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(Aug 18, 2009) On August 2, 2009, the Utah and Baja California attorneys general signed an "agreement of understanding" aimed at combating "human and weapons trafficking, money laundering and Internet crimes against children." Among the provisions is an agreement that the two states will share information on criminals who flee from the United States to Mexico and vice versa. (Agreement of Understanding, Utah Office of the Attorney General Mark Shurtleff website, http://www.attorneygeneral.utah.gov/cmsdocuments/MOU_Utah_Baja_Californi
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(last visited Aug. 10, 2009); Press Release, Utah Office of the Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, Shurtleff & Baja A.G. Sign Agreement to Stop Cross-Border Crimes (Aug. 4, 2009), available at http://attorneygeneral.utah.gov/PR_080409.html.)

Author: Gustavo Guerra More by this author
Topic: Police power More on this topic
Jurisdiction: Mexico More about this jurisdiction
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Last updated: 08/18/2009