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Does a Suspended License Stay on Your Record in Utah?

If your driver’s license has been suspended, you know that it’s not only frustrating, but it can manifest as other consequences in your life. Luckily, there is help available to you. Darwin Overson, a Salt Lake City license suspension lawyer, is available...

Understanding Pretrial Criminal Protection Orders in Utah

A pretrial criminal protection order is a written order during a domestic violence case that specifies and limits the contact a person who has been charged with a domestic violence offense may have with you or other specified individuals. If you have received a...

Can a Man Marry Two Wives Legally in Utah?

The widespread exposure of the reality show “Sister Wives” brought to the fore the complicated constitutional issues surrounding polygamy. The dilemmas the sister wives faced since only one marriage is legally recognized presented complications at many...

Can You Move Out of the State of Utah While on Probation or Parole?

The short answer to this question is that it depends on your unique circumstances. In most cases, it is not possible to move out of Utah while on parole or probation. If you wish to move to another state, you must submit your request to your parole or probation...

How Do Search Warrants Work in Utah?

Search warrants serve as a constitutional guarantee against abusive and unethical police practices in conducting criminal investigations—specifically, with respect to searches and seizures. Search warrants are usually necessary when police officers need access...
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