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Kudos to the 2013 Utah Legislature for reaffirming the state's commitment to the original intent of the juvenile court — the minor's best interest and public safety. And the bill passed unanimously in both houses, led by Rep. Lowry Snow and Sen. Lyle Hillyard.
In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower established Law Day as a day of national dedication to the principles of government under law. In 1961, Congress, by joint resolution, designated May 1 as the official date for celebrating Law Day.
If you’ve been following the Amanda Knox case in the news, you may be aware that Italy’s highest court has now ordered the young woman and her former boyfriend to be tried again for the alleged murder of Knox’s roommate, a British exchange student. That order is the latest in an unusual series of legal events involving Knox and the Italian court system since the 2007 murder.
St. George Utah lawyer and associate attorney for the law firm of Snow Jensen & Reece, Cameron M. Morby was elected to serve as the President-Elect in 2013 and President in 2014 for the Southern Utah Estate Planning Council.
Snow Jensen & Reece partner and St. George attorney, V. Lowry Snow has been elected to represent District 74 in the state House of Representatives. Snow was appointed to the position last year after former Speaker of the House David Clark resigned to run for another position.
The law firm of Snow Jensen & Reece in St. George and Cedar City Utah was a proud sponsor of Law Day. Our attorneys are proud to be part of this national day, celebrated May 1.
On Thursday, April 26, 2012, St. George attorneys Greg Hardman and Lewis Reece received expected good news from the Utah Court of Appeals on behalf of their client Vista School for Performing Arts and Technology, a Utah public charter school located in Ivins, Utah http://www.vistautah.com/.
On January 5, 2012, V. Lowry Snow was selected to fill the Utah House seat of former Representative David Clark. David Clark resigned from the seat so he could run for the U.S. House of Representatives.