Category: URJP018

Rules of Juvenile Procedure – Effective November 1, 2018

URJP011. Amended. Clarifies that a request to extend the time period for filing a petition related to a detention order shall be made specifically by motion rather than merely “a separate written request.” Eliminates outdated language regarding court forms.

URJP018. Amended. Adds the term “parents” to make the language of the rule consistent with 78A-6-109.

URJP053. Appearance and withdrawal of counsel. Amended. Clarifies standards by which both retained and court-appointed counsel may withdraw as counsel of record in juvenile court proceedings.

URJP058. Amended. Adds a reference to Chapter 37 to the statement “the court shall honor the rights and procedures accorded to victims pursuant to Title 77, Chapters 37 and 38, Victims Rights.”

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Rules of Juvenile Procedure – Effective November 1, 2017

URJP018 Adds language regarding the ability to serve a pleading by email on an attorney who has an email account on file with the Utah State Bar. Clarifies that eFiling in the Juvenile Court’s Court and Agency Records Exchange (C.A.R.E.) does not constitute service upon a party and that an agreement to accept email service is not required to effectuate the provisions of Rule 18.

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Rules of Juvenile Procedure

URJP 03. Style of pleadings and forms. Amend. Makes technical amendments.
URJP 25A. Withdrawal of plea. New. Establishes standards and procedures for withdrawal of a plea in juvenile court.
URJP 36. Cases certified from the district court. Amend. Requires the party raising the issue of support, custody or parent time to inform the court and parties of any orders from any other court. Requires that a juvenile court order be filed by the prevailing party in any related district court case and contain the captions of both courts.
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URJP 018. Summons; service of process; notice. Amend. Describes how children and adults are to be named in juvenile court records.
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