Intermountain Legal’s new “Casualties of Justice” scholarship was highlighted in Utah Public Radio (UPR)’s recent article, Accused Of A Crime: A Qualification For A New Utah Scholarship.
UPR wrote, “A new scholarship is being offered to students at Utah universities through a law-firm in Salt Lake. What makes this scholarship unique? You have to be accused of or found guilty of a crime to qualify…. ‘I can’t think of any other scholarship where a qualification is that you’ve been accused of a crime,’ said Steve Burton, a criminal defense attorney and an owner at Intermountain Legal…. Burton said Intermountain Legal started the $1,500 scholarship, titled “Casualties of Justice,” to help the new victims the justice system might create – the actual perpetrators of the crime…” Read full article here.