Any court record in Utah more than 50-years old is considered historical, and it might be difficult to find records older than this. These are records the public generally looks for only when doing ancestry work for their own family. These records can provide important information to anyone who wants to learn more about their history and their family, and they?re invaluable to many. If you want to find Utah court records a little newer than this, you can look at any local courthouse or the state court system. These records are less important to those who are into their family history, and they?re more important to those who want to learn more about people they know right now.
What do you learn with a court record? You learn many things. You can learn if someone is married, if they?re divorced, and even view their child custody agreement. Other court records in Utah allow the public to see if someone has a traffic citation, a civil issue, a criminal background, or even a felony or misdemeanor charge brought against them. You can see anything that ever occurred with the help of the court in Utah in someone?s life, and it?s how many businesses get to know future employees, how parents check on the sitters they hire and even the parents of kids spending more time with their own kids. It?s useful, and it?s easy to find someone on the internet to see what kind of person they are. The best news is that these Utah court records are free of charge, and you can look them up from the comfort of your own home on your own computer.
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Guy, unfortunately we don’t have any information about the person you’ve requested Utah court records on. If this is an ongoing case it will not be public record yet
I would like to know what happened to Richard ross peterson on his court day in manti utah during oct. 2020. this was a dwr. case
Last Updated: 2017-02-12