Utah Judicial Conduct Commission
Do you have a concern about a judge? The Judicial Conduct Commission (JCC) is an independent fact-finding body established by the Constitution of Utah and it investigates allegations of judicial misconduct by state, county, and municipal (justice court) judges. Read about the complaint resolution process here.
The JCC can only commence an investigation upon receipt of a written complaint. To submit a written complaint, click here to access the complaint form, complete the form, print it, sign it, and mail it to the JCC at the address provided on the form. You should receive an acknowledgment within 7 to 10 business days.
For more information, visit the Commission's website.