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Ai / /2/ 6570 Elbe ZUTRICT OZ1?27 Third Judicial District 20/'' FEB -3 2011 S LA E COUNTY By y C pury Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR SALT LAKE COUNTY,STATE OF UTAH SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION, • DECORUM ORDER Petitioner, • vs. • All taxpayers,property owners,and CASE NO.110901081 citizens of Salt Lake City,Utah, including nonresidents owning • property or subject to taxation therein, all other persons having or claiming DATE:FEBRUARY 3,2011 any right,title,or interest in any property or funds affected by or to be . affected by the general obligation bonds,of Salt Lake City,to be issued . for a multipurpose regional sports, recreation and education complex, and Mark Shurtleff,in his official capacity as the Attorney General of . the State of Utah, Defendants. The Court has scheduled a hearing on February 9,2011 commencing at 9:30 a.m.for the purpose of hearing the Petition along with the testimony of any defendants wishing to contest the Petition filed by Salt Lake City Corporation("the City"). The City's Petition requests that the Court determine tha (1)the validity of the November 4,2003 1 llllll"h bond election held by Salt Lake City Corporation ("the City") may not be contested in an action brought after December 23, 2003; (2) Utah Code sections 11-14-201 (2007) and 11-14-318 (Supp. 2010) do not apply to the Bond Election; (3) the March 2, 2010 public hearing and related notices are valid under Utah Code section 11-14-318; (4) the Notice of Bonds to be Issued and the Parameters Resolution are valid under Utah Code section 11-14-316; (5) the contest period under Utah Code section 11-14-316 expired on March 15, 2010 and no action brought after that date may contest the issuance of the Bonds; 6)the statements in the Voter Information Pamphlet issued in connection with the Bond. Election are not legally binding on the City(7) when the Final Bond Resolution is duly adopted, it will be a legal, valid, and binding obligation of the City, 11 and enforceable in accordance with its terms; (8) the Bonds to be issued for a multi- purpose regional sports, recreation and education complex will be valid and binding When sold pursuant to the Final Bond Resolution; and (9) the City's proposed expenditure of the Bond proceeds falls within the bounds of the City's discretion in light of the purpose stated in the Proposition 5 ballot language. Any defendants wishing to contest the Petition are required to appear to show cause why the prayers of the Petition should not be granted. The purposes of this Order are (a) to ensure that the scheduled hearing proceeds in an orderly manner; (b) to provide a mechanism for the defendants to be heard; ( c) to protect the proceedings from unnecessary commotion or confusion; and (d) to facilitate appropriate media coverage and public observation. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the following rules and guidelines for the Conduct of the hearing shall be adhered to by all who attend. If regulation of any matter 2 discussed herein appears to the Court to be unnecessary or to require modification,the Court may rescind or modify that portion of the Decorum Order. COURTROOM SEATING There are a finite number of seats in the gallery,ten seats in the jury box,and several chairs at,and immediately behind,each of the two counsel tables in courtroom S-34,where the hearing will be held. The protocol for seating is as follows: 1. The Court will distribute courtroom passes to assure that the individuals described below are able to attend the hearing. 2. Counsel for the City and the Attorney General of the State of Utah or his designee may sit at counsel tables inside the bar railing. Other attorneys may sit on the benches and chairs directly inside the bar railing and directly behind the counsel tables. 3. A total of ten media passes will be issued for seating in the jury box,one of which will be reserved for a pool still photographer. No more than one media pass will be issued to any single media organization for seating in the jury box,except for the media organization supplying the designated pool photographer. The media passes will be available for pick-up in the Administrative Office of the Courts in the Scott M.Matheson Courthouse, N-31,between 1:00 p.m.and 5:00 p.m.on February 8,2011,or from the Court's Public Information Officer outside Courtroom S-34 commencing at 8:30 a.m.on the morning of the hearing. 4. Passes will be made available to defendants and other members of the public on a first come,first served basis. These passes can be obtained 3 from the Court's Public Information Officer or other court personnel,who will be stationed at a table outside the courtroom commencing at 8:30 a.m.on February 9,2011. Defendants seeking to testify must sign in, providing their names and addresses and identifying the basis of their standing:taxpayers;property owners;and citizens of the City including nonresidents owning property,or subject to taxation therein;and all other persons having or claiming any right,title,or interest in any property or funds affected by or to be affected by the Bonds. Each person issued a pass will be provided a pre-set time slot for access to the courtroom. If circumstances warrant it,the Court may continue the hearing to additional dates,but all passes must be obtained on the morning of February 9, 2011. lit 5. Defendants and observers who have been issued courtroom passes may begin entering the courtroom no earlier than 9:10 a.m.,and must be in the courtroom and seated five minutes before the time set for the beginning of the segment of the hearing in which they will testify. 