Weber County Utah Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1300)Weber County Court Records Offices
Weber County District Attorney2380 Washington BoulevardOgdenUT84401801-399-8786
Weber County Court Records Offices
Weber County Public Defender2562 Washington BoulevardOgdenUT84401801-392-8247
Ogden DL Field Office615 East 5300 SouthOgdenUT84405801-965-4437
Ogden DMV Office2447 Lincoln AvenueOgdenUT84401800-368-8824
Weber County Court Records Databases
State of Utah Justice Court Records
State of Utah Justice Court Records
Weber County Accident Reports
Weber County Arrest Warrants
Weber County Child Support Warrants
Weber County Court Records
Weber County Criminal Records
Weber County Probate Records
Weber County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Weber County Court Jury Duty Information
Weber County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesUT
Weber County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesUT
Weber County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 Day, State Resident: 1 DayUT
Weber County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18UT
Weber County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsUT

How to Find Court Records in Weber County Utah

You can find court records from the clerk of each of the courts located in Weber County. In addition to the courthouses, you can also find them online through the Xchange subscription platform. You will need to pay an initial subscription fee of $25 and you can get up to 200 searches per month. In addition to the courthouses, the Weber-Morgan Health Department also offers certified copies of marriage and divorce records. You will have to pay $10 for additional copies requested at the same time.

The Utah Department of Public Safety has published a report on crime in the state of Utah for 2017. According to the report, there were 633 crimes reported in Weber County in 2017. Of those, just 7% were violent, but there were still 24 reported crimes a day. The county’s police have done a great job in reducing the number of crime, but the rate of reported crime has increased. That’s why it’s crucial to obtain court records in Weber County.

The Department of Public Safety also published a report on the state of crime in the state. Between 1852 and 1987, there were approximately 6,900 crimes in Weber County. Of those, 633 were violent. Of these, only 7% were rapes and murders. The other half of the population was reported as committing a felony. Despite the decrease in violent crime, the number of reported crimes has increased ten-fold.

In addition to the web portals mentioned above, the clerks of Weber County’s courthouses also offer an online subscription platform. For $25, you can get a monthly subscription that allows you to perform up to 200 searches. The health department also provides certified copies of marriage and divorce records. You must pay an additional $10 for each additional copy you request. These sites also include transcripts and audio recordings of past meetings.

Despite the fact that it may be difficult to locate court records in Weber County, the county clerk’s office has a comprehensive database on all criminal cases. These records include documents, files, transcripts, and appeals. The clerk of the county’s office maintains the records on a daily basis. You can search for arrest warrants in Weber County by using the information on the county clerk’s website.

If you need to conduct an investigation of a person’s background, they will have the details of their arrest. For example, they may have been arrested for a drug offense. These are just some of the crimes that can be found in Weber County, and it’s important to know the facts before making a decision. However, a warrant search is the most reliable way to obtain this information. The court clerk of the county clerk will provide the information to you, whether it’s a civil case or a criminal case.