Park City Utah DUI Attorney After Hours

Driving under the influence of alcohol is considered a serious offense, and Utah has some of the most severe DWI/ DUI penalties in the country. Even first time offenders may face stiff penalties, including: Possible jail sentence License suspension Fines Felony Conviction and Prison Sentence (for repeat offenders) A drunk driving conviction can also result

Moab Utah Criminal Defense Attorney

Utah Drug Crime Attorney  A conviction on drug charges carries possible prison time and long-term adverse consequences. In addition to lengthy incarceration and fines, defendants may face asset forfeiture if the government can tie those assets to criminal activity. Possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia Possession of cocaine, meth, heroin, hash, ecstasy and other controlled substances

‘It’s miraculous’: Stowaway, 16, survives flying more than 5 hours in freezing temperatures in WHEEL WELL of plane

A 16-year-old stowaway has miraculously survived flying halfway across the Pacific in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii – despite temperatures of -81F (-62C) at 38,000 feet. The teen was discovered on the tarmac at the Maui airport on Sunday carrying no ID or belongings – apart from a comb –

Kicked in the head by a train

Texas Seizes Polygamist Warren Jeffs’ Ranch

ELDORADO, Texas — The secluded Texas ranch where followers of imprisoned polygamist Warren Jeffs lived in near isolation was seized by state agents on Thursday, nearly six years after FBI agents raided the property and removed hundreds of children amid child sex abuse allegations. The Texas Department of Public Safety said its agents took possession

Teen ordered to stand trial for aggravated murder in death of deputy

PROVO — Meagan Grunwald, 17, was ordered Thursday to stand trial for aggravated murder and 11 other charges in the death of Utah County Sheriff’s Sgt. Cory Wride. Fourth District Judge Darold McDade’s decision after a day and a half of testimony came as no surprise based on the low burden of proof prosecutors are

Judge halts Davis County’s ‘pay for stay’ program

DAVIS COUNTY (AP) — A Utah judge this week ordered the Davis County Sheriff’s office to stop taking money from the personal accounts of inmates to pay for lodging and medical expenses in a practice known as “pay for stay.” Judge Michael Allphin addressed the issue in court Monday during the sentencing of a 20-year-old

Former sex crimes officer charged with exploitation of minor

Jeremy Rose, 37, an officer with the department for 12 years who was a sex abuse investigator and trained with SWAT, was charged with nine counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, a second-degree felony; two counts of voyeurism, a third-degree felony; and other charges. Rose is accused of setting up fake email accounts from