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Code of Judicial Administration. Rule Regulating Access to Court Records.

Final Report of the Committee on Privacy and Public Court Records.
CJA 04-202. Purpose. New. Outlines the purposes served by open and closed court records.
CJA 04-202.01. Definitions. Repeal & Reenact. Defines terms used in court rules regulating access to records.
CJA 04-202.02. Records classification. Repeal & Reenact. Classifies court records as public or non-public.
CJA 04-202.03. Records access. Repeal & Reenact. Identifies who has access to non-public court records.
CJA 04-202.04. Request to access a record associated with a case; request to classify a record associated with a case. Repeal & Reenact. Establishes procedures for requesting access to a record associated with a case or for requesting confidential treatment of a case record.
CJA 04-202.05. Request to access an administrative record; research; request to classify an administrative record; request to create an index. Repeal & Reenact. Establishes procedures for requesting access to a record not associated with a case or for requesting confidential treatment of an administrative record. Establishes procedures for requesting non-public records for research and procedures for using a data element as an index to the court’s database.
CJA 04-202.06. Response to request to access or classify a court record. Repeal & Reenact. Establishes minimum requirements for responding to a records request.
CJA 04-202.07. Appeals. New. Establishes procedures for reviewing an adverse decision.
CJA 04-202.09. Miscellaneous. Amend. Permits a filer to redact sensitive information from pleadings. Requires vendors to comply with court policies regarding access to records.
CJA 04-202.10. Record sharing. New. Established procedures for sharing non-public records with other governmental entities.
CJA 04-202.12. Access to electronic data elements. Repeal. Eliminates distinctions between electronic data elements and public or non-public data generally.
CJA 04-205. Security of court records. Amend. Technical changes.

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CJA 01-205. Standing and ad hoc committees. Amend. Establishes the Committee on Self-represented Parties.
CJA 03-111.03. Standards of judicial performance Amend. Eliminates possibility of lawyer with trial experience being removed from respondent pool due to too few total appearances.
CJA 03-115.Committee on self-represented parties. New. Identifies the responsibilities of the committee.
CJA 03-408.Inventory. Amend. Changes minimum value for mandatory inventory control from $500 to $1,000.
CJA 03-411. Grant management. Amend. Adds approval by the legislature for large federal grants.
CJA 03-413. Judicial library resources. Amend. Eliminate mandatory subscription to Utah Advance Reports, an equivalent email notification service being offered by the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
CJA 09-105. Justice Court hours Amend. Establishes 5-day operation as the standard for justice courts. Permits waiver by the Judicial Council
CJA 10-1-203. Designation of video arraignment areas as courtroom. Amend. Update references to video arraignment courtrooms in Second District Court.

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CJA 09-107. Justice Court Technology, Security, and Training Account. New. Establishes the process for allocation of funds from the Justice Court Technology, Security, and Training restricted account. Effective 24-May-04 under Rule 2-205 but subject to further amendment after comment period.

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CJA 3-403. Judicial branch education. Amend. Eliminates mandatory attendance at annual judicial conference.
CJA 9-103. Certification of education requirements. Amend. Amend to conform to statutes.
CJA 11-303. Special admission exception for military lawyers. New. Permits qualified military lawyers on active duty who reside, but are not licensed in Utah, to provide uncompensated limited legal services to military personnel and their dependents who suffer substantial financial hardship. Effective May 4, 2004 under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after comment period.

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CJA 1-205. Standing and ad hoc committees. Establishes the Judicial Outreach Committee. Technical amendments.
CJA 3-111.03. Standards of judicial performance. Establishes 30 hours per year as the minimum standard for certification.
CJA 3-114. Judicial outreach. Identifies the responsibilities of the Judicial Outreach Committee.
CJA 3-201.02. Court Commissioner Conduct Committee. Changes composition of Court Commissioner Conduct Committee.
CJA 3-202. Court Referees. Permits court to hire full or part time referee by contract. Effective December 15, 2003 subject to further amendment after the comment period.
CJA 3-412. Procurement of goods and services. Increases the amount of contracts within the discretion of the TCE from $1000 to $5000.
CJA 4-202.02. Records classification. Changes designation of PSI report from “controlled” to “protected” to conform with statute.
CJA 4-402. Clerical resources. Establishes process for clerical weighted caseload.
CJA 4-701. Failure to appear. Increases bail for failure to appear.
CJA 9-101. Board of Justice Court Judges. Changes justice court representative on the Education Committee.

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