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Layton is a city located in Davis County, Utah, which was named after Mormon colonizer/leader Christopher Layton. Layton city was established after the Supreme Court of the United States case Linford v Ellison. The case was raised when the occupiers of the area, currently known as Layton, opposed being taxed by the nearby town of Kaysville. Today, Layton is considered a bedroom town. Half of the quiet suburb’s households have children under 18 living with them.

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Layton lawyers are employed in many different fields of law. Attorneys are available for cases involving business, criminal, employment, family, real estate, wills & trusts and many other fields. It is important that your case is properly classified by its relevant field.

A Layton man was recently charged with two counts of aggravated exploitation of a minor for prostitution. Juan Manuel Trinaidad Garay was served with a summons after evidence suggested that Garay tried to offer up two 14-year-old girls for sex. The case is still ongoing at this time.

Many criminal cases go before the United States District Court for the District of Utah. Other Layton matters will be filed in the Second District Court Layton Department. These courts are very different and a good attorney will understand the significance of these differences.

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