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November 2015 Archives

Facing a first DUI charge? What happens now is critical

Most Utah residents would agree that no one likes to see the flashing lights of a police cruiser in their rear view mirror. Being pulled over by police often means an expensive traffic citation and points on your license. In some cases, it can mean much more. You could be facing a first DUI charge if the officer suspects that you are driving under the influence.

A fresh set of eyes might save a questionable divorce settlement

As a Utah couple's marriage ends, the parties may simply want the matter to be closed as soon as possible. That desire can result in one or both parties being dissatisfied with the divorce settlement. By taking a step back and taking the opportunity to ensure that the settlement is fair, at least one of the parties' futures could be brighter.

DUI suspected in parking lot crash that injured pedestrian

Video in the parking lot of a Sam's Club here in Utah captured a vehicle striking a pedestrian. The driver attempted to leave the scene, but was prevented by other people in the parking lot. As police conducted their investigation into the accident, they began to suspect the driver of DUI.

The effect of social media on a Utah divorce

In recent years, social media sites have become part of our every day lives. People enjoy sharing their lives and keeping up with the lives of their friends and family regardless of how far apart they may be. Because of the widespread use of these social media sites, it should be no surprise to Utah residents that evidence from them is quickly becoming part of divorce proceedings across the country.

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