Events

  • Commission Meeting Dec 10, 2020

    Public is welcome.

    Commission meets at the Indigent Defense Commission office
    370 E South Temple, Suite 500
    Salt Lake City

    2 PM – 4 PM

    Participation by telephone, call 1-877-820-7831; pin 367584

    Agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.

  • Commission Meeting Nov 19, 2020

    Public is welcome.

    Commission meets at the Indigent Defense Commission office
    370 E South Temple, Suite 500
    Salt Lake City

    2 PM – 4 PM

    Participation by telephone, call 1-877-820-7831; pin 367584

    Agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.

  • Free IDC Webinar Friday, Oct. 30 at Noon: “2020 Bail and Pre-trial Release Amendments (HB 206)

    Rep. Stephanie Pitcher and Keisa Williams will talk about history of bail in Utah and developments that led to passing HB 206, Bail and Pre-trial Release Amendments, which goes into effect Oct. 1.

  • Free IDC Webinar Friday, Oct. 16 at Noon: “A Look at New Sentencing Guidelines”

    Monica Diaz, director of the Sentencing Commission, will review new sentencing guidelines and talk about how to use new forms and tools effectively.

  • Commission Meeting Oct 15, 2020

    Public is welcome.

    Commission meets at the Indigent Defense Commission office
    370 E South Temple, Suite 500
    Salt Lake City

    2 PM – 4 PM

    Participation by telephone, call 1-877-820-7831; pin 367584

    Agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.

  • Commission Meeting Sep 17, 2020

    Public is welcome.

    I, Sam Alba, the Chair of the Indigent Defendant Commission (IDC) hereby find that conducting IDC meetings at an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety to those who may be present at the anchor location. The President of the United States, the Governor of Utah, the County Health Department, the Mayor of Salt Lake County, the Mayor of Salt Lake City, and the World Health Organization have all recognized a global pandemic currently exists related to the new strain of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. This pandemic may be easily transmitted, and it has spread globally, including throughout Utah. This has caused a state of emergency to be declared. The IDC will not provide an anchor location during this state of emergency but will ensure that notice to the public contains information regarding how a member of the public may participate in an electronic meeting. This determination not to meet in an anchor location shall be valid for thirty days.

    Instructions to join the meeting electonically, agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.

  • Free IDC Webinar Sept. 11 at Noon: “The Professionalism Counseling Board: What It Is, How It Operates, and Why You Should Care”

    Christopher Von Maack, chair of the Professionalism Counseling Board, will discuss the Board’s role and operations described in Rule 14-303 and how the Board affects attorneys and their practice of law. 1 hour of professionalism/civility CLE approved.

  • Commission Meeting Sept. 9 at 3 PM

    Public is welcome.

    Indigent Defense Commission will discuss new FY21 funding.

    I, Sam Alba, the Chair of the Indigent Defendant Commission (IDC), hereby find that conducting IDC meetings at an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety to those who may be present at the anchor location. The President of the United States, the Governor of Utah, the County Health Department, the Mayor of Salt Lake County, the Mayor of Salt Lake City, and the World Health Organization have all recognized a global pandemic currently exists related to the new strain of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. This pandemic may be easily transmitted, and it has spread globally, including throughout Utah. This has caused a state of emergency to be declared. The IDC will not provide an anchor location during this state of emergency but will ensure that notice to the public contains information regarding how a member of the public may participate in an electronic meeting. This determination not to meet in an anchor location shall be valid for thirty days.

    Instructions to join the meeting electonically, agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.

  • Commission Meeting Aug 20, 2020

    Public is welcome.

    I, Sam Alba, the Chair of the Indigent Defendant Commission (IDC) hereby find that conducting IDC meetings at an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety to those who may be present at the anchor location. The President of the United States, the Governor of Utah, the County Health Department, the Mayor of Salt Lake County, the Mayor of Salt Lake City, and the World Health Organization have all recognized a global pandemic currently exists related to the new strain of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. This pandemic may be easily transmitted, and it has spread globally, including throughout Utah. This has caused a state of emergency to be declared. The IDC will not provide an anchor location during this state of emergency but will ensure that notice to the public contains information regarding how a member of the public may participate in an electronic meeting. This determination not to meet in an anchor location shall be valid for thirty days.

    Instructions to join the meeting electonically, agenda, audio recording, and other meeting materials are available on the Utah Public Notice website.