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(KSL TV) Utah's Attorney General says no crime was committed by the Department of Public Safety in relation to leaks in the Elizabeth Smart case.
Smart family Attorney Randy Dryer asked several prosecuting agencies to determine if criminal charges were warranted.
Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he has no information that would warrant a criminal investigation of anyone at the Department of Public Safety.
Shurtleff says a Civil Review Committee will now consider whether internal policies were followed.