Citing nurse's arrest, lawmaker drafting bill to clarify when a blood draw is lawful
A state lawmaker is seeking to clarify Utah law as it pertains to circumstances in which a police officer may or may not obtain a blood draw.
Indicted ex-UTA board member wants judge, not jury, to decide his fate
A former Utah Transit Authority board member who allegedly misrepresented more than $1 million on a commuter rail land deal wants a judge — not a jury — to decide his fate.
Bail risk assessments raise concerns among lawmakers, bondsmen
Recent challenges to New Jersey's bail bonds laws have been a key issue for Utah lawmakers as they consider bail reforms to the state court system.