Tooele City Attorney
90 North Main Street
Tooele, UT 84074
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the City Attorney's Office do?
Who does the City Attorney represent?
Does the City Attorney represent the public?
Can the City Attorney represent me?
My landlord has given me an eviction notice. What can I do?
I want a copy of City records. How do I get them?
I had a sewer backup. Will the City pay?
The City did something that damaged me or my property. What recourse do I have?
Follow the instructions carefully, and provide as much information as possible. Most frequently, we will forward your claim to the City’s insurance company for investigation and a determination of fault. Generally, the City is not at fault unless the City was negligent. The City’s insurance company adjuster will contact you about your claim. Tooele City will not pay a claim unless it is determined that the City was negligent.
I ruined my car tire and rim on a pot hole. Will the City pay?
I am a victim of a crime. Who can answer my questions?
I am a crime victim. Can the City Attorney's Office represent me during the prosecution of the perpetrator?
I have been abused by my domestic partner. Can you help me?
I think a child is being abused or neglected, or in danger of being abused or neglected. What should I do?
I have been charged with a crime. What should I do?
I can’t afford to hire a lawyer. What should I do?
Do I get to choose which lawyer the Court appoints for me?
I have a court date? What should I do?
What is a pre-trial conference?
Can I speak with a prosecutor prior to the pre-trial conference?
How do I get criminal charges dropped?
How can I get my arrest or conviction expunged?
I am a real estate developer. Do I need to post a bond with my project for things like streets and water lines?
Disclaimer: The City Attorney’s Office represents Tooele City Corporation and cannot give legal advice to individual members of the public.