This week at the AG’s Office: an attorney becomes a judge, ICAC takes down another bad guy, homes get safer by clearing out prescription drugs, and much more. Here’s a quick list.
ICAC Protects Your Children
The ICAC Task Force serves a warrant against a man who had over 1,000 files of child porn on his laptop. He was charged with 10 felonies and is off the streets.
AG Reyes Comments on POTUS Executive Order
Attorney General Reyes reacted to the executive order that prohibited the separation of children from families at the border.
Utah Receives $35 Million in Volkswagen Settlement
After years of work and negotiations, Utah receives restitution from Volkswagen.
Assistant AG Scott Davis Appointed as Judge by Governor Herbert
One of our own steps into a new chapter of service to the state, as a judge. We are proud to be a part of this story and legacy.
Walgreens & Regence Utah Partner to Provide Rx Drug Take Back Boxes
Eight new Take Back boxes are available at various Walgreens across the state, thanks to a partnership between Regence Utah and Walgreens. Click the link for video in information from this week’s announcement.
Yale University Child Study Center Trains Utah Children Justice Center Clinicians
A trainer from the Yale Child Study Center spent two days in Utah training Children’s Justice Centers clinicians on a new, highly effective treatment program for children and families.
Utah Helps Keep the Federal Government Accountable
In the Lucia v. Securities and Exchange Commission decision, the U.S. Supreme Court saw things Utah’s way.
Utah AG Office Issues Opioid Litigation RFP
In the ongoing effort to hold manufacturers and distributors of opioids accountable, the AG issued a Request for Proposals seeking qualified law firms to help represent the state of Utah.
Utah CJCs & the LDS Church Partner to Protect Children
For the fourth year in a row, the LDS Church donates a large gift to the Utah Children’s Justice Center program to help abused children get the treatment and justice they need.
It was a busy week, but not at all atypical for the office. Thanks for paying attention.
Did you know?
The Utah Attorney General’s Office employs over 500 people across the state including:
- Law Enforcement Agents
- Legal Secretaries
- Victim Advocates
- Support Staff
- IT Technicians
- Law Clerks & Interns