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(1) The number of juvenile court judges shall be:
(a) two juvenile judges in the First Juvenile District;
(b) six juvenile judges in the Second Juvenile District;
(c) except as provided in Subsection (2), 10 juvenile judges in the Third Juvenile District;
(d) five juvenile judges in the Fourth Juvenile District;
(e) three juvenile judges in the Fifth Juvenile District;
(f) one juvenile judge in the Sixth Juvenile District;
(g) two juvenile judges in the Seventh Juvenile District; and
(h) two juvenile judges in the Eighth Juvenile District.
(2)(a) If there is a vacancy for a juvenile court judge in the Third Juvenile District, the number of juvenile judges in the Third Juvenile District is decreased to nine.
(b) If a vacancy in the Third Juvenile District occurs and the number of juvenile judges in the Third Juvenile District is decreased to nine, the governor shall fill the vacancy created in Subsection 78A-1-103(2) for the Fifth District in accordance with Section 78A-10-104.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 78A. Judiciary and Judicial Administration § 78A-1-104. Number of juvenile judges and jurisdictions - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-78a-judiciary-and-judicial-administration/ut-code-sect-78a-1-104/
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