URJP017. The petition. Amends. Adds requirement for delinquency petitions regarding non-felony-level offenses to include the specific condition or conditions that allows the prosecuting attorney to file pursuant to Utah Code section 80-6-304(11).
URJP016. Transfer of delinquency case. Amended. Makes revisions to transferring delinquency cases between judicial districts to reflect statutory changes made by H.B. 285 Juvenile Recodification.
URJP016A. Transfer of a non-delinquency proceeding. New. A new rule establishing procedures for transferring non-delinquency cases between judicial districts in response to statutory changes contained in H.B. 285 Juvenile Recodification.
URJP017. The petition. Amended. Updates statutory references and makes revisions to the contents to be included in a petition for termination of parental rights to reflect statutory changes contained in H.B. 285 Juvenile Recodification.
URJP005. Definitions. Amended. Makes revisions to definitions of “adult” and “minor” in juvenile delinquency cases to comply with statutory changes in H.B. 384.
URJP017. The petition. Amended. Makes revisions pertaining to petitions for expungement, including expungement of nonjudicial adjustments and petition for vacatur.
URJP031. Initiation of truancy proceedings. Amended. Corrects outdated statutory references.
URJP056. Expungement. Amended. Makes revisions to statutory changes contained in H.B. 384 regarding procedures for petitioning for expungement of juvenile court adjudications and nonjudicial adjustments.
URJP014 Reception of referral, preliminary determination. Contains revisions necessitated by statutory revisions to section 78A-6-602 promulgated by H.B. 239 – Juvenile Justice Amendments.
URJP017 The petition. Contains revisions necessitated by statutory revisions to section 78A-6-602 promulgated by H.B. 239 – Juvenile Justice Amendments.
URJP034 Pretrial hearings in non-delinquency cases. Clarifies when the court may enter a default judgment.
URJP048 Post judgment motions. Renames rule from “New hearings” to “Post judgment motions” to more accurately reflect the full scope of the rule’s content. Reduces the time to file post judgment motions to 14 days from the 28 days provided by the Rules of Civil Procedure to avoid conflicts with the shorter time frames for filing expedited child welfare appeals.