Monday – Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Judge Brook Sessions
Lindon City Justice Court Judge
COURT HEARINGS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - Call the Court Clerk to schedule an appointment
Court is held on Thursdays only and starts promptly at 9:00 A.M. You may schedule an appointment with the court clerk at (801) 785-1971. The Judge is seen by appointment only. Please don’t be late. Court starts on time.
COURT HOUSE RULES
PAYING COURT FEES
Pay in person:
Appear at the Lindon Justice Court located at 100 N State Street, Monday – Friday (excluding most state & national holidays) between the hours of 8 am – 5:00 pm. Please Note: There will be a 3% service charge for all payments made by card; there will be no fee assessed for cash payments.
Pay by phone:
Payment by credit card can be made over the phone by calling (801) 785-1971, Monday – Friday (excluding most state and national holidays) between the hours of 8 am – 5:00 pm. Please Note: There will be a 3% service charge for all payments made by card.
Do NOT pay your ticket online if you plan to take Traffic School.
The Lindon City Justice Court offers Traffic School for minor traffic violations to those who qualify. Traffic School is available online and has two benefits: it removes the points on your license from the traffic violation, and the traffic violation is dismissed.
If you are interested in Traffic School, you MUST contact the Lindon Justice Court to verify that you qualify. You must register with the Lindon Justice Court before you are allowed to take traffic school. Please note that you may not take Traffic School without first signing up with the court clerk. The cost for Traffic School is $60.00 in addition to the fine for the ticket. Court hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The court is located at 100 North State Street, Lindon, UT 84042, and can be contacted at (801) 785-1971.
Please note that a Seat Belt Violation, a Vehicle Registration Violation, and a No Insurance or No Proof of Insurance Violation are NOT moving violations and do NOT qualify for Traffic School.
*You might qualify for Lindon City Traffic School if you were cited for a moving violation (e.g. speeding, following too closely, etc.) and—
*Please note that this list is not exhaustive. Please contact the court to verify that you qualify for Traffic School.
Please call the court at (801) 785-1971 if you would like to sign up for Traffic School
Fix-it tickets need to be signed off by an Officer then turned into the court within 14 days of the violation to be eligible for dismissal. You can submit a fix-it ticket for dismissal, Monday – Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please contact the court with further questions regarding your fix-it ticket.
If your vehicle was registered at the time of the citation you may be eligible for a dismissal. You may also be eligible for a dismissal if your registration was less than 2 months past due at the time of citation, and the registration has been brought current within 14 days of the violation. Proof of current valid registration along with proof that the registration was paid needs to be provided to the court within 14 days of the violation to be eligible for dismissal.
If you have questions, you can contact the court at (801) 785-1971.
A violation of No Proof of Insurance can be dismissed when verification in the form of a letter is presented to the court with the following required information:
Present this letter in person or mail it to:
Lindon Justice Court
100 North Center Street
Lindon, Utah 84042
If you can provide the above letter, you can also have your agent fax the letter to (801) 785-4336. If the letter is faxed, you must call the court at (801) 785-1971 to verify that the letter was received.
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
The City of Lindon Justice Court is excited to join the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) pilot project on April 15, 2021. If you will be filing a small claims case with our court on April 15, 2021 or later, you will need to complete specific ODR forms. These forms are found below. You can also come to the Lindon Justice Court and we can provide them for you.
The City of Lindon Justice Court has jurisdiction over small claims cases if the defendant (person being sued) resides in Lindon City or the debt arose within the Lindon City limits.
Small claims can be filed for a claim up to $11,000. The claim must be for actual damages (can’t file for treble damages).
The fee to file a small claims case is as follows:
After the case is filed with the court, the plaintiff (person filing the claim) is responsible to serve the defendant notice of the suit.
Step 1. Go to https://bci.utah.gov/expungements/ to learn about the process, and apply for expungement.
Step 2. Once you have received your certificates of expungement you will need to fill out paperwork for EACH certificate.
Step 3. Bring in filled out paperwork and certificate to the court.
Step 4. The court will contact you once the Judge has signed off on the expungement and let you know your next steps with us, which will include payment and number of copies you will need.
Step 5. You will need to provide paperwork of expungement to all agencies. It is YOUR responsibility to serve the Expungement order to ALL of the affected agencies. You will receive 4-5 copies of the order to distribute as follows:
If you live out of state, then you must submit a 9” x 12” self-addressed and stamped envelope. The Court will return the certified copies to you for distribution.
*Please note that until each agency receives the completed and certified packet, the case is not expunged in that agency.
FINE AND FEE INFORMATION
Court fines and fees are established through recommended guidelines from the Uniform Fine/Bail Schedule. A judge is not obligated to set the fine in the amount listed but can set the fine in an appropriate amount given the facts and circumstances of each case (including the individual’s prior record).
You may contact the court for an estimated fine/fee on your citation. Please be aware that the estimated cost given to you will be based on the Uniform Fine/Bail Schedule and the information you provide. Actual amounts of a citation are determined by the violation once it is entered into the court computer system or set by the justice court judge. Citations may include an accident, delinquent and/or warrant enhancement.
You now have the option to Pay your ticket online here. If you would like to take advantage of the traffic school option, please contact the Court prior to paying your citation online.