Summarized by Nicholas Maddox
Utah justice stepping down
Deseret News 1Sep99 L5
By Jerry Spangler: Deseret News staff writer
Justice I. Daniel Stewart announced he is stepping down from the Utah Supreme
Court. Stewart, 66, was appointed to the high court in 1979 by Democratic Gov.
Scott Matheson and is the current longest serving justice. He has been
controversial over the past 14 years with a multitude of dissenting opinions. He
is also know for getting around in a wheel chair since contracting polio at 23
years old while serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints in West Germany.
The articles contain details of his tenure, opinions and his relationship with
the Utah legislature.