6. Once the hearing begins,no one,except Court personnel,counsel,or representatives of the media,will be allowed to enter or leave the courtroom except during recesses or in case of emergency. COURT PROCEEDINGS Although the Court has endeavored to provide adequate time for hearing the Petition and taking the testimony of defendants wishing to contest it,the Court calendar requires it to limit this hearing. To maximize the opportunity for hearing from any • Defendant who contests the Petition, the Court adopts the following procedures to govern the proceedings: 1. The City will be allowed 20 minutes to present its Petition. 2. The Attorney General will be allowed 10 minutes to contest the Petition or to seek the Court's approval to be dismissed as a defendant. 3. Commencing at 10:00 a.m., the Court will hear from any defendant who contests the Petition. Each defendant will be allowed a three minute period in which to address the Court as to matters relevant to its determination of the Petition. 4. The hearing will be conducted in segments of approximately 55 minute intervals, with hourly brief recesses to permit people to leave and enter the courtroom, and a longer lunch recess. At the beginning of each segment, those who intend to testify will be sworn in. 5. Quiet and order among those observing the proceedings shall be maintained at all times. Audible comments of any kind by any spectator during the hearing, or any provocative or uncivil behavior within the courtroom will not be tolerated. 6. Only Court personnel, counsel, and credentialed media representatives are permitted inside the bar railing except when designated defendants are invited to the lectern. 7. No children under age 10 will be allowed in the courtroom. Supervisors of children whose ages might be incompatible with prolonged silence and restricted movements should consider the possible length of the hearing 5 and make appropriate arrangements. 8. Any electronic devices with wireless transmission capability,such as • cellular telephones,handheld PCs,PDAs,or similar devices,shall be turned off before entering the courtroom and shall not be used during the hearing. Failure to comply with this order may result in confiscation of the device and exclusion from the courtroom for the duration of the hearing. 9. The use of electronic devices to record or to broadcast the Court proceedings is forbidden. No person seated in the courtroom,including media representatives,will be permitted to engage in such recording or broadcasting. Failure to comply with this order may result in confiscation of the device,exclusion from the courtroom for the duration of the hearing, • and a charge of contempt of court. 10. The proceedings in this case must in no way disrupt operations at the Scott M.Matheson Courthouse. Large gatherings cannot be accommodated in the courthouse. Any violation of the foregoing,or any other conduct that the Court finds disruptive to the proceedings,will result in an order of temporary or permanent exclusion of the offender or offenders from the proceedings. GUIDELINES FOR THE MEDIA DURING THE PROCEEDINGS 1. A copy of Rule 4-401 of the Code of Judicial Administration,which govems the conduct of the media in reporting court proceedings,is attached to this order. The Court expects that Rule 4-401 will be followed. 2. The Public Information Officer will be the primary contact for media 6 • representatives and for courtroom passes. All complaints,concerns, challenges,and questions from media representatives should be registered with the Public Information Officer. The Court's Judicial Assistants,Case Manager,and Law Clerk will direct inquiries and requests from media representatives to the Public Information Officer. 3. With the sole exception of one pool photographer,no photography will be allowed in the courtroom. No flash photography is permitted. 4. All media interviews shall be conducted outside the courtroom. 5. Each media representative is expected to read and comply with this order. Any person violating these guidelines will be subject to the discipline of the Court. Dated this 3 day of Et. .r ,2011. KATE A. .e pF`.,i:+'�Ipt • DISTRICV C a 1)00 Sit 7 Page I of 2 Rule 4-401. Media in the courtroom. Intent: To establish uniform standards and procedures for conduct and the use of photographic equipment in the courts of the state. To permit access to the courtroom by the news media while preserving the participants' rights to privacy and a fair proceeding. Applicability: This rule applies to the courts of record and not of record. This rule governs photography and conduct during sessions of court and recesses between sessions. This rule shall not diminish the authority conferred by statute, rule or common law of the judge to control the conduct of proceedings in the courtroom. As used in this rule, the term "courtroom" includes the courtroom and areas immediately adjacent to the courtroom. Statement of the Rule: (1)(A) Filming, video recording, and audio recording in a trial courtroom are prohibited except to preserve the official record of proceedings. With the permission of the judge presiding at the proceeding, an audio or video signal of proceedings may be transmitted and copied. (1)(B) Filming, video recording, and audio recording in an appellate courtroom are permitted to preserve the official record of proceedings and as permitted by procedures of those courts. With the permission of the judge presiding at the proceeding, an audio or video signal of proceedings may be transmitted and copied. (2) Still photography, filming and audio and video recording in the courtroom for ceremonial or court approved public information programs are permitted when arranged through the presiding judge of the court. • (3) No one may photograph a juror or prospective juror before the person is dismissed. (4) Still photography in a courtroom is prohibited, but it may be permitted in the discretion of the judge presiding at the proceeding. Except on such terms as the judge presiding at the proceeding may prescribe, no one may photograph in the courtroom