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Summit County Attorney Wants His Case Thrown Out

Summit County Attorney Wants His Case Thrown Out

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(KSL News) -- An update tonight to an Eyewitness News Investigation. We first raised questions about Summit County Attorney David Brickey and his residency last fall.

To run for office, he claimed he lived at a Park City Condo, but we never saw him there. Night after night our cameras caught him pulling up to a Salt Lake City home he owns with his wife.

After our investigation, the Attorney General's Office decided to take Brickey to court. Our investigative team obtained Brickey's legal response today. In it he says the State doesn't have the authority to take him to court, they don't have a case, and he wants a judge to dismiss it.

We'll keep you updated.

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