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During second murder trial, jurors find Utah man not guilty of killing his wife

February 24th 2017

Not guilty » Sentenced to prison in 2015, Truman had maintained that he didn’t kill his wife and won a new trial over evidential errors.

Conrad Truman Not Guilty

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New jury acquits Orem man of murdering his wife

February 24th 2017

PROVO — 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 second time.

Conrad Truman Acquitted

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Conrad Truman acquitted in second murder trial

February 24th 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 not guilty by a jury Friday afternoon.

Conrad Truman Acquitted

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Conrad Truman, accused of murdering his wife in 2012, acquitted in second trial

February 24th 2017

PROVO, Utah -- A Utah County man has been found not-guilty of murdering his wife. Conrad Truman was originally convicted of first degree murder in 2014, but the initial verdict was thrown out after an appeal.

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Jury Acquits Conrad Truman Of Murdering His Wife In Second Trial

February 24th 2017

Orem man was convicted and sentenced back in 2014; now walks free

Conrad Truman Not Guilty

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Jury reaches not guilty verdict in Conrad Truman murder case

February 24th 2017

(KUTV) A jury reached a not guilty verdict in the Conrad Truman murder case Friday afternoon in Utah County.

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New jury acquits Conrad Truman of murdering his wife

February 24, 2017

PROVO — 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 second time.

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FLDS member pleads guilty, gets released from jail

December 22, 2016

News story by Fox 13 KSTU featuring attorney James Bradshaw about FLDS Church member accused of food stamp fraud in federal court being released from jail.

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Tuesday SNAP Fraud Hearing to Focus on Dismissal Motion

September 30th 2016

The two-day hearing on the defense’s motion to dismiss the criminal conspiracy and money laundering charges will take place in Salt Lake City’s federal court in response to a request by the attorney for Lyle Steed Jeffs in July.

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FLDS Member Insists Religious Beliefs are ‘Sincere’ in Food Stamp Fraud Case

September 20th 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — A member of the Fundamentalist LDS Church accused of food stamp fraud is insisting he has “sincere religious beliefs” protected under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Man Accused of Killing Wife asks Utah Supreme Court to Review Judges Refusal to Lower Bail

September 14th 2016

Attorneys 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 Court to decide if a judge erred by refusing to lower his bail.

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New Trial set for Orem man Charged with Murdering Wife

August 15th 2016

An Orem man found guilty in October 2014 of murdering his wife was in court Monday afternoon for the first hearing after his conviction was thrown out.

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Man convicted of killing wife wants new trial, out of prison

August 27th 2015

(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 false information.

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Attorneys for man convicted of murdering his wife say new evidence shows client’s innocence

August 26, 2015

OREM, Utah -- An Orem man convicted of killing his wife believes new evidence will show he is innocent. Attorneys for Conrad Truman, 33, requested he receive a new trial and be released from prison based, in part, on a new analysis from a deputy state medical examiner.

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Orem man wants new trial, citing misconduct from prosecutors, investigators

August 26th, 2015

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 investigators and prosecutors manipulated evidence, altered reports and misled jurors.

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Claims against prosecution and Orem police filed by attorneys for man convicted of murder

Aug 26, 2015

In 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 husband — the man found by a jury to be guilty of the crime — is appealing his case.

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Convicted Utah killer claims police, prosecutors lied to medical examiner

First Published Aug 26, 2015 • Last Updated Aug 23, 2016

Nearly three years after an Orem woman's murder, a state medical examiner now says the 25-year-old's death from a single gunshot wound may not have been the result of a homicide — a crime that sent her husband to prison.

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Spenser Heaps | File photo Conrad Truman prepares to leave the courtroom for transport to the Utah State Prison following his sentencing at 4th District Court in Provo in Feb.

Respectfully, Judge, We Disagree

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 entitled, “Motions to Suppress: Understanding Burdens” wherein advice was offered to defense attorneys in both filing and arguing motions to suppress in criminal cases. Judge Paul C. Farr, Motions to Suppress: Understanding Burdens, 3 Utah Bar Journal 12 (2013). Judge Farr’s observations are well reasoned and shared by many other courts. He is to be commended for voicing his position on these issues. However, there is another perspective that we believe must be presented.

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2 women say 'counselor' used Mormon ties to gain trust before abusing them

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, they testified Wednesday. Both of the man's alleged victims took the stand Wednesday on the first day of Tenorio's trial in 3rd District Court.

Read the full article on the Desert News >>

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