2022 Utah Code
Title 76 - Utah Criminal Code
Chapter 9 - Offenses Against Public Order and Decency
Part 1 - Breaches of the Peace and Related Offenses
Section 106 - Disrupting the operation of a school.

Universal Citation: UT Code § 76-9-106 (2022)
76-9-106. Disrupting the operation of a school.
  • (1) A person is guilty of disrupting the operation of a school if the person, after being asked to leave by a school official, remains on school property for the purpose of encouraging or creating an unreasonable and substantial disruption or risk of disruption of a class, activity, program, or other function of a public or private school.
  • (2) For purposes of this section, "school property" includes property being used by a public or private school for a school function.
  • (3) Disrupting the operation of a school is a class B misdemeanor.

Enacted by Chapter 163, 1992 General Session
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