Conviction Integrity Unit Created in Utah County to investigate Wrongful Convictions
Posted at 8:02 PM, Mar 17, 2021
and last updated 8:02 PM, Mar 17, 2021
UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The Utah County Attorney’s office is starting a system to investigate convictions where someone might have been innocent.
Called the Conviction Integrity Unit, It consists of nine people of different backgrounds including attorneys, a judge, police chief, and other experts in various fields.
The 9 members of the board announced today are Geidy Achecar, Craig Carlile, Brett Tolman, Tanner Ainge, Dr. LaShawn Williams, LCSW, Anthony Schofield, Anne Marie Taliaferro, Chief Andrew Burton, and Stirling Adams.