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Judges' Biographies

EIGHTH DISTRICT JUVENILE COURT JUDGES


PRESIDING JUDGE RYAN B. EVERSHED

PRESIDING JUDGE RYAN B. EVERSHED

Judge Ryan B. Evershed was appointed to the Eighth District Juvenile Court in August 2013 by Gov. Gary R. Herbert. He serves Duchesne, Uintah, and Daggett counties. Judge Evershed gained valuable experience in Juvenile Court when he represented the Child Protection Division of the Utah Attorney General's Office in court cases involving child abuse, neglect, and dependency. In 2008, Judge Evershed opened his own practice, which specialized in family, criminal, and juvenile law. Judge Evershed received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toledo College of Law. 5/15 

JUDGE JEFFRY ROSS

Judge Jeffry K. Ross was appointed to the Eighth District Juvenile Court by Governor Spencer J. Cox in May 2021. He serves Duchesne, Uintah and Daggett counties. Judge Ross received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Constitutional Studies from Utah State University in 2006, graduating magna cum laude. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law in 2011, graduating with high honors. During law school, Judge Ross served as the Executive Symposium Editor of the Utah Law Review. Prior to his appointment, Judge Ross was the managing attorney for the Vernal, Utah branch of Stowell, Crayk & Bown, PLLC, practicing in the areas of child welfare, juvenile delinquency, divorce, custody, criminal defense and immigration law. 

The Utah State Courts mission is to provide the people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law.

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