UTAH COUNTY, Utah — The Utah County Attorney’s office is starting a system to investigate convictions where someone might have been innocent.Called the ConvictiContinue reading →
February 24th 2017Not guilty » Sentenced to prison in 2015, Truman had maintained that he didn’t kill his wife and won a new trial over evidential errors.Continue reading →
February 24th 2017PROVO — An Orem man once convicted of murdering his wife in 2012 was exonerated Friday by a new jury after the case went to trial for a secondContinue reading →
February 24, 2017 Hugs were exchanged and tears were shed on both sides as Conrad Truman, previously convicted of murder in the death of his wife, was found notContinue reading →
February 24th 2017PROVO, Utah -- A Utah County man has been found not-guilty of murdering his wife. Conrad Truman was originally convicted of first degree murdeContinue reading →
February 24, 2017PROVO — An Orem man once convicted of murdering his wife in 2012 was exonerated Friday by a new jury after the case went to trial for a secondContinue reading →
December 22, 2016News story by Fox 13 KSTU featuring attorney James Bradshaw about FLDS Church member accused of food stamp fraud in federal court being releaseContinue reading →
September 30th 2016The two-day hearing on the defense’s motion to dismiss the criminal conspiracy and money laundering charges will take place in Salt Lake CityContinue reading →
September 20th 2016SALT LAKE CITY — A member of the Fundamentalist LDS Church accused of food stamp fraud is insisting he has “sincere religious beliefs” proteContinue reading →
September 14th 2016Attorneys for an Orem man, who will face trial for the second time in the 2012 shooting death of his wife, have asked the Utah Supreme CourtContinue reading →
August 15th 2016An Orem man found guilty in October 2014 of murdering his wife was in court Monday afternoon for the first hearing after his conviction was throContinue reading →
(KUTV) Conrad Truman, who was convicted of killing his wife Heidy in their Orem home in 2012, petitioned the judge for a new trial, saying the jury was given faContinue reading →
PROVO — Attorneys for an Orem man serving up to life in prison for murdering his wife have called for a new trial, leveling serious allegations that investigatoContinue reading →
Aug 26, 2015In today’s legal system, a motion for new trial is typical in a murder case. Now, nearly three years after an Orem woman’s murder, her imprisoned hContinue reading →
irst Published Aug 26, 2015 • Last Updated Aug 23, 2016Nearly three years after an Orem woman's murder, a state medical examiner now says the 25-year-old's deaContinue reading →
July/August 2013 In the May/June issue of the Utah Bar Journal, the Honorable Judge Paul C. Farr authored an article in the “Views from the Bench” section entitContinue reading →
Aug. 8, 2012 SALT LAKE CITY — Arturo Tenorio was like a father to the two women he inappropriately touched while "counseling" them on their marriage problems, tContinue reading →
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