Until I came to law school I never realized that the first Monday in October was any different than other Mondays–October or otherwise. But, I quickly learned that the first Monday in October means that the Supreme Court is back in session. That means today marks the start of the 2012 term. For news and […]
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- 10th Circuit holds defendant’s failure to file reply brief allows government to meet speedy trial deadline.
- 10th Circuit holds government ignorance of proper procedure to move to reduce sentence cannot overcome lack of jurisdiction and revives suit for wrongful maligning of fired municipal employee.
- Utah Supreme Court upholds changes to initiative process; adopts pleading rule for breach of contract cases; issues two other decisions.
- Utah Court of Appeals adopts standard for affidavits in actual innocence cases and issues eight other decisions