Layton City v. Hirsbrunner

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Layton City v. Hirsbrunner Case No. 20010578-CA

IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS

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Layton City,
Plaintiff and Appellee,

v.

Scott W. Hirsbrunner,
Defendant and Appellant.

MEMORANDUM DECISION
(Not For Official Publication)

Case No. 20010578-CA

F I L E D
(December 20, 2001)

2001 UT App 409

 

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Second District, Layton Department
The Honorable Michael G. Allphin

Attorneys: 
Scott W. Hirsbrunner, Layton, Appellant Pro Se
Kristina M. Neal, Layton, for Appellee

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Before Judges Greenwood, Billings, and Davis.

PER CURIAM:

Appellant appeals his conviction of Failure to Stop, a class C misdemeanor, in violation of Utah Code Ann. § 41-6-72.10(2) (1998). This case is before the court on a sua sponte motion for summary dismissal. Neither party has responded to this court's motion.

In his docketing statement, appellant asserts that there was no evidence to sustain the conviction. However, the court took evidence in the form of testimony from the officer who issued the citation and appellant. It is well settled that "[t]he fact finder is free to weigh the conflicting evidence presented and to draw its own conclusions." State v. Pierce, 722 P.2d 780, 782 (Utah 1986). Furthermore, in the docketing statement, appellant concedes that he "slowed down passing the stop sign." Appellant fails to cite any legal authority to demonstrate any error made by the trial court. Consequently, appellant has failed to demonstrate that this appeal presents any issue meriting further proceedings or consideration by this court.

Accordingly, we grant the sua sponte motion for summary

disposition and affirm the order and judgment of the trial court.

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Pamela T. Greenwood, Presiding Judge

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Judith M. Billings, Judge

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James Z. Davis, Judge