was an LDS church member in Syracuse, Utah; convicted of voyeurism in January 2024

Case Summary

Jordan Jolley was a LDS church member in Syracuse, Utah.  Jolley was convicted of a Class A misdemeanor for voyeurism in January 2024.  Sentenced to 30 days home confinement.

 

CASE NUMBER 231700389 Other Misdemeanor
CHARGES
Charge 1 – 76-9-702.7(1) – VOYEURISM BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONCEALED OR DISGUISED – Class A Misdemeanor
Offense Date: July 01, 2022
Location: Davis County
Plea: May 09, 2023 Not Guilty
Disposition: January 04, 2024 Guilty – Jury

 


 

SENTENCE JAIL
Based on the defendant’s conviction of VOYEURISM BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT CONCEALED OR DISGUISED a Class A Misdemeanor, the defendant is sentenced to a term of 364day(s) in the Davis County Jail. The total time suspended for this charge is 350 day(s).
Defendant is sentenced to serve 30 day(s) of home confinement.
SENTENCE JAIL SERVICE NOTE
The court does not authorize the defendant to earn credit for good time.
SENTENCE JAIL CONCURRENT/CONSECUTIVE NOTE
This sentence shall run concurrently with any of the defendants other matters

The defendant is placed on probation for 24 month(s)

Sources
  1. Mormon Bodies Literal Metiphorical and Doctrinal
    view source details | 31 Jul 2013 | Sunstone
  2. Jordan Jolley Offender #263247
    view source details | 15 Feb 2024 | Utah Department of Corrections
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