Warrants are issued by courts, considered court records and generally public information. It's free and open to look up warrants online in Utah with an online warrant search. You can find the free warrant search on some, if not all sheriff department websites.
The Utah department of public safety provides an open search of warrants statewide. The search is based on the person's first and last name. Warrant details show the case number, court name, charges and age.
Check the police department which made the arrest directly. The process in requesting them is on their site with forms. Other wise, if the case went to court, sometimes you can find the police report in the case's file.
Check crime mapping, they show many different types of incidents and reports that are not criminal, it's worth trying before hiring a private service to check.
Utah's state court pages clarifies issues concerning divorces and records of. Here's an excerpt from their webpage: "The parties are not divorced until the judge signs the decree." Following the divorce process stated on this page gives you insight on how and where to request different types of documentation. After April of 2012, Utah put restrictions to public access regarding divorce records. According to the state's court website, divorces can no longer be viewed or copied by the general public. However, there are exceptions, orders and decrees are still public. Search: Utah courts how to divorce. The government website should come up on the serps.
Go to the Utah court main page https://www.utcourts.gov/ look for the records tab, click on that and go to the courts records exchange where you can view cases, this is from that page [Images of public documents filed in district court cases are available for purchase]. Make sure to read the coverage and what you can view by requesting that search first.
Use the Utah Division of State History https://heritage.utah.gov/history/cemeteries Look for the link: Search for a Person Buried in Utah, on the left side under cemeteries and burials. There is the option of searching by the person's name or by cemetery. You will probably not see the cause of death, but you will see the date of death, burial and location along with few other details.
Viewing charges alone, without conviction is different from criminal records. There are many entities that will be able to obtain criminal records and provide them for a fee. Arrest reports are kept by police departments and provided by requesting the official incident report (or any other term used to describe police reports). Police departments maintain records divisions within their departments to service public requests. Although arrest records are deemed public record, there are restrictions in obtaining them by the general public. If you are not looking for an official report, there are other means of obtaining information about arrests. News organizations, many of which are easily found online, publish recent arrests (you can choose earlier publications also), the charges are often written into list of names with photos. Local law enforcement agencies make a majority of the arrests across Utah, an inmate search (when available) will produce a list with information of persons in custody. The inmate search and many of online published news of arrestees are free to search by the public.
There are two steps that can be taken which can be helpful to your search. Since the approximate location is known, the offense may show on crime maps. The results from the crime mapping will tell you the arresting agency and little more information. Thereafter, you can go to the arresting department’s website. Many police operated websites have an online roster of their inmates in custody.
In most venues, calendar information is freely available online. This is not case information but can show you any other hearings that are upcoming appearing on the calendar.
There are two basic approaches when looking for recorded information about a company doing business in Utah. After typing in Utah public records or Utah business records using search engines, you will probably look over the organic listing since they will seem to offer the best value and more likely to have free sources online. If you're doing a search using Google you will see a lot of the same listing, usually sites that rank high in their algorithms and other search engines will have a variety of what they feel is the most relevant with public and private sources. Many private sources are not aiming to profit from visitors using free tools on their sites and therefore you can be better served than a public agency. Public agencies can also have fees as budget restraints are shifting many of the costs to the people using the sources directly. Fees by agencies are generally low and is aimed at covering some of the costs incurred with record keeping. There are private sources that will provide information about a particular entity and it is essential to check the coverage of what they look at and from where. Browsing online looking for information by yourself is more challenging than simply looking at coverage, you will need to find good sources, know where and how to obtain a particular company's information. The Division of Corporations offers the public a free search of entities doing business in Utah. You can conduct a search based on the business name, number. executive name or search hints. You can see how to search for a certificate of existence, locate filed paperwork, see the management staff of a company and find executives. Once you have entered the required information, usually just the entity name will be enough, you will see the status, type and the city where the company is doing business. If you still need more information, the state also offers a details page listing address, name and location of registered agent, date of registration and more. Do not skip the pages without at least browsing at it. The details will tell you where the business originated from and furthermore on the same page you will notice date of initial registration. This can tell you how long the company has been in business. When doing the search by yourself, you will need to use other sources in various sites across the web. The Utah Department of Commerce offers visitors to its site UCC searches, also know as Uniform Commercial Code filings. This is also a free search and provides the anyone access to its UCC filings by organization name, individual's name, filing number and debtor or organization number. You will be able to view the debtor's information and address which can be used to better verify the intended company, secured party information, dates, filing status, history and other details about collateral description and more. You can search further about a company by looking up court records for litigation involving the entity you will be doing business with. The Utah state courts similar to many other state courts offers access to court records of civil filings throughout its system. This is where you will need to pay some reasonable fees in obtaining public information provided by the state. When looking for information about an entity versus an individual or private party, the data will be more available of the company due to privacy issues affecting persons more than companies. The search however can be easily conducted from your computer and the response time is relatively fast. More current records such as weekly reports and calendars are free and instant but may not go far back enough. You may also have to access archived information for cases that could have been filed previous to the time span covered by the court's services.