Former three-term Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is scheduled to be in a Salt Lake City courtroom Monday for a hearing that could determine whether he stands trial on corruption and bribery charges.
Shurtleff’s preliminary hearing in 3rd District Court could last up to five days.
Court records do not indicate who might be called to testify. That’s unusual, given that prosecutors had revealed a list of more than 30 potential witnesses well before a preliminary hearing planned for Shurtleff’s one-time co-defendant, former Attorney General John Swallow.
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