A new evidence-based tool called the Public Safety Assessment gives Utah judges more information about a criminal defendant’s past. Officials say it will mean better bail decisions, including more low-risk defendants being bailed out rather than staying in jail.
Police say the man talked on social media with what he thought was a 13-year-old girl from June 1 through June 28, according to a probable cause statement.
Local law enforcement was contacted by the National Guard’s Criminal Investigation Command regarding a former guardsman who was found with child porn on April 5 while stationed in Fort Carson, Colorado.
The lawsuit — which was filed Thursday in Farmington’s 2nd District Court — states that a Weber County woman became infected with the virus while she was admitted to the Layton hospital on Oct. 3, 2011.
A South Willard man with a prior sex crime conviction when he was a juvenile was given a prison sentence Wednesday for sexually assaulting a girl in 2016.
Davis County wants a 2nd District Court judge to dismiss a $1 million lawsuit filed by a former sheriff’s deputy.
A British Colombia Supreme Court judge has imposed conditional sentences on two men who belong to a breakaway Mormon sect after convicting them of polygamy, sparing them jail time
Children of a Colorado motorcyclist, Edgar Riecke, 69, have settled out of court with the Boy Scouts, the LDS Church, two teen Scouts and five Scout leaders. The family filed suit after Scouts chopped down a tree next to a highway and it killed the motorcyclist.
American General Life Insurance says Vincent Farrand’s death amounted to “suicide by cop,” so it is asking a federal judge to justify denying the claim by his wife.