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Access and Fairness Survey

Survey in rotunda 002.jpgIf you have an upcoming court hearing or need to visit your local court soon, you might get a chance to see something new at the court's exit: survey representatives.

This summer, the Utah State Courts are conducting their annual Access and Fairness Survey, measuring how well the courts are serving the public. Attorneys, people representing themselves, law enforcement, and any other visitors will be encouraged to take the survey as they leave court.

Survey representatives are traveling around the state to all district court locations. The survey is anonymous and takes only about five minutes to complete.


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