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Notice of Proposed Amendments to Utah Court Rules

The Judicial Council invites comments to proposed amendments to the following court rules. The comment period expires March 18, 2013.
Summary of proposed amendments
CJA 02-0206. Effective date of rules. Amend. Designates May 1 and November 1 as the presumed effective date of Judicial Council rules.
CJA 04-0610. Appointment of justice court judges to preside at first appearances, preliminary hearings and arraignments. Amend. Technical amendment.
CJA 07-0304. Probation supervision. Amend. Changes the time for filing and reviewing supervision plans. Includes the Balanced and Restorative Justice Model throughout the case planning process.
How to view redline text of the proposed amendments
To see proposed rule amendments and submit comments, click on this link to: http://www.utcourts.gov/resources/rules/comments/. Then click on the rule number.
How to submit comments
You can comment and view the comments of others by clicking on the "comments" link associated with each body of rules. It's more efficient for us if you submit comments through the website, and we encourage you to do so. After clicking on the comment link, you will be prompted for your name, which we request, and your email address which need not be your real address. This is a public site. Time does not permit us to acknowledge comments, but all will be considered.
After submitting your comment on the webpage, you probably will get an error message, but your comment has been delivered to a buffer, and I will publish it at the earliest opportunity.
Submit comments directly through the website or to:
Tim Shea
Email: tims@utcourts.gov
Please include the comment in the message text, not in an attachment.
Fax: 801-578-3843


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