Justice Court

State Rep. Logan Wilde talks about his new appointment the Utah Dept. of Agriculture and Food (pending Senate approval) to and a look back on this year's legislative session. Summit County Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr has details on how the Utah Supreme Court Administrative Order is impacting the local Justice Court and with Summit County Council Candidates for Seat A - Incumbent Roger Armstrong and Pinebrook resident Jill Fellow discuss their reasons for running for office – a race that could be decided by delegates next week.

A Salt Lake resident has been sentenced to 30 days in the Summit County Jail for speeding drunk in a Porsche down Highway 224 last spring, causing a crash for himself and another vehicle.

Under a plea agreement entered in Justice Court on Tuesday, 24-year-old William Russell Patton was also given a fine and a year on probation from Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr.

According to court documents, Patton pled Guilty to one Count of Driving Under the Influence. A charge of Reckless Driving was dismissed. Both are Class B Misdemeanors.

Summit County’s Justice Court has concluded the case of a defendant who made news more than a year ago—when he brandished a handgun in the field between Park City High and McPolin Elementary.

After a bench trial was conducted this fall, Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr found the man Guilty of Disorderly Conduct, an infraction. She sentenced the man with a fine, and ordered him to, again, go through a concealed-firearms course.

The charge in Justice Court was brought against 47-year-old Ningnan Li, after the incident on a Tuesday morning, November 14th of last year.