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Utah Domestic Violence Laws
Domestic violence laws in Utah are very strict. Utah law defines domestic violence as a crime which involves two people who are “cohabitants” of each other. The definition of “cohabitant,” in Utah however, is very broad, and many different criminal charges, even non-violent criminal charges, can be classified as domestic violence.
Utah law defines a “cohabitant” as a person at least 16-years-old who:
•is a spouse of the other person involved, or
•is living as if a spouse of the other person involved, or
•is related by blood or marriage to the other person involved, or