The ACLU of Utah accepts civil liberties complaints and requests for assistance. Because of our limited resources and the amount of complaints and requests for legal information we receive, we often have to make difficult choices when deciding on the types of issues that we can adequately address. We are unable to accept walk in appointments or answer legal questions over the phone. We usually are not able to respond to emergency situations.
|KNOW YOUR RIGHTS|
|WHAT TO DO IF YOU HAVE A COMPLAINT AGAINST:|
|A PRISON OR JAIL||A PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITY||LAW ENFORCEMENT|
|SUBMIT A COMPLAINT TO THE ACLU|
|NON-ACLU ORGANIZATION AND FREE OR LOW-COST RESOURCES|
If you would like the ACLU of Utah to review your case, request for assistance, or civil liberties complaint, please submit something in writing for us to review. You may call (801) 521-9862 ext 104 and leave your name and mailing address so we can send you an information packet that includes the appropriate form.
You may also find this information and fill out an online form for us to review. We will notify you if we determine we are able to assist you or if we need further information. This process will probably take six weeks or more.
Please note that by accepting this complaint or request for information the ACLU is not undertaking your legal representation and is not responsible for meeting any statute of limitations restrictions in your case.
You should be aware that there is a limited time in which legal action may be pursued, sometimes referred to as a statute of limitations. You may want to contact an attorney for advice about preserving any rights that you may have.