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The letters



City Weekly was threatened with libel, criminal prosecution and prior restraint in advance of publishing the Sept. 23, 2010, cover story, "What You Don't Know About Your Doctor Could Hurt You."

For more on the legal threats, go back to the accompanying story.%uFFFD

Utah Attorney General's Office Letter to City Weekly

Doctor Joe Eyring's attorney Michal Miller's Letter to City Weekly

City Weekly's response to threats from the Utah Attorney General's Office