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Posted On Jan, 13, 2018
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Salt Lake City man, Harley Gregory Welsh, is going to be very familiar with the inside of the state’s court rooms after allegedly racking up an astonishing 8 felony charges during just 10 days in December. Welsh’s spree goes even further, however, as he’s facing more than one dozen charges in total. When Harley Gregory … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Dec, 29, 2017
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Nobody wants to end up behind bars during the holidays. But here’s the thing: you never know how Christmas or New Year’s Eve is going play out for you. After all, the holiday season bustles with DUI arrests like no other time of year. But how do you handle an arrest during the holidays? Fact: … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Dec, 08, 2017
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Tensions between police officers and many in the African American community have rarely been worse. Whether it is racial profiling or shootings and beatings caught on camera, the rising amount of incidents involving law enforcement and black motorists have given rise to movements such as Black Lives Matter and other protest groups. One of the … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Nov, 18, 2017
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Few men in Hollywood command more power than Harvey Weinstein. The movie producer had the reputation for making and breaking careers. But now Weinstein’s career and future are hanging in the balance. Several women, including actresses Naomi Judd and Rose McGowan, have come forward with allegations of sexual assault and rape. Although the growing number … CONTINUE READING

Posted On Oct, 14, 2017
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A man with a substantial criminal history was recently accused of killing a fellow inmate in Utah. He may face the death penalty, according to prosecutors. Death penalty is strictly determined by the jury in Utah and the decision must be unanimous. Aggravated murder is the only crime subject to this penalty. Contact a Farmington … CONTINUE READING