American Fork v. Scutt

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American Fork v. Scutt Case No. 20010220-CA IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS

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American Fork City,
Plaintiff and Appellee,

v.

Robert C. Scutt,
Defendant and Appellant.

MEMORANDUM DECISION
(Not For Official Publication)

Case No. 20010220-CA

F I L E D
May 24, 2001
2001 UT App 163
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Fourth District, American Fork Department
The Honorable Howard H. Maetani

Attorneys:
Robert C. Scutt, Orem, Appellant Pro Se
Brian K. Haws and James "Tucker" Hansen, American Fork, for Appellee

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Before Judges Greenwood, Billings, and Davis.

PER CURIAM:

This matter is before the court on the city's motion for summary disposition.

Appellant entered a plea in abeyance on charges of impersonating an officer, driving without a license, and speeding. The city correctly argues that a plea in abeyance is not a final judgment. See State v. Hunsaker, 933 P.2d 415, 416 (Utah Ct. App. 1997). In the absence of a final judgment, we have no jurisdiction over the appeal. See Utah R. App. P. 3(a).

Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed.
 
 

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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