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Prosecutor moves to dismiss all charges against former Utah AG Mark Shurtleff

SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors are seeking to drop the corruption case against former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff.

In a motion filed in Salt Lake City’s 3rd District Court, Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings asked for the entire case to be dismissed, citing a number of reasons, including a cooperation agreement, recent U.S. 517 more words

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Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow's case could be dismissed over emails

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow asked a judge to dismiss the corruption case against him, arguing prosecutors and investigators violated his rights by reading thousands of emails between he and his criminal defense lawyers. 415 more words

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Swallow accuses police of violating his rights by reading his emails

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow wants the corruption case against him dismissed, accusing police investigators of violating his attorney-client privilege rights by reading his emails. 169 more words

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Shurtleff asks judge to toss criminal case against him

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is urging a judge to toss the corruption case against him, accusing investigators and prosecutors of withholding evidence and letting his case languish in the court system for years. 663 more words

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May 5, 1916

Four officers from the Sherwood Foresters were reported killed, and many more injured, according to a brief statement from the War Office, published in the Ashbourne Telegraph on May 5, 1916. 913 more words

Jeremy Johnson could face up to 33 years in prison, feds say

SALT LAKE CITY — In a new court filing, federal prosecutors said a judge couldĀ sentence Jeremy Johnson to as much as 33 years in prison. 279 more words

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Swallow wants the case against him dismissed

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow returned to court on Tuesday, demanding that prosecutors hand over terabytes of information seized by law enforcement. 389 more words

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