The Centerville Justice Court has jurisdiction over class C and class B misdemeanor level charges that occur within the city limits of Centerville, Utah. Offenses commonly prosecuted in Utah’s justice court system include domestic violence, DUI, drug charges, theft, and many traffic-related charges. Felony and class A misdemeanors must be filed in the district court.
Penalties for a single class B misdemeanor can include up to 180 days in jail. A class C misdemeanor is punishable by up to 90 days in jail. Depending on the level and number of charges, fines imposed by the justice court can reach into the thousands. When a jail sentence is suspended, the justice court can impose probation conditions including supervision, GPS monitoring, community service, drug testing, counseling and treatment, and other conditions determined by the court to be relevant.
The consequences of even a single misdemeanor conviction can be serious. If you are facing prosecution in Centerville or anywhere in Utah, having an experienced criminal defense attorney in your corner is the best way to ensure that your rights are protected. Contact us today to see how we can help you.
Contact Information for the Centerville Justice Court
The judge presiding over the Centerville Justice Court is Judge David L. Miller. The physical and mailing address for the Centerville Justice Court is 250 North Main, Centerville, UT 84014-1824. The phone number for the court is 801-295-8344. The court’s fax number is 801-294-0459.