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December 2016 Archives

You could be charged with DUI even if you are not impaired

Few Utah residents would argue with the necessity of keeping impaired drivers off the roads. However, here in Utah, the legislature might have taken this need a bit too far. You might not be aware of the fact that you could be charged with DUI even if you are not impaired.

Utah is ahead of the curve in serving divorce papers online

When most Utah residents think of being served in a lawsuit, they think of the process server coming to the door, handing over papers and letting the person who answered the door know that he or she was served. As technologies improved, however, more courts began allowing electronic service as an alternate method. This applies to serving divorce papers as well.

Has Facebook changed the face of divorce?

People are connected today in a way that has never before been seen. Social media sites like Facebook allow Utah residents to remain in touch with friends and family that they would otherwise not be able to share their lives with in another way. The downside is that Facebook seems to have also changed the face of divorce -- both being blamed for the demise of marriages and for providing evidence that would otherwise only be gathered through investigation.

Why focus on the traffic stop when you're facing charges for DUI?

When you come into contact with law enforcement officials here in Utah or anywhere else in the country, you have certain constitutional rights that govern their contact with you. If those rights are violated, any evidence gathered from that point forward might not be admissible in court. This is why reviewing the circumstances surrounding the initial traffic stop when you are facing charges for DUI is so important.

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