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September 2013 Archives

Utah fire captain accused of DUI after having accident

When an accident occurs, it is the responsibility of the police to determine how the accident occurred and who is at fault. Many factors contribute to accidents such as speed, distracted drivers and even drunk driving. Once police determine who is at fault in an accident, charges such as reckless driver or DUI may be filed against the party found to be responsible.

Utah man pleads guilty to DUI and other charges in accident

On May 23, 2012, several young people were talking in the parking lot of a Utah Walmart. Seemingly out of nowhere, an RV raced toward them, killing a 16-year-old. Recently, the driver of that RV pleaded guilty to DUI and other charges in connection with the incident.

Utah divorce: what to do with retirement accounts

With all of the property division issues that take place in the divorce process, many Utah couples can inadvertently forget about retirement accounts. After all, they are for the future, and this is happening in the here and now. These assets also need to be dealt with in the divorce settlement, especially if the account or accounts are to be split.

Utah divorce: Family has been in court for a decade

Utah readers may be surprised to know that even the judge presiding over the case can't seem to get this couple to get along long enough to finalize the leftover issues from their divorce. It has now been nearly 10 years since the divorce was filed, and the parties are still battling. The major point of contention has to do with child visitation.

Utah woman run down in DUI car accident

A Utah man had been drinking at a party he attended in the nighttime hours of Saturday, Aug. 24 and the early morning hours of Sunday, Aug. 25. While still at the party, the man was given a citation for disorderly conduct and being intoxicated. He was not charged with DUI since he was not driving at the time. A friend drove him home, but the man somehow ended up behind the wheel of a vehicle and ended up killing a woman in a car accident.

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