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The Utah Judiciary is committed to the open, fair, and efficient administration of justice under the law. Find important information on what to do about your case and where to find help on our Alerts and Information Page due to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

El poder judicial de Utah está comprometido a la administración de justicia de una manera abierta, justa y eficiente bajo la ley. En nuestra página Información y alertas encontrará información importante sobre qué hacer en cuanto a su caso y dónde encontrar ayuda debido al impacto del brote de COVID-19.

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Finding Legal Help

You are not required to hire an attorney, but legal matters can be complicated. Consider talking to an attorney to go over your options. See the Finding Legal Help page for information about free and low cost ways to get legal help. 

Como encontrar ayuda legal

Usted no está obligado a contratar un abogado, pero los asuntos legales pueden ser complicados. Considere la posibilidad de hablar con un abogado para hablar de sus opciones. Para información sobre cómo obtener ayuda legal vea nuestra página Como encontrar ayuda legal.

The Seventh Judicial District

Seventh District and Juvenile Court COVID-Response

The Seventh District Court is adapting current practices in order to continue to provide the public with services during this period of social distancing in response to the Novel Coronavirus

We have developed methods for remote contact with the Court and with the Juvenile Probation Department in order to adhere to recommendations from the Utah Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and comply with the Administrative Order for Court Operations during pandemic. Additional information about these recommendations and the status of court operations throughout the state may be accessed at the Utah State Courts Alerts and Information website.

In order to better protect the community against the spread of the Novel Coronavirus through adequate social distancing, many hearings will be held remotely. Additional safety measures will be in place for in person hearings. The court clerk will provide you with specific instructions as the date of your hearing approaches. If you have not provided your email address to the court, please do so by sending an email to the email address found below for your local court. To verify when your hearing will be held, you may search the Court Calendars online. If you are not able to locate the needed information or require clarifying information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Location

Email Address

Address

Phone Number

Location

Castle Dale
(Emery County)

Phone Number

435-381-5419 (ext. 1)

Address

1850 Des Bee Dove Rd
PO Box 635
Castle Dale, UT 84513

Location

Moab
(Grand County)

Email Address

moabscan@utcourts.gov

Phone Number

435-259-1349 (ext. 1)

Address

125 E. Center Street
Moab, Utah 84532

Location

Monticello
(San Juan County)

Email Address

montscan@utcourts.gov

Phone Number

435-587-2122 (ext. 1)

Address

297 S. Main
PO Box 68
Monticello, UT 84535

Location

Price
(Carbon County)

Phone Number

435-636-3400 (ext. 1)

Address

120 E. Main
Price, UT 84501


You may reach a member of the Juvenile Probation staff by calling their office directly at the following numbers, or via email at 7thjuvprobdocs@utcourts.gov.

Rory Jones

435-636-3454

Donni Nielson

435-636-3412

Mike Martinez

435-636-3413

Wayne Tucker

435-636-3423

Chris Blackmon

435-636-3417

Shaun Jeffs

435-381-6002

Nate Halls

435-259-1354

Thomas Moore

435-587-9921

Janey Graves

435-636-3424

Art Adair

435-587-9921

Courthouse Visits

Should you find it necessary to visit your local District or Juvenile Court, please be aware of the following measures to best protect yourself and others against the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus.

  • All persons entering the court facility must wear a suitable face covering.
  • Additional screening measures include a basic inquiry as to whether test results have indicated you are positive for the coronavirus, if you or members of your household have been exhibiting symptoms, or if other known exposure has occurred will be conducted.
  • As part of the process your temperature may be taken with a no-touch thermometer. Your answers to screening questions and temperature are not recorded nor will they be reported to any other person. However, individuals who register a temperature above 100.4 or who have symptoms or who have tested positive for Covid-19 will be unable to appear personally in the courthouse.
  • Remote opportunities for accessing court services and participating in court procedures are available. Please contact your local court office via the phone number or email address listed on this site for additional information and assistance.

All Seventh District court sites undergo careful cleaning each evening. Additionally, hand sanitizer is provided to the public in the lobby and other areas that are frequented. When in-person court proceedings are conducted, cleaning supplies are provided for each participant to allow you to address your area to your satisfaction.

In order to allow for social distancing and to protect those who are in a high risk category for covid exposure, the court will limit the number of persons in the courtroom at one time and may recommend that others wait in the lobby or even outside the building. If others wish to participate in or observe court proceedings, they may do so via a remote connection that can be achieved with the use of a laptop, tablet, smartphone or other internet capable device. In circumstances where internet service is not available, patrons are invited to access the court provided public wifi. Please arrive sufficiently early to join and connect to the free wifi service.

Electronic Filing of Documents

In order to effectively practice social distancing, self-represented litigants and individuals who do not have access to e-filing may electronically file motions and other pleadings by emailing an image (preferable a PDF) of the filing to one of the email addresses listed above. Forms specific to the Seventh District are available below. If you do not find what you are looking for, you may search through all available forms on the court's website using the search box at the top of the page. Self-represented litigants may file, via email, protective order requests, stalking injunction requests, and pleadings in existing cases, without a handwritten signature. Instead, you should type your name and the date on the signature line provided on the form.

For tips on how to scan documents from your phone, click here. For additional instructions on how to file a protective order or stalking injunction, please see the Filing Protective Orders by Email page. To initiate a case, please contact us at 435-587-2122.

