Washington Terrace / Marriott-Slaterville Justice Court

Washington Terrace / Marriott-Slaterville Justice Court
Court Information:
Address: 5249 South 400 East, Washington Terrace, UT, 84405
Phone: (801)393-8951
Business Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Holidays excluded.
Court is held on Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m.
Residing Judge: Honorable Paul Olds

Important Links:
Fine Schedule
Small Claims
Expungements (Adults)
Expungements (Juvenile)
Online payments
Information regarding Driver License or the Utah Driver Point System
Telephone number: 801-965-4437
Toll Free number: 888-353-4224

Payments can be made by mail, in-person, cash, check, or debit/credit card (Visa or Mastercard) (2% fee assessed on any card used).
Payments may also be paid on the state website: https://www.utcourts.gov/en/self-help/services/epayments.html


Traffic School:

To qualify for traffic school the citation your received must be a minor traffic violation such as Stop Sign, red Light, Improper Turn, or other minor moving violations.
Please Note: Moving violations involving an accident do not qualify for traffic school.
Traffic School Guidelines:
You have no had traffic school for a citation in the last three years.
You have no more than one other citation for a moving violation within the last three years.
You have a valid driver license.
CDL drivers do not qualify for traffic school.
If you meet the traffic school qualifications , you sign up in the court by phone, in person during business hours or in court. If approved for traffic school, a $25.00 plea in abeyance fee will be added to the fee amount due to the court. You will be required to attend an online traffic school. The charge for the traffic school is $49.00 and is paid to the entity. You may ask the judge to approve another traffic school option if you have another preference.
For any further questions regarding traffic school please contact the court at 801-393-8951.


No Proof of Insurance violations:
The court does NOT accept the insurance identification cards.
The court Does accept a letter from your insurance company, on their letterhead stating that at the time and the date of the citation you had current, valid insurance.
If you were cited while driving a work vehicle, the court requires a letter from your employer on their company letterhead stating you had permission to drive said vehicle and provide proof of insurance. You may also appear in court and speak with the Judge.


No Insurance violations:
A court appearance is required.

Rights, Instructions & Waiver Form For Court Check-in, please, bring these two forms filled and signed to your court day.