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Jury finds Marc Jenson not guilty in communications fraud, money laundering trial

SALT LAKE CITY — A jury found Marc Sessions Jenson not guilty of money laundering and communications fraud Friday in a case stemming from a failed real estate project in Central Utah, and Jenson has maintained that former Utah Attorneys General had targeted him for charges after he refused to provide money and favors. 199 more words

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Fraud trial begins for Jensons, who accuse two former Utah Attorneys General of a shakedown

SALT LAKE CITY – Wednesday marks the beginning of a jury-trial for two men who are accused of scamming multiple investors out of millions of dollars in a failed real estate project in central Utah. 328 more words

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New Utah AG outlines his priorities

SALT LAKE CITY — Sean Reyes is settling into his first elected term as Utah Attorney General, outlining his priorities for the next two years. 657 more words

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Shurtleff, Swallow fight subpoenas to testify in fraud case

SALT LAKE CITY — Lawyers for former Utah attorneys general John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff are fighting subpoenas seeking to force the men to testify in a fraud trial starting next week. 260 more words

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Reyes sworn in as Utah Attorney General

SALT LAKE CITY — Sean Reyes was sworn in as Utah Attorney General at the state capitol Monday morning.

Reyes is Utah’s 21st attorney general and he is reportedly the first ethnic minority to win a statewide election. 96 more words

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Prosecutor drops racketeering charge against Mark Shurtleff

SALT LAKE CITY – Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings has dropped a racketeering charge against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff.

In a filing in 3rd District Court on Wednesday, Rawlings said he is dismissing it without prejudice — meaning it can be refiled. 115 more words

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Shurtleff, Swallow case heard in court

SALT LAKE CITY — Over the course of five minutes of court time, the attorney for former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff objected to the prosecution’s words three times and presented an argument against the method and substance of the case against his client. 231 more words

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