an exhibit or a document that is not part of the official public record or the face of a person known to the photographer to be a minor. A request to photograph in a courtroom shall be filed with the judge presiding at the proceeding at least 24 hours prior to the proceeding. A judge may permit photography with less than 24 hours notice upon a showing of good cause. In determining whether to permit still photography and, if so, how to regulate it, the judge presiding at the proceeding should consider whether: (4)(A) photography can be accommodated without distracting the participants; http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/ucja/ch04/4-401.htm 2/3/2011 Page 2 of 2 (4)(B) there is a substantial likelihood photography would jeopardize the right to a fair proceeding;or (4)(C) the privacy interests of the victim of a crime, a party in a civil case or a witness outweigh the interest of the public in access to a photograph of the person. (5)Conduct in the courtroom. (5)(A)The judge presiding at the proceeding may position reporters and equipment in the courtroom to permit reasonable news coverage. Media representatives must share a single photographer. (5)(B) Photographers shall not use flash or strobe lights. Media representatives shall use normally available courtroom equipment unless the presiding judge and the judge presiding at the proceeding approve modifications, which shall be installed and maintained without public expense. (5)(C) Proceedings in the courtroom shall not be disrupted. Members of the media in the courtroom shall: (5)(C)(i)avoid calling attention to themselves; (5)(C)(ii) not place equipment in or remove equipment from the courtroom while court is in session; (5)(C)(iii)not make comments in the courtroom during the court proceedings; (5)(C)(iv) not comment to or within the hearing of the jury or any member thereof at any time before the jury is dismissed; (5)(C)(v)present a neat appearance in keeping with the dignity of the proceedings; (5)(C)(vi)not conduct interviews in the courtroom until the proceeding is concluded and the court is recessed; (5)(c)(vii)not use a camera or tape recorder to conduct interviews in the courtroom;and (5)(C)(viii)comply with the orders and directives of the court. (6) In addition to contempt and any other sanctions allowed by law, the court may remove anyone violating these rules from the courtroom and revoke the privileges contained in this rule. http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/ucja/ch04/4-401.htm 2/3/2011 • CERTIFICATE OF NOTIFICATION I certify that a copy of the attached document was sent to the following people for case 110901081 by the method and on the date specified. 0 MAIL: EDWIN P RUTAN II 451 S STATE ST STE 505 SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84111 MAIL: MARK L SHURTLEFF, POB 142320 SALT LAKE C TY UT 84114-2320 2 Date: ; Lb , '11L t Deputy Court Clerk • Page 1 (last) FILED DISTRICT COURT Third Judicial District FEB - 8 2011 c SALT LAKE COUNTY By Deputy Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR SALT LAKE COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION, : AMENDED DECORUM ORDER Petitioner, vs. All taxpayers, property owners, and : CASE NO. 110901081 citizens of Salt Lake City, Utah, including nonresidents owning property or subject to taxation therein, all other persons having or claiming : DATE: FEBRUARY 8, 2011 any right, title, or interest in any property or funds affected by or to be : affected by the general obligation bonds, of Salt Lake City, to be issued : for a multipurpose regional sports, recreation and education complex, : and Mark Shurtleff, in his official capacity as the Attorney General of : the State of Utah, • Defendants. This Amended Decorum Order shall supplement the Decorum Order entered February 3, 2011. Since that order was entered, the Court has received a Motion for Order for Mailing of Notice and/or Publication of Notice in Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News, and the Court will hear that motion at the beginning of the hearing 1 scheduled on February 9, 2011 commencing at 9:30 a.m., and will determine whether the hearing on the Petition can proceed on that date as scheduled. In addition, on February 4, the Court received a Motion to Dismiss Attorney General as a Defendant, along with a memorandum in support thereof.. Finally, yesterday afternoon, the Petitioner filed an Amended Petition to Establish Validity of Bonds, which may affect the scope of the Petition hearing. The Court will address this issue before commencing any hearing on the Petition. Because of the foregoing, in the event that the Court proceeds with hearing the Petition, some adjustments are warranted in the time frames established in the initial Decorum Order. Accordingly, the Court has determined that it will address the motion and other matters for a period not to exceed one hour, and that if the hearing on the Petition goes forward, the City will be allowed 20 minutes to present its Petition, the Attorney General will be allowed 10 minutes to seek the Court's approval to be dismissed as a defendant, and commencing at 11:00 a.m., the Court will hear from any defendant who contests the Petition. All other provisions of the initial Decorum Order shall remain in full force and effect. Dated this 8 day of Y , 2011. KATE A. TOOMEY DISTRICT,,.Co1RT.JUDGE "'rsTt. •,K�F 2 Case No: 090904252 Date: Jan 06, 2011 CERTIFICATE OF NOTIFICATION I certify that a copy of the attached document was sent to the following people for case 110901081 by the method and on the date specified. FAX: PERRI A BABALIS (801)366-0378 FAX: DAVID M BERNSTEIN (801)569-5149 FAX: IVAN W LEPENDU (801)534-1948 FAX: KARTHIK NADESAN (801)534-1948 FAX: BRYCE H PETTEY (801)366-0378 FAX: EDWIN P RUTAN II (801)535-7640 FAX: MARK_ L SHURTLEFF (801)538-1121 Date: i-1 t - (U) KI Deputy Court Clerk • Page 2 (last)