Utah Attorney Kelly Peterson is now officially the subject of an investigation by the Utah State Bar. The OPC File No. is 16-0452. With the well-documented misconduct charges hanging over his head, and the viral publicity generated in this case, it would be difficult for the Utah Bar to try and brush this under the rug.
Should they make the attempt, there is no doubt that the victims in the case will file a Federal RICO complaint against the Utah Bar for conspiracy, obstruction of justice, violating Federal Anti-Trust laws among other things.
READ THE COMPLAINT HERE
The victims have been striving to gain relief from the evil machinations of Kelly Peterson and his client Alyssa Alanis for over two years. Apparently, they have had enough of the abuse heaped upon them by the Utah County Justice system and have filed a Racketeering Complaint against them in Utah 4th District Court.
They have also filed a Bar Complaint against Attorney Mark Stubbs. HERE
It seems that the mess started when Alyssa Alanis was prosecuted and convicted for Assaulting her now ex-husband (READ HERE)
The victims believe Alyssa Alanis paid for her legal fees with sexual favors to Kelly Peterson and are accusing her of possible prostitution and other crimes (Article Here)
THE UTAH BAR
The Utah Bar Association grants admittance to the practice of law, and has the ability to take away an attorney’s license for misconduct. Since Kelly Peterson went on record stating that “Perjury is not a crime in Utah”, it is clear that he not only confesses to the crime, but also dismisses it with another perjured statement!
Sex with clients, suborning perjury, conspiracy, obstruction of justice. Sounds like Kelly Peterson is on the wrong side of the Justice System. We will be watching this process very closely and will report on the outcome.