The Second District Court in Farmington, Utah is Davis County’s largest trial court and has general jurisdiction over a full range of criminal cases from misdemeanors to serious felonies.
The courthouse for the District Court is located south of Station Park and is part of the complex that also houses the Second District Juvenile Court as well as offices for the Davis County Attorney and Davis County Sheriff, and Jail. AP&P offices and the Farmington Bay Youth Facility (juvenile detention) are immediately to the west.
Location and Contact Information
Physical Address: 800 W State Street, Farmington, UT 84025|
Mailing Address: PO Box 769, Farmington, UT 84025
Regular Court Hours: 8 AM-5PM Monday-Friday
*** Note that the district court does not normally handle walk-in matters. If you believe that a warrant has been issued for your arrest, or if you missed a scheduled court date (i.e., failed to appear), you can be immediately arrested if you arrive unrepresented at court. Contact a good defense attorney right away for help determining your best course of action.
Second District Court Judges in Farmington
The following judges hold regular calendars in Farmington. Certain judges may also handle calendars in the Bountiful and Layton district court facilities.
- Judge Michael S. Edwards
- Judge Michael D. DiReda
- Judge Jennifer L. Valencia
- Judge Rita M. Cornish
- Judge David J. Williams
- Judge Blaine Rawson
- Judge Ronald G. Russell
The District Court in Farmington is considered to be a court of general jurisdiction, meaning that it can handle any level of misdemeanor or felony case. Cases involving only class B or class C misdemeanor charges are often filed in a local justice court. All class A misdemeanor and all felony charges must be filed in the district court.