Recent Press

Who punishes a prosecutor? In Utah, probably no one.

Salt Lake Tribune - June 5 2017

Instances of prosecutorial misconduct are being discovered across the nation, but few attorneys are ever disciplined.

Feds drop case against FLDS member accused of food stamp fraud.

Fox 13 Salt Lake City - January 6, 2017

Federal prosecutors have dismissed an indictment filed against a member of the Fundamentalist LDS Church charged in a massive food stamp fraud case.

Utah prosecutor reprimanded after witness mix-up in aggravated assault trial

Salt Lake Tribune - March 10, 2016

A former Davis County prosecutor was publicly reprimanded recently by the Utah State Bar for his conduct in a 2012 aggravated assault trial.

Federal charge dismissed — again — against ICE agent accused of excessive force

Salt Lake Tribune - January 26, 2016

The criminal case filed against a Utah immigration agent accused of using excessive force on an inmate has been dismissed again.

Judge tosses case against ICE agent accused of using unreasonable force

Deseret News Utah - July 10, 2015

A federal judge has thrown out charges against an agent accused of using unreasonable force with a man in custody for immigration violations.

Jury finds Roman not guilty of murdering Deputy Fox.

Fox 13 Salt Lake City - August 18, 2012

A jury found Roberto Roman not guilty of aggravated murder in the 2010 death of Millard County Sheriff's Deputy Josie Greathouse Fox.

Man: Federal deputy killing case unconstitutional

Associated Press - May 1, 2014

A Utah man acquitted in state court of fatally shooting a sheriff's deputy should not have to stand trial for federal charges related to the same crime, his attorneys argued in court filings this week.