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Featured Prosecutor

March 2017 - Paul Fuller

Paul Fuller

Paul Fuller is a Deputy District Attorney in the Salt Lake County District Attorney's office. To help you get to know him a little better we asked him the following questions:

  1. Agency you work for: Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office
  2. How long have you worked there: 8 months
  3. Any other prosecuting agencies you've worked for: Salt Lake City Prosecutor's Office
  4. Law school you attended: University of Utah (S.J. Quinney)
  5. Undergraduate degree and school: University of Utah (BA History)
  6. State(s) you're licensed in: Utah
  7. First job you ever had: Glazier / Glass cutter
  8. Best job you’ve ever had: U.S. Marine Corps (Infantry)
  9. Worst job you’ve ever had: U.S. Marine Corps (Infantry)
  10. If you weren't prosecuting, what would you be doing? Military or law enforcement
  11. Favorite sport: Football (American)
  12. Favorite singer/band: Guns 'N' Roses
  13. Favorite hobby: Weightlifting
  14. Dream vacation spot: Bora Bora
  15. Furthest you’ve ever traveled: Afghanistan
  16. What’s something you’ve done that no one else/few others have: Sailed across most of the world's major oceans.
  17. Why do you keep prosecuting: We're in the best position to ensure the right thing happens for the right reason.
  18. If you could have any super power, what would it be: Telepathy
  19. Which super hero do you most identify with and why? Lego Batman ... because he never skips leg day.
  20. Ever done anything you should have been arrested for? If so, what (unless the statute of limitations has not expired): Ha! Nice try.
  21. Best advice you’ve ever been given: When unsure on how to solve a problem use your common sense. Education does not substitute.