Carson v. Barnes, 2016 UT App 214 (Oct. 27, 2016)

Appealing the grant of a civil stalking injunction, the defendant argued the district court erred in considering an incident involving the defendant brandishing a gun against a non-party with connections to the plaintiff. Affirming, the Court of Appeals held that the statutory grounds for issuing a civil stalking injunction may include a threat against a business associate, even if the victim was not physically present at the time of the incident.