Utah Supreme Court Hears Polygamy

Aric Cramer lawyer

Utah Supreme Court Hears Polygamy

Swogger claims he is troubled by voices that make it difficult for him to sleep. Some mental health experts said Swogger appeared to be faking his symptoms.

His attorney, Aric Cramer, argued at sentencing that Swogger should be allowed to receive treatment at the Utah State Hospital for as long as the hospital staff felt appropriate before being turned over to the prison and that the length of his sentence should be reduced, but the court agreed with County Attorney Brock Belnap that Swogger’s sentence should be the harshest allowed under state law.