COURT VIDEO HEARINGS BY WEBEX

Court calendars are being evaluated and rescheduled as needed to comply with state and local orders.  Until further notice, the majority of hearings will be held through Webex video.  In-person hearings are made available upon request.  Please notify the court as soon as possible if you would like to request your hearing to be heard in person at least 48 hours before your scheduled video hearing. 

STEPS TO COMPLETE PRIOR TO COURT HEARING

If you are appearing for an Arraignment or Pre-trial (first appearance on this case) , make sure you have watched a Rights video and filled out a Rights form (links below).  Please fill out and email back the Rights form to court@saratogaspringscity.com

          Rights Video (English)                                  Rights Form (English)WebEx Opens in new window

          Rights Video (Spanish)                                 Rights Form (Spanish)


If you are using a smartphone device, please install the Webex Meetings app on your phone prior to clicking the link below to your hearing.




VIDEO LINKS BY DATE AND TIME

     **PLEASE JOIN THE MEETING AT YOUR ASSIGNED TIME THAT WAS SENT TO YOU**

If you are appearing on your own case, please put the same name as listed on the court case record so we know you are present for your hearing. If you are an attorney, you may add "Attorney" to your name.  If you are observing, you may add "Observer" to your name. 

When you first log on, there may be other hearings in progress since multiple cases are scheduled at the same time.  Please be patient, keep your microphone muted, and the Judge will call your case as soon as possible.

Links will be added within 24 hours of the hearing.

By clicking a link below, you agree to the following;

I understand that a virtual hearing is a court proceeding and therefore an extension of the courtroom; appropriate conduct and attire is required.   I agree to use a quiet room with no distractions while participating in my video hearing.  I agree to abide by Rule 4-401.02 of the Utah Rules of Judicial Administration for court proceedings which indicates electronic proceedings may not be recorded, photographed, or transmitted to other devices. Failure to comply with this prohibition may be treated as contempt of court, punishable by a fine or time in jail. 

Wednesday June 1st 10:00 am - 12:00 pm - IN PERSON

Friday June 3rd 8:00 am - 3:00 pm - IN PERSON