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January 2014 Archives

Utah man arrested for DUI and death of toddler in car crash

Police say that calls began coming in to 911 about a reckless driver just moments before a pickup truck slammed into the back of an SUV, causing a chain reaction accident that ultimately involved five vehicles, killed a three-year-old boy and seriously injured two others. Witnesses claim that the driver of the pickup truck exited his vehicle after the crash and tried to blend in with the crowd. Someone grabbed the Utah man believed to be driving the vehicle and held onto him until police could arrive and arrest the man for DUI and vehicular homicide.

Utah driver pleads guilty to DUI vehicular homicide

Back on Sept. 4, 2013, we brought you the story of a woman killed by an alleged drunk driver ("Utah woman run down in DUI car accident"). The driver that authorities believed was responsible for her death recently pleaded guilty to DUI vehicular homicide, which is a second-degree felony. As part of a plea bargain brokered with prosecutors, the remaining charges against him were dropped.

Getting past preconceived notions about a Utah divorce

Numerous stigmas still surround the concept of divorce. Utah residents have preconceived notions about both the divorce process and people who end their marriages. Many of these notions are untrue, and getting past them can help both parties look at divorce in a different light.

Dealing with financial intimidation in a Utah divorce

Without a doubt, emotions tend to run high in a divorce. One spouse may even begin to try to intimidate the other when it comes to finances. Threats that one spouse will be left with nothing and will be homeless after the divorce may be used to instill fear of the divorce process.

No need to be confused during the Utah divorce process

Any divorced Utah couple can attest to the fact that ending their marriages changed nearly every aspect of their lives. Many people feel lost and unsure of where to turn when they decide to divorce. Still other people either do not know what questions to ask or feel uneasy asking what they may feel is an irrelevant question.

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