the parking, watching, or guarding of a vehicle; or(e)
Plaintiffs are indigent, unemployed, and have engaged in the solicitation of financialassistance from vehicular occupants in the past.
Each Plaintiff has had an encounter with lawenforcement for engaging in conduct prohibited by the Statute.
Plaintiff Wilkinson wascriminally cited for violating the Statute, though his case was later dismissed.
In January and/orFebruary of 2010, Plaintiffs Eagle and Sanchez were both approached by police officers andwarned that their conduct was illegal.
Plaintiff Evans was cited by Utah Highway Patrolofficers on March 29, 2010, May 26, 2010, and March 10, 2011.
He was criminally chargedbased on those citations.
All Plaintiffs claim they must engage in panhandling in order tosurvive, and thus are fearful that they will continue to have encounters with the law that will leadto citation or arrest.
As originally filed, the suit included additional Defendants associated with Salt LakeCity.
Plaintiffs resolved their claims against those Defendants and have filed a settlement
Utah Code Ann. § 41-6a-1009(4).
Docket No. 64, at 2.
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