Utah Cops Seize Half Million Dollars and Start Court Battle

Utah Cops Seize Half Million Dollars and Start Court Battle

On November 27, 2016, Kyle Savely was driving westbound on Interstate 80 when a Utah Highway Patrol officer pulled him over. The officer said that Savely was following too close to another vehicle. When Savely refused to give permission for his car to search his car, a drug dog was called to the scene. Despite the fact that no contraband or drugs were located in the car, but the dog alerted on a bag of 52 stacks of money totaling $500,000.…

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The Basics of Premises Liability

The Basics of Premises Liability

The law behind premises liability deals with assigning legal responsibility to landowners. Specifically, it determines whether a landowner is liable for injuries suffered on the land. Landowner liability differs from state to state. However, there are some general principles that are shared by all jurisdictions.…

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Employee Privacy in the Modern Age

Employee Privacy in the Modern Age

Most states provide some form of employee privacy rights. However, how these rights apply largely depend on what information or actions are sought to be protected. When it comes to the legal landscape there are numerous federal, state, and city laws that affect one's rights.…

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