URJP018. Summons; service of process; notice. Amend. The proposed amendments to Rule 18 include: (1) adding language that requires a bilingual notice in abuse, neglect, dependency, and termination of parental rights cases; (2) adding a subsection to 18(a)(2) to include termination of parental rights cases; and, (3) replacing the language “shall” with “must,” “will,” or “is” to conform with the Utah Supreme Court stylistic guidelines.
URJP005. Amended. Makes revisions to the definition of “ungovernability” to comply with statutory changes, which become effective July 1, 2018. Corrects references to “child” rather than “minor.”
URJP09. Amended. Makes revisions to comply with statutory changes to 78A-6-112 and 78A-6-113, which will become effective July 1, 2018. The revisions place restrictions on the amount of time and the conditions under which the minor may be held in detention.
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 Eliminates outdated language regarding court forms.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.
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.”
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.
URJP037 Adds reference to the statutory provisions in Section 78A-6-1111 pertaining to limitations on the appointment of counsel for indigent parties.
URJP 018. Summons; service of process; notice. Amend. Describes how children and adults are to be named in juvenile court records.