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Judge Faust's Ruling - UHP Trooper Lisa Steed

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Utah 3rd District Judge Robert P. Faust ruled against the defendant in this May 2010 ruling, but nevertheless concluded that Utah Highway Patrol's most prolific officer on the DUI beat, Lisa Steed, violated the department's policy in pursuit of the arrest. "Although the court is troubled by Trooper Steed's failure to follow UHP policy," Faust wrote, "the Court concludes that Defendant's due process rights were not violated and he is not entitled to a dismissal."

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