Juvenile Courts are civil courts, not criminal courts. The juvenile justice system is meant to rehabilitate rather than punish those within its jurisdiction.
Theft or larceny is defined as the taking of personal property without obtaining the prior consent of the owner–with the intent of permanently depriving the owner of the value of the property that has been taken or stolen.
In Utah, fraud is defined as the intentional use of deceit, trickery, or another dishonest means, in order to deprive a person or entity of money, property, or a legal right.
Utah’s impaired-driving law is pretty straightforward. The DUI laws that govern driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs are the same in all cities across the state of Utah including Cedar City, Beaver, Parowan, Paragonah, Panguitch, St. George, Brian Head, Hurricane, and Kanab. Any individual found to be operating a vehicle with a Blood Alcohol…
When a law enforcement officer is pulling you over, your first move is to get to the side of the road as soon as it’s safe to do so. Keep in mind that the officer may understandably be wary of you while approaching the car. Not all drivers are as courteous as you, so do your best to let the officer know you’re ready, willing, and able to cooperate.