SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Embattled UHP Trooper Lisa Steed should know her fate in the next few weeks.
The controversial former Trooper of the Year is being investigated in a special state sanctioned probe.
The investigation is being handled by the Utah County Attorney at the request of the attorney general.
The Utah County Attorney tells ABC 4 his probe is all but over and he'll soon make his recommendation about any possible charges.
The investigation began in late April after a Utah judge said Trooper Steed's testimony in a DUI case may not have been truthful.
Trooper Steed was taken off the streets during the two month investigation.
ABC 4 News has been told several Utah County investigators have been looking into the matter and that it was their intention to interview Trooper Steed.
Previously, ABC 4 News reported that investigators were looking at 76-8-502 of the state code.
In Utah, this section is called false and inconsistent material statements.
But in other parts of the country, it's also known as a perjury statute.
However, several Utah lawyers tell ABC 4 this would be a very difficult charge to prove.
The Utah County Attorney is expected to give his findings to the Salt Lake County District Attorney by Friday.
After that, the Salt Lake DA is expected to review the materials and make the final call about whether Trooper Steed should be charged.
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