Judge Grants In-Person Sentencing For Man Convicted Of Injuring Four Teens In Logan Canyon Crash
A man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a Logan Canyon crash that critically injured four teenagers will be sentenced during an in-person setting this month.
Dustin Wesley Andersen, 46, appeared in 1st District Court on Monday for a hearing on whether or not sentencing in his case would take place in-person. Judge Brandon Maynard found exigent circumstances for an in-person sentencing and allowed each victim and Andersen to have two “support people” present during the proceeding.
“Given the gravity of the injuries,” Maynard said, “I am persuaded …” Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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