Category: URCrP009

Rule of Criminal Procedure – Effective November 18, 2019, pursuant to Rule 11-105(5) of the Utah Code of Judicial Administration

URCrP009. Proceedings for persons arrested without a warrant on suspicion of a crime. Amended. The amendments modify the times within which a defendant must appear in court after a warrantless arrest when the defendant has been unable to meet the release conditions set by the magistrate.

URCrP009A. Procedures for persons arrested pursuant to warrant. Amended. The amendments modify the times within which a defendant must appear in court when the defendant has been arrested pursuant to a warrant and has been unable to meet the release conditions set by the court.

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Rules of Criminal Procedure – Effective May 1, 2018

URCrP007 Amend. The provisions in existing rule 7 are being divided into separate rules, each dealing with a different subject. Rule 7 will now address initial proceedings for class A misdemeanors and felonies.

URCrP007A New. The rule addresses procedures for class B & C misdemeanors and infractions. The rule also adds specific provisions on pretrial release conditions.

URCrP007B New. The rule addresses preliminary hearings. The rule generally reflects existing language.

URCrP007C New. The rule addresses the procedures for material witnesses. The rule generally follows existing language.

URCrP009 New. The new rule 9 will establish procedures for warrantless arrests. Of particular interest to practitioners may be the time-frames related to pretrial release decisions and deadlines for filing informations.

URCrP009A New. The rule creates procedures for arrests pursuant to a warrant and includes specific procedures on pretrial release decisions.

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