(435) 563-6226       info@smithfieldcity.org

96 South Main
Smithfield, UTAH 84335
(435) 792-7987




Welcome to the web page for the Smithfield Municipal Justice Court


  • The Smithfield Municipal Justice Court hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Monday through Friday and our regular Court session is 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.
  • The Court handles Class B and Class C misdemeanors, infractions, and civil claims of $7,500 or less.

Marriage ceremonies are performed ONLY by appointment.




Smithfield Traffic Citation Information

Your CITATION is Your Notice to Appear in Court.

You will NOT receive a courtesy bail notice or additional documents from the Court before a late fee and/or arrest warrant is issued.  It is YOUR responsibility to contact the Court in not less than 5 days and not more than 14 days from the date you received your citation.

Unless your offense is listed in the Uniform Fine and Bail Schedule as a "Mandatory Appearance" offense, you may forfeit bail instead of coming to court.  If your offense is listed as a "Mandatory Appearance" offense, you must appear in court before the Judge to resolve your case.  If your offense is not listed, you must contact the Court Clerk for further information.

Click  here  to view the Uniform Fine and Bail Schedule  (This link takes you to the Utah State Court web site.)

If your charge(s) is not a "Mandatory Appearance" offense, and you wish to forfeit bail instead of appearing in Court mail payment for the full bail amount with a copy of your citation to:  Smithfield Municipal Justice Court, 96 South Main, Smithfield, UT 84335. The phone number is (435) 792-7987.  Keep a copy of all documents, checks, etc for your records.

If you wish to forfeit bail, payment must be received within 14 days after the issuance of the citation or you may contact the Court Clerk to make other arrangements or to pay with a credit card over the phone.


Court Staff:

Terry K. Moore, Judge

Judge Moore has served as the Smithfield Justice Court Judge since April, 1990 and as Wellsville Justice Court Judge from March, 1994 to June 1995; and continuously since March, 1997. After serving 9 years in the US Air Force he returned to college and graduated with a B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Utah. He has attended the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. He has served as District 1 Education Director, the Justice Court Education Committee, and the Curriculum Development Subcommittee.


Jodie Mack, Court Clerk

Jodie has served as the Smithfield Justice Court Clerk since November 2010.  She previously worked at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Office Administration and as a Production Assistant for scheduling in the manufacturing department.  She attends annual training and conferences or Court Clerks in the State of Utah and is the Terminal Agency Coordinator for the Bureau of Criminal Identification.