Justice and Due Process
Utahns win with the new government accountability bill passed just this year.
Utahns aren't able to fully utilize there property due to local government regulations—SB 107 seeks to change that.
Providing automatic expungements for people with low level criminal history will affect thousands of Utahn’s lives for generations to come.
If you don't have a spot for a front license plate, watch out! You might just get ticketed.
The standard for conducting a roadside stop should be raised to prevent unintended biases in policing.
First-time DUI offenders guilty of the new .05 BAC law should be given a lighter punishment as a second chance.
Local governments have tremendous power over residents property, and it need not go unchecked.
Utah legislature has began to sift through unnecessary laws in order to address overcrowding jails.
When it comes to data, little is known about pre-trial trends in Utah—but when people are being incarcerated without being convicted, we need transparency to see what's happening.
Here lie the five pieces of legislation that, sadly, never made it out of the House and Senate alive.