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6th District Juvenile Court - Piute County
845 East 300 North
Juvenile Court facilities in the 6th District are located in Kane, Sanpete, and Sevier Counties. The Richfield location in Sevier County houses the 6th District administrative offices.
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Utah Juvenile Court Information
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Utah Drug Courts
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