Davis County is now releasing a digital monthly newsletter called the Davis County Connector!
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800 West State Street
Farmington, Utah 84025
M - F 8am to 5pm
For a complete list of Attorney Contacts please click below.
The mission of the Davis County Attorney’s Office is to uphold the public’s trust in the pursuit of justice and enforcement of the law.
Investigates claims of factual innocence presented by defendants who were convicted in Davis County
View phone numbers and websites for police agencies in Davis County.
View a PDF form calendar of the Davis County Justice Courts hearings.
View Frequently Asked Questions in the Attorney’s Office.
Serves children 17 years of age or younger who are victims of alleged sexual or physical abuse.
The Davis County Attorney's office is primarily guided in all prosecutorial activities by the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Utah.
Divorce, adoption, eviction, class A misdemeanors, or felonies.
If you would like copies of records possessed by the Davis County Attorney's Office you must submit a written GRAMA Request.
Our Purpose | Support Law Enforcement
Our Purpose | Prosecute high priority cases
Our Purpose | Provide Quality Representation
Our Purpose | Interact with State Legislature
We do not give Other Legal Advice or Representation: Even though we are attorneys for the County, our role does not include providing general legal advice or representation to the public. Please contact a private attorney with legal concerns
not related to what we do (as listed above). We do not represent or advise people in civil disputes among private parties, in domestic cases such as divorce or child custody, in obtaining protective orders ( Please click here for Safe Harbor in Kaysville), or in other types of cases.
View the Prosecution Function in the Criminal Justice standards defined by the American Bar Association.
The Davis County Attorney's office is primarily guided in all prosecutorial activities by the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Utah. In addition, our policy manual includes the Utah Code and Utah Rules of Criminal Procedure.
To the extent that they are consistent with the policies and procedures outlined in the above cited documents, the Davis County Attorney's Office has also adopted the National District Attorney's Association (NDAA) and American Bar Association (ABA) standards
P.O. Box 772, Kaysville, UT 84037 Office: (801) 444-9161
The National District Attorneys Association has listed our National Prosecution Standars.