08, Dec 2013 - Farmington, UT Statements by Utah teen accused of killing brothers suppressed
Farmington • A juvenile court judge on Thursday ruled that police violated Miranda rights of a West Point teen accused of stabbing his two adopted brother. Consequently, 2nd District Juvenile Judge Janice Frost said that statements the 15-year-old boy made at the Davis County Sheriff’s Office interrogation room will be suppressed and not used against him. The boy is accused of committing the ...
08, Dec 2013 - Farmington, UT Rights of Teen Accused in Brothers Deaths Violated
FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) â A judge has ruled that statements made by a 15-year-old Utah boy charged in the deaths of his younger brothers will not be allowed in court because detectives violated the teen's Miranda rights. Juvenile court judge Janice Frost said Thursday the comments made by the boy in the Davis County interrogation room after his brothers were found cannot be used in the case. ...
08, Dec 2013 - Davis, UT Utah woman charged with faking nursing credentials
A Davis County woman allegedly faked her nursing credentials to get work. The 27-year-old Clinton woman has been charged in 2nd District Court in Farmington with four counts of forgery and two counts of unlawful occupational or professional conduct. All of the charges are third-degree felonies carrying a potential five-year prison sentence, except for one of the conduct charges, which is a ...
04, Dec 2013 - Salt Lake City, UT Doctors group to sue over Davis oil refinery expansion
SALT LAKE CITY -- Another Utah refinery has received approval for a major expansion in a heavily populated corridor struggling to achieve federal air-quality standards, and a doctors' group pushing Utah to crack down harder on polluters says it will try to block Holly Refining & Marketing Co. in court. read more