Salt Lake City Corp. v. Haik; Northern Monticello Alliance LLC v. San Juan County; State v. Rogers; Cougar Canyon v. Cypress Fund; Salt Lake County v. State of Utah; ACLU of Utah v. State; Ipsen v. Diamond Tree Experts presented by The Appellate Group
CONSTITUTIONAL Salt Lake City Corp. v. Haik, 2020 UT 29 (Durrant, C.J.) A Trust owned a piece of land in the Albion Basin, a part of unincorporated Salt Lake County. The Trust sought to develop the land, but, even though the land was located within the water-service area of Salt Lake City (City),
Taylorsville City v. Mitchell; State v. Florez; State v. Newton; Volk v. Vecchi; Jones v. Mackey Price Thompson presented by The Appellate Group
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Taylorsville City v. Mitchell, 2020 UT 26 (Lee, A.C.J.) The appellant was convicted of three class B misdemeanors in justice court. He appealed his convictions by invoking his statutory right to “a hearing de novo in the district court.” In the district court, appellant was acquitted of one misdemeanor and
Koehler v. Allen; Gold’s Gym International v. Chamberlain; State v. Blackwing; State v. Law; State v. Percival; Taylor v. University of Utah; Harrison v. SPAH Family Ltd.; CochegrusSRB Investment Co. v. Orson presented by The Appellate Group
CIVIL STALKING Koehler v. Allen, 2020 UT App 73 (Hagen, J.) A woman sought a civil stalking injunction against a man in 2016. The injunction stated that it lasted three years and could only be changed by the court. The man’s attorney erroneously told him that the injunction had been dismissed, but
State v. Gallegos; State v. Martinez; State v. Nunes; In re Estate of John Clifford Heater presented by The Appellate Group
CRIMINAL State v. Gallegos, 2020 UT 19 (Pearce, J.) One night, a group of men attacked the victim. One of the men stabbed the victim several times. Several eyewitnesses saw the attack and identified the defendant as the stabber. The State charged the defendant with attempted murder. The defendant had several attorneys.