Remote Hearings

All hearings will be conducted remotely unless an in-person hearing is proven necessary. Our remote hearing technology allows for either video or telephone appearance. Both of these functions allow participants to connect via a cellphone, tablet, or laptop. Prior to your remote hearing, your attorney or the court will send you an email containing a link or phone number and access code so that you can either click to connect or dial in to join the hearing. If you have not received a link for an upcoming court appearance, please look for your name on the Court Calendar or request the link via the email address listed at the top of the page. For video appearances, there are free apps for android and apple devices to allow for video connections. If you will appear remotely by video, please prepare by downloading the app prior to the hearing and please verify that your webcam (if needed), internal microphone and speakers are activated. If you do not have the means to appear by video or phone, please contact your attorney or the court clerk for accommodations.

If you wish to request a change in the status of your hearing, ie: remote to in-court or vice versa please contact your legal counsel or, if you do not have legal counsel, you may contact the courthouse via the phone number or email listed above.

Communication

ch of your communication with the Courts will be best facilitated if you have provided us with a current email address. If you have not provided the courts with an active email address, but wish to do so, please send an email address to the appropriate email from the list above. Please put the words "New Email Address" in the subject line. In the body of the email, please include your name, your mailing address, and your case number (if known).

Payments

Fine and restitution payments may be made online using our ePayments system. You will need to know your case number. If you do not know your case number, please call or email us. If you wish to request an extension on your payments or other probation conditions, please contact us.

Juror Qualification Questionnaire

Jury Trials may be held when a court site is in the Yellow or Green phases of the Court's Risk Response Plan. See the Alerts and Information webpage for the current status of each county. The Court's risk response plan color is different from the Governor's pandemic color phases. Jury Trials will be conducted in accordance with the Court's Risk Response Plan and any applicable public health orders and may include some remote appearances in order to maintain the safety of all parties, jurors and the public. To electronically fill out your juror qualification questionnaire, please click here.


The Seventh Judicial District

Forms listed on this page are for use in 7th District ONLY.
The 7th District includes Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan Counties.

Seventh District Forms

Note: A Statement of Defendant in Support of Plea(s) and Certificate of Counsel form is required for all class A misdemeanor and felony pleas.


Carbon County Forms

  • Carbon County Affidavit of Indigency - PDF
  • Carbon County Criminal Motion - PDF | Word
  • Carbon County Juvenile Court Declaration of Financial Status - PDF | Word
  • Carbon County Statement of Defendant in Support of Plea(s) and Certificate of Counsel - PDF

Carbon County Problem Solving Court Forms

  • Carbon County Adult Drug Court Participant Handbook - PDF
  • Weekly Drug Court Report - PDF
  • Phase 2 Request - PDF
  • Phase 3 Request - PDF
  • Phase 4 Request - PDF
  • Phase 5 Request - PDF
  • Adult Drug Court Commencement Packet - PDF
  • Adult Drug Court Motion - PDF | Word
  • Medical Disclosure - PDF
  • Carbon County Family Drug Court Participant Handbook - PDF
  • Family Drug Court Motion Form - PDF | Word

Emery County Forms

  • Emery Affidavit of Indigency - PDF
  • Emery County Criminal Motion - PDF | Word
  • Emery County Juvenile Court Declaration of Financial Status - PDF | Word
  • Emery County Statement of Defendant in Support of Plea(s) and Certificate of Counsel - PDF

Emery County Problem Solving Court Forms

  • Emery County Adult Drug Court Motion - PDF | Word

Grand County Forms

  • Grand County Criminal Motion - PDF | Word
  • Grand County Financial Affidavit - PDF | Word
  • Grand County Juvenile Court Declaration of Financial Status - PDF | Word
  • Grand County Statement of Defendant in Support of Plea(s) and Certificate of Counsel - PDF

Grand County Problem Solving Court Forms

  • Grand County Felony Drug Court Program - PDF
  • Grand County Adult Problem Solving Court Motion - PDF | Word
  • Grand County Ex Parte Motion to Serve Jail Time Early - PDF
  • Grand County Family Dependency Court Participant Handbook - PDF
  • Grand County Family Dependency Court Motion - PDF

San Juan County Forms

  • San Juan County Criminal Motion - PDF | Word
  • San Juan County Financial Affidavit - PDF | Word
  • San Juan County Juvenile Court Declaration of Financial Status - PDF | Word
  • San Juan County Statement of Defendant in Support of Plea(s) and Certificate of Counsel - PDF

San Juan County Problem Solving Court Forms

  • San Juan County Adult Drug Court Participant Handbook - PDF
  • San Juan Adult Drug Court Motion - PDF | Word

Standing Orders

  • Case Management in Domestic Relations Cases for Attorneys Practicing in the Seventh District - PDF
  • Misdemeanor A Filings (2-21-2019) - PDF

General Orders

  • Persons Entering District Court are Subject to Search - PDF

District Court Administrative Orders

  • Regarding photography, filming, and recording in courthouse: Carbon County - PDF
  • Regarding photography, filming, and recording in courthouse: Emery County - PDF
  • Regarding photography, filming, and recording in courthouse: Grand County - PDF
  • Regarding photography, filming, and recording in courthouse: San Juan County - PDF

Juvenile Court Administrative Orders

  • Regarding juvenile court records accessibility to public or private individuals or agencies - PDF

Seventh District Court Locations

Click on the county for location and contact information.

7th District Court Locations

The Utah State Courts mission is to provide the people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law.


Page Last Modified: 7/29/2020
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