Businessman To Appear In Court For Resentencing
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A St. George businessman who was convicted of making false statements to a bank will appear in court Wednesday.
Jeremy Johnson was originally sentenced to 135 months in prison, but an appeals court ruled that the trial judge was mistaken in giving Johnson a sentence enhancement. Johnson argued there’s no evidence that he received more than $1 million as a result of his offenses, which is what would merit that enhancement.
The district court will reassess that sentence.
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