Concerned Parents of Step-Children, On Behalf of their Members and All Others Similarly Situated, and Janice Everill, Ellen Lehwalder and Linda Rey, On Behalf of themselves and All Others Similarly Situated v. Anthony Mitchell, Individually: and In His Capacity as Executive Director of the Utah Department of Social Services,: and Keith Oram, Individually and In His Capacity as Director of the office of assistance Payments Administration : Brief of Respondents
Brief of Respondent
Appeal from A Decision of the Third Judicial District Court for Salt Lake County, the Honorable James S. Sawaya, Presiding
Public record document (some rights may be reserved).
Brief of Respondent, Everill v. Mitchell, No. 16870 (Utah Supreme Court, 1980).
Original Brief submitted to the Utah Supreme Court; funding for digitization provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Utah State Library, and sponsored by the S.J. Quinney Law Library; machine-generated OCR, may contain errors.
ROBERT B. HANSEN, PAUL M. TINKER, SHARON PEACOCK; Attorneys for Respondents BRUCE PLENK; Attorney for Appellants