Category: CJA03-0406

Code of Judicial Administration – Effective May 1, 2020

CJA01-0204. Executive Committees (AMEND). The Judicial Council formalized a new executive committee, the Budget and Fiscal Management Committee. Proposed amendments add the Budget and Fiscal Management Committee to the executive committee list, and define the Committee’s duties.

CJA03-0406. Budget and Fiscal Management (AMEND). The proposed amendments reflect the Judicial Council’s policy change regarding its budget process.

CJA01-0205. Standing and Ad Hoc Committees (AMEND). The Judicial Council’s Standing Committee on the Online Court Assistance Program (OCAP) no longer exists. Proposed amendments remove the OCAP member positions from the Committee on Resources for Self-Represented Parties and the Committee on Court Forms.

CJA03-0111. Performance Evaluation of Active Senior Judges and Court Commissioners (AMEND). The reporting standards for active judges versus senior judges and commissioners were different. Utah Code 78A-2-223 sets a standard of two months for trial judges. For consistency, the proposed amendments change the standard for senior judges and commissioners from “60 days” to “two months.”

CJA04-0905. CJA 4-905. Restraint of Minors in Juvenile Court (AMEND). The proposed amendment eliminates the subsection of the referenced statute to avoid outdated citations in the future.

CJA10-01-202. Verifying Use of Jury (REPEALED). The Second District Court requested that local supplemental rule CJA 10-1-202 be repealed because it is no longer needed. The Second District follows practices set forth in general rules observed by all other judicial districts.

CJA Appendix F. Utah State Court Records Retention Schedule. Eliminates the requirement that the enhancement forms previously required under Rule 9-301 be retained permanently.  Because Rule 9-301 was repealed, those records should now be destroyed at the same time as the file to which the record pertains. Changes the retention for domestic violence cases to ten years to reflect the change in statute that makes those offenses enhanceable for ten years.

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CJA 03-406. Budget and fiscal management. Amend. Permit greater discretion in defining budget programs. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA 03-414. Court security. Amend. Permit private security agents transporting money to be armed. Effective April 24, 2006.
CJA 04-202.08 Fees for records, information, and services. Amend. Reduces to cost per Xchange search after 200 searches from $.20 to $.10. Effective August 1, 2006. Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 2-205. Subject to further change after the comment period.
CJA 04-404. Jury selection and service. Amend. Differentiates between excuse from jury service and postponement. Modifies the qualification process to enable qualifying on the web. Eliminates demographic information from the qualification questions. Deletes requirement that an excused juror be called in the next term. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA 06-303. Collection of fines and restitution. Amend. Corrects references from Office of Recovery Services and Department of Corrections to Office of State Debt Collection. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA 10-1-303. Parent-time enforcement mediation. New. To establish a policy regarding Expedited Parent-time Enforcement Pilot Program. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA 10-1-501. Orders to show cause. New. The rule describes the process for requesting an order to show cause in the Fifth District Court. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA 10-1-801. Fax filings. New. Prohibits most fax filings in the Eighth District Court. Effective November 1, 2006.
CJA Appx F. Record Retention Schedule. Amend. Retain search warrants not associated with a case for five years. Effective November 1, 2006.
Judicial Council Minutes.

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