The Utah Attorney General’s Office will be required to turn over certain documents from a flash drive as part of a lawsuit filed by a former assistant attorney general alleging that he was wrongfully terminated in retaliation for his whistleblowing activities.

The former prosecutor, Paul G. Amman, claimed that he was terminated for reporting misconduct at the office, including his reporting of an inappropriate relationship between employees Craig Barlow and Cindy Poulson. Amann alleged that after reporting his concerns within the office in 2014, he next went to the Utah Department of Human Resource Management (DHRM).

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