Attending a Remote Court Hearing
We have created an easy guide (WebEx Tips) to help walk you through how to participate in a remote court hearing.
NOTICE: Court Hearings
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Justice Court is holding all hearings by video conference, until further notice. You will receive an email with a video conference invite in order to attend. At some future date, all hearings will revert back to in-person attendance. This information will change weekly, so please check this page before your hearing date.
Forms: If this is your first appearance on your case, it will be necessary to fill out a Rights Form (En Español) and Right to Counsel (En Español) form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org before your hearing can be held. Criminal/Traffic Forms available here.
NOTE: First appearances on domestic violence charges are still in-person.
Court Hearings for these weeks will be held by video conference:
- May 10th to May 14th, 2021
- May 17th to May 21st, 2021
- May 24th to May 28th, 2021
- May 31st to June 4th, 2021
For additional information, check the court calendars to verify your upcoming court date. Use the search feature to search for your name. Or, call the court at (435) 634-5728, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You may also email us at email@example.com
Schedule Fingerprint Appointment
Fingerprints services are available at the Justice Court. This service is only for Book and Release Orders and/or Health Department purposes. Click here to schedule an appointment.
Utah Judiciary Alerts and Information
The Utah Judiciary is committed to the open, fair, and efficient administration of justice under the law. Find important information on what to do about your case and where to find help on our Alerts and Information Page due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Criminal/Traffic Forms
- Expungement Info
- Agency Referral Information
- Small Claims
- Fingerprint Forms
- Rights Form
- Right to Counsel
- Motion to Continue
- Affidavit of Indigency
- Entry of Not Guilty Plea
- Justice Court GRAMA Records Request
- Notice of Appeal
- En Español
If you have been charged with any of the following crimes and are requesting your mandatory court appearance to be waived because you live OUT OF THE AREA, you will need to submit the Entry of Not Guilty Plea and Right to Counsel forms, along with the proper enhancement. You will be held responsible for understanding the information in these forms. Please make sure you read them before you sign.
Speeding in a School Zone includes varying amounts on the bail. Please be sure to include the bail for the proper MPH over and whether it is your first or second offense.
You will need to refer to the Local Bail Schedule to determine the amount of bail that will need to be sent along with the forms. If your offense is not found on the schedule, please contact the court.
- Use Handheld Device while Operating Vehicle
- Possession of Controlled Substance
- DUI, Metabolite, and Impaired Driving
- Domestic Violence
- Failure to Secure Load
- No Insurance, No Proof of Insurance
- Minor Consuming/Possession
- Failure to Stop at Port of Entry
- School Bus Violation
- Speeding in a School Zone
- Tobacco-related Offenses
- Animal Cruelty
- Custodial Interference
- Prostitution, Patronizing a Prostitute, Aiding Prostitution or Sexual Solicitation
- Electronic Communication Harassment
- Library Theft
The expungement process can be easy if you follow these steps. Most of your questions can be answered by doing this and will help eliminate confusion and back-tracking.
- Please review the State of Utah’s Certificate of Eligibility and make application to BCI for your Certificate before proceeding to step 2.
- Once you have applied for and received your Certificate of Eligibility, please print this Expungement Packet and follow the instructions.
Agency Referral Information
- Small Claims Forms:
- Collecting a Judgment:
- Wage Garnishment
- One-Time only Garnishment
- Small Claims Basic Questions and Answers
- How To Collect A Judgment
- How to File a Small Claims
- Authorized Process Servers
- Small Claims Filing Fees
- What property qualifies as exempt under Utah law?