The mission of the South Salt Lake Justice Court is to provide quality public services, as determined by law or citizen needs; through innovative leadership and the teamwork of its people, officials and employees. Services shall be provided in a fair, respectful and professional manner consistent with available human, natural and economic resources.
CITY OF SOUTH SALT LAKE WELCOMES NEW JUDGE
The City of South Salt Lake is excited to welcome Anna Anderson as the Justice Court Judge. Anna will be sworn in on January 24, 2017, following her certification by the Utah Judical Council. Anna Anderson will replace Catherine Johnson who retired December 31, 2016.
Judge Anderson comes to us with broad legal knowledge and experience. Including her most recent employment as an attorney for the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office. She has held numerous legal positions with entities such as the United States Attorney’s Office, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in Detroit Michigan, Tazewell County Attorney’s Office and Will County State’s Attorney’s Office both in Illinois. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from the University of Illinois and a Juris Doctorate from University of Notre Dame Law School
Judge Anderson looks forward to having the opportunity to address the needs of the South Salt Lake community by examining diverse sentencing alternatives for offenders such as community service and treatment programs – alternatives that will serve both the individual and the community of South Salt Lake.
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The Justice Court now accepts electronic payments. You will need your citation number or court case number (also known as docket number) to make your payment. http://www.utcourts.gov/epayments/
Members of the public can now check their warrants online - free of charge.
The warrant check screen can be accessed at: https://secure.utah.gov/warrants/
If you have agreed to attend a traffic safety class as part of your Plea in Abeyance agreement you can obtain information on registering for Defensive Driving presented by the Utah Safety Council by clicking this link: www.utahsafetycouncil.org