A new law, which passed nearly unanimously, gives defendants of low-level offenses the opportunity to do community service instead of paying a fine to the government.
Policymakers need to have a frank discussion as to whether the judicial review process is truly sufficient to protect our rights.
A new law, proposed by Libertas Institute, prohibits police agencies from using quotas. Here's why we did it.
This new law prevents the government from crushing you under a mountain of late fees and interest if you don't pay a fine you owe.
A new law stands to benefit over 8,000 Utahns each year, whose driver licenses will no longer be suspended for violating a drug law that has nothing to do with operating a vehicle.
Prosecutors who possess a tremendous amount of authority should be subjected to accountability for wrongdoing.
Justice and Due Process
Are Utah jails proactively trying to prevent inmate deaths? No one truly knows.
Peace officers should have the discretion to do their jobs without being compelled to arrest or ticket a certain number of Utahns daily.
After years of effort, Ogden has finally relaxed its ban on backyard chickens—albeit with significant restrictions and burdens.
Will the government come after your house next in the name of the "public good?"