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Public Trust and Confidence in the Courts Report

ct matheson.jpgThe 2012 Public Trust and Confidence in the Courts survey was conducted by telephone during the summer of 2012, and the report is now available on the Utah State Courts' website.

The report found several positive indicators of the public's view of the courts, including:

  • 81% of people surveyed stated they were either very confident or somewhat confident in the Utah State Courts.
  • 42% of people surveyed stated they were familiar with the Utah State Courts.
  • 63% of those surveyed who were involved in a case as a party or victim stated their case had a favorable outcome for their side.

Visit the Utah State Courts website to learn more about levels of court in Utah or self-help resources if you are interested in representing yourself in a court case.


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