The mission of Utah Prosecution Council is to provide quality training for state and local prosecutors as well as law enforcement officers through an exchange of information and experience to ensure the administration of justice reflecting the highest ethical and professional standards.

2024 Spring Conference

Legislative and case law updates, ethics, professionalism and more.

CLE Credits: 9.5 General, 1 Ethics and 1 Civility CLE credits

Date/Time: 

April 18-19, 2024

Location: 

101 West 100 North, Provo, UT

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Conference Topics

Thursday, April 18th

Case Law Update (4.5 General CLE)

David Simpson - Assistant Solicitor General, Criminal Appeals Division, Utah Attorney General's Office Tanner Hafen - Assistant Solicitor General, Criminal Appeals Division, Utah Attorney General's Office Mike Palumbo - Assistant Solicitor General, Criminal Appeals Division, Utah Attorney General's Office

Self-Defense/Justification Hearings (1 General CLE)

Josh Graves - Supervising Attorney, Homicide & Gang, Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office

Police/Prosecutor Relations (1 Civility CLE)

Brad Jeppsen - Bountiful City Attorney

Friday, April 19th

Five Words that Changed America: The Right to Remain Silent

Professor Louisa M.A. Heiny, S.J. Quinney College of Law

2024 Criminal Legislative Update (1.5 General CLE)

Legislative Summaries Will Carlson - Deputy Salt Lake County District Attorney Tyson Skeen - Traffic safety Resource Prosecutor, Utah Prosecution Council Trent Dressen - Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence, Utah Prosecution Council

2024 Civil Legislative Update (1 General CLE)

Jamie Brackin - Assistant St. George City Attorney

Victim Address Confidentiality Program (0.5 General CLE)

Kara Hetrick - Safe at Home Program Manager, CCJJ

Prosecutor Error / Misconduct (1 Ethics CLE)

Tony Graf - Deputy Davis County Attorney