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May 2015 Archives

New child custody law passes in Utah

Keeping in line with traditional thinking and, what some would say, are outdated laws, courts have predominantly awarded custody of a couple's children to one parent -- the mother in the majority of cases. However, a significant amount of research done in recent years shows that children tend to do better when the parents share custody. This belief is behind a new child custody law that was recently passed in Utah that encourages the courts to award shared custody to divorcing or separating parents.

Utah man sentenced in DUI-related crash that killed 3

Driving under the influence of alcohol can result in an individual making bad choices. When the alcohol is coupled with drugs, a driver's capacity to think clearly is even further degraded. A Utah man arguably made the wrong choices on the day that he caused a DUI-related crash that killed three people -- his girlfriend and two of his younger relatives.

Facebook is being blamed for numerous divorce filings

Most Utah residents would agree that Facebook brings people together in a way that nothing else can. On the other hand, data indicates that it is also separating people as well. The number of divorce filings blamed on Facebook and other popular social media sites is currently one out of seven and could increase. 

Police suspect driving under the influence of alcohol in crash

Sometime after 7:21 p.m., police were called to the scene of an accident. When they arrived, it was discovered that a minivan and a passenger car were involved in a head-on collision. The Utah driver of the car is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol.

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