Salt Lake County Utah Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1257)Salt Lake County Attorney Generals
Tooele Salt Lake Summit County UT Attorney General Child Protection Division160 BroadwaySalt LakeUT84111801-366-0180
Salt Lake County Attorney Generals
Utah Attorney General5272 College DriveMurrayUT84123801-281-1234
Salt Lake County District Attorney Office
Salt Lake County District Attorney451 South State StreetSalt LakeUT84111801-535-7788
Salt Lake County Public Defender Office
Utah State Federal Defender46 BroadwaySalt LakeUT84101801-524-4010
Salt Lake County DMVs
Salt Lake City DMV Office380 West 2880 SouthSalt LakeUT84115801-297-7780
Fairpark DL Field Office1095 Motor AvenueSalt LakeUT84116801-965-4437
South Valley Office14555 Minuteman DriveDraperUT84020801-965-4437
West Valley City DL Field Office2780 4700 SouthSalt LakeUT84129801-965-4437
Salt Lake County Court Records Databases
Salt Lake City Justice Court Records
Salt Lake County Accident Reports
Salt Lake County Arrest Warrants
Salt Lake County Child Support Warrants
Salt Lake County Court Records
Salt Lake County Criminal Records
Salt Lake County Justice Court Records
Salt Lake County Probate Records
Salt Lake County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Salt Lake Third District Court Records
Utah District Court Records
Salt Lake County Court Jury Duty Information
Salt Lake County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesUT
Salt Lake County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesUT
Salt Lake County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 Day, State Resident: 1 DayUT
Salt Lake County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18UT
Salt Lake County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsUT

Accessing Court Records

Public records are available for everyone to access, and Utah’s court system is no exception. You can find records on your ancestors through the courts of Salt Lake County. You can also access these records to learn more about your family. If you are researching your own past, you may want to research previous cases that involved your ancestors. No matter how you choose to use public resources, you can be sure that the information you find is free of charge.

Court Records in Salt Lake County Utah

To access public records, you need to be a resident of Utah or be a permanent resident of Utah. To obtain these records, you will need to be at least 18 years of age and live in the Salt Lake County area. In order to access these records, you must have a valid photo ID and be a U.S. citizen. For a full history of a person, you can also visit the Utah court website.

If you wish to view digital recordings of court proceedings, you can contact the court. The recordings can be purchased on an audio or data CD. The cost of these files is $10 per disc. You can also obtain district case reports for each week. These reports will list the case records from the previous week. If you want to download the records, you will have to pay a fee for them. There are no other costs to obtain these records.

To obtain police records, you can contact the Unified Police Department. They are the primary law enforcement agency in Salt Lake County. These records can be requested by mail or online. To obtain these records, you must complete a GRAMA Request for Records form, have it notarized, and attach a $10 fee. Then, you can view and download the documents. You can even print the documents, which are available in digital form.

In Salt Lake County, there are many different types of court records. There are federal, state, and local. Federal and state court records are available online. However, the public should not be concerned about privacy. Archived court records are available to all people in Utah. You can access criminal and civil case records from these agencies. These files will also be available in other formats. You should be aware of the restrictions when requesting these files.

You can search for police records in Salt Lake County by using the Unified Police Department’s website. You can also look up these records by using the city’s official phone number. If you are unsure of the name of a person, you may want to contact the court in question to see if the person has been convicted of a crime. You should also check out the police department’s other records, which include arrests and traffic tickets.