Our Vision, Purpose and Values
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relationship between Wasatch County
Government and the organizations listed here.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri
805 W 100 South
Heber City, Utah 84032
Phone (435) 654-2909
Fax (435) 654-2947
It is the mission of the Wasatch County Attorney’s office to safeguard the county through aggressive yet fair prosecution of those who commit crime within the county. We seek to hold criminals accountable while meeting the statutory rights and emotional needs of crime victims and witnesses. We promote and participate in programs that reduce crime and victimization. We strive to work with law abiding citizens of Wasatch County and law enforcement agencies for the improvement of and the achievement of these goals.
The criminal division prosecutes all felony cases occurring in Wasatch County as well as the misdemeanor cases occurring outside the municipal boundaries of the cities within Wasatch County. Additionally, it prosecutes misdemeanor cases for some cities and towns within the county. The criminal division’s cases range from traffic violations to homicides, and its objective is swift and fair justice while providing critical services to crime victims and their families.
The County Attorney's Office does not investigate crimes. We prosecute crimes that have been investigated by local, state and federal police agencies. If you have been the victim of a crime that you want to report, please call your local police department.
The Civil Division of the Wasatch County Attorney's Office is the legal advisor to Wasatch County. It provides legal advice and assistance to the County Council, County Manager, other elected county officials, and the various county departments, boards and commissions. It also defends lawsuits and claims brought against Wasatch County.
The Juvenile Division prosecutes delinquency matters for the State of Utah in Juvenile Court. Our goal is to effectively represent and assist victims of juvenile crime and to, whenever possible, educate juvenile offenders by holding them responsible for their conduct while supporting services designed to educate and rehabilitate.