Sean Reyes is among the most dynamic and successful young professionals
Sean Reyes is among the most dynamic and successful young professionals in the country today. He has been recognized nationally and locally for his legal skills and professionalism, local and national Bar leadership and unparalleled commitment to public service. He has lent his legal expertise to media outlets ranging from Fox National Business News to the Economist.


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Sheriff Jeff Wood, Price, UT
Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen, Manila, UT
Sheriff Todd Richardson, Davis, UT
Sheriff James Perkins, Panguitch, UT
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Sheriff Robert Dekker, Fillmore, UT
Sheriff Dale Stacey, Randolf, UT
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Sheriff Vance Norton, Vernal, UT
Sheriff Todd Bonner, Heber City, UT
Sheriff Cory Pulsipher, Hurricane, UT
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Stephen R. Hadfield, Esq., Box Elder County Attorney
James M. Swink, Esq., Cache County Attorney
Michael Olsen, Esq., Emery County Attorney
Barry Huntington, Esq., Garfield County Attorney
Robert C. Van Dyke, Esq., Kane County Attorney
Jann L. Farris, Esq., Morgan County Attorney
Brody L. Keisel, Esq., Sanpete County Attorney
Scott Broadhead, Esq., Tooele County Attorney
Scott Sweat, Esq., Wasatch County Attorney
Brock Belnap, Esq., Washington County Attorney
Chris Allred, Esq., Weber County Attorney
Mayor Sheldon Wimmer, Alpine, UT
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Mayor Len Arave, North Salt Lake, UT
Mayor Larry Johnson, Taylorsville, UT
Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore Jr., Cottonwood Heights, UT
Mayor Carmen Freeman, Herriman, UT
Michael F. Dalton, Beaver County Commissioner
Mark S. Whitney, Beaver County Commissioner
Stan Summers, Box Elder County Commissioner
Jeff Scott, Box Elder County Commissioner
Jeff Hadfield, Box Elder County Commissioner
Greg Merrill, Cache County Commissioner
Val K. Potter, Cache County Commissioner
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Paul Cowley, Emery County Commissioner
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Lynn Jackson, Grand County Commissioner
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Aimee Winder Newton, Salt Lake County Councilwoman
Bruce Adams, San Juan County Commissioner
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Steven Frischknecht, Sanpete County Commissioner
Scott Bartholomew, Sanpete County Commissioner
Tal Adair, Summit County Commissioner
Myron Bateman, Tooele County Commissioner
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Mike McKee, Uintah County Commissioner
Bill Lee, Utah County Commissioner
Greg Graves, Utah County Commissioner
Steve Farrell, Wasatch County Commissioner
Kendall Crittenden, Wasatch County Commissioner
Victor Iverson, Washington County Commissioner
Zach Renstrom, Washington County Commissioner
Alan D. Gardner, Washington County Commissioner
Newell Harward, Wayne County Commissioner
Dennis Blackburn, Wayne County Commissioner
Kerry W. Gibson, Weber County Commissioner
Utah AG Cracks Down on White Collar Crime with New Online Registry

AG Reyes Expresses Gratitude On Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Wednesday, December 07, 2016
"Seventy-five years ago, a great American generation was faced with an unprovoked attack on our nation. As bombers decimated the U.S. Fleet at Pearl Harbor—killing over 2,400, America's brave--both men and women, military and civilian—came together to fight back and defend our nation. They paid the ultimate price. Their cause was just and their efforts sanctified with their lives. “I've stood many times at the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii. I've been moved to tears by the sacrifice of those...
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Attorney General Sean Reyes Honored by Boy Scouts of America with National Vale La Pena Award

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY—Over the weekend, the Greater Salt Lake Council of Boy Scouts of America awarded Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes received the national Vale La Pena Award for outstanding service to the community, with an emphasis on his volunteer service in the Hispanic community.  Attorney General Reyes expressed his appreciation to the Council at the Silver Anniversary Holiday Gala on Saturday night November 19. “It is such an honor to receive this recognition from Boy Scouts of America, an organization...
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Reyes Rejects Japanese Internment Commentary Reported in National Media As Dark Mistake

Monday, November 21, 2016
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, who is of mixed-Japanese descent, today expressed concern about comments reported in national media last week that justify the creation of a national Muslim registry, citing the Japanese internment during World War II as legal precedent. An Aspen-Rodel Fellow, Reyes learned of the comments upon return from the three-day Aspen Institute seminar on values-based public policy and civility. “When President Ronald Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act in 1988, apologizing for the Japanese internment during...
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