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January 6, 2006

06-01 - May members of the County Attorney’s Office provide pro bono legal assistance to victims of domestic violence in seeking civil protective orders? If so, is it thereafter permissible for the County Attorney’s Office to prosecute the subsequent v

June 2, 2006

Issue: May members of the County Attorney’s Office provide pro bono legal assistance to victims of domestic violence in seeking civil protective orders?

If so, is it thereafter permissible for the County Attorney’s Office to prosecute the subsequent violation of the protective order?

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December 29, 1999

99-05 - What are the ethical implications of the Office of the Attorney General's proposed investigation to determine whether any Utah criminal laws were violated by the Salt Lake City Bid Committee for the Olympic Winter Games in view of the Attorney Ge

Approved July 30, 1999

Issue: What are the ethical implications of the Office of the Attorney General's proposed investigation to determine whether any Utah criminal laws were violated by the Salt Lake City Bid Committee for the Olympic Winter Games in view of the Attorney General's prior association with the Bid Committee?

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December 28, 1998

98-09 - Is the Office of Guardian ad Litem sufficiently similar to the Attorney General's Office to render it a "government agency" within the meaning of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, and if so, does Rule 1.10 concerning imputed disqualificatio

(Approved October 30, 1998)

Issues: Is the Office of the Guardian ad Litem sufficiently similar to the Attorney General's Office to render it a "government agency" within the meaning of the Utah Rules of Professional Conduct, and if so, does Rule 1.10 concerning imputed disqualifications, apply to the Office of the Guardian ad Litem? Does Rule 1.11, "Successive Government and Private Employment," apply to the Office of the Guardian ad Litem?

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December 21, 1998

97-08 - May an attorney, formerly employed by a government agency; represent a private client in challenging: (1) the validity or enforceability of statutes, rules, ordinances or procedures that the attorney participated in drafting, or (2) specific cont

(Approved July 2, 1997)

Issue: May an attorney, formerly employed by a government agency, represent a private client in challenging: (i) the validity or enforceability of statutes, rules, ordinances or procedures that the attorney participated in drafting; or (ii) specific contracts or easements that the attorney negotiated, drafted or reviewed for approval on behalf of the government agency?

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