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My client was charged with a nonexistent crime.

Yesterday, Midvale charged my client with a nonexistent crime. It formally charged my client with “refusing to submit to a chemical test.” The problem is, that’s not a crime. In Utah, if you refuse a chemical test (breathalyzer, blood, or urine test—NOT Field Sobriety Tests, you can refuse those) the Driver’s License Division can suspend […]

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