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July 2013 Archives

Utah man under investigation for alleged DUI on an ATV

Anyone accused of drunk driving faces potentially serious consequences. However, when the DUI involves innocent children, it may make having a solid criminal defense against the charges that much more critical. The Utah County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a man whom they say was drunk when he crashed his ATV with a 4-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl aboard. All three were injured in the accident.

Utah couples can experience complex divorce, like Michael Moore

Utah readers likely know that any marriage can sustain a breakdown, including those of celebrities and other well-known individuals. After 21 years of marriage, well-known documentary filmmaker Michael Moore and his wife Kathleen have announced that they have filed for divorce. According to a recent report, the couple has stated that their marriage has broken down without the likelihood of being preserved.

More Utah divorce cases may be caused by cheating wives

While there are many reasons for couples to seek a divorce, infidelity is one that often results in strong emotions and acrimonious proceedings. Traditionally, men have always been more likely to pursue extramarital affairs, but women are now beginning to gain on men when it comes to cheating. This is because women in Utah and across the country are more financially independent and less concerned about the financial consequences of divorce if they are caught cheating.

Court agrees with man being awarded alimony in divorce

There are many women in Utah that make more money than their husbands. Some national estimates indicate that as many as 37 percent of women make more money than their spouse. However, there is still an assumption that it is the woman who receives alimony or spousal support when a couple gets a divorce.

Man appeals DUI conviction, saying he wasn't drunk

Utah residents may not have heard about the appeal of a man convicted of DUI in a vehicle that arguably wasn't drivable. In the early morning hours of Dec. 12, 2010, police were notified of a broken-down vehicle sitting in the outside lane of traffic on an interstate in the northeastern part of the country. When a police officer arrived, he found a man behind the wheel of the car. The man was arrested for DUI and later convicted. He appealed his conviction stating that he was not really drunk driving since the car was not in motion.

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