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Swallow wants charges tossed, claims prosecutors lost a taped interview with a key witness

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow’s defense lawyers want some of the criminal charges against him dismissed, arguing in a new court filing that prosecutors lost a taped interview with a key witness. 297 more words

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Witness and suspect dies, but case against John Swallow still on for now

SALT LAKE CITY — The man often called former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff’s “political fixer” died at the Utah Valley Medical Center at the age of 51. 285 more words

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Ex-Utah AG John Swallow gets new trial date, but he still wants case dismissed

SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah Attorney General John Swallow¬†got a new trial date after a judge refused to dismiss the criminal case against him. 299 more words

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Judge won't dismiss criminal case against ex-Utah AG John Swallow

SALT LAKE CITY — A judge will not dismiss the criminal case against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow over accusations that prosecutors and investigators collected¬†privileged emails between he and his lawyers. 164 more words

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Jeremy Johnson settles FTC case, plans appeal of conviction

SALT LAKE CITY — The man who launched the political corruption investigations into two of Utah’s former attorneys general has settled another case against him. 336 more words

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Swallow scandal figure Jeremy Johnson sentenced in fraud case

SALT LAKE CITY — The man at the center of the biggest political scandal in Utah history has been sentenced to federal prison in connection with a white collar fraud scheme. 658 more words

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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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