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Attorney General’s Office Congratulates Assistant AG Annette Jan on Confirmation as a Third District Juvenile Court Judge

March 11, 2020


SALT LAKE CITY (DATE) – The Office of the Utah Attorney General congratulates Assistant Attorney General Annette Jan as she is confirmed as a Third District Juvenile Court Judge and released the following statements:

“I have every confidence that Judge Jan will serve the Third District Court as an outstanding Juvenile Court Judge,” said Utah Attorney General Sean D. Reyes. “Based on her record with the Attorney General’s office, I know she will serve with compassion as she balances the protection of children and the rehabilitation of families. Congratulations, Annette!”
Carol Verdoia, Utah Attorney General Child Protection Division Director, said, “Annette’s unwavering dedication to the protection of the most vulnerable children in our community will serve the Juvenile Court well. The Attorney General’s Office has been blessed to have her for 16 years, and she will be missed. But I am filled with respect and admiration as I wish her the best at Third District Court.”


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AG Reyes Congratulates AAG Susan Eisenman on Appointment to Third District Juvenile Court

SALT LAKE CITY May 11, 2017 – The Office of the Attorney General released the following statement congratulating Utah Attorney General Division Director Susan Eisenman for her appointment by Governor Gary Herbert to the Third District Juvenile Court:

“Susan has been an amazing leader for our office and for the state and we are sad to see her leave,” said Attorney General Sean Reyes. “She is no-nonsense but fair and compassionate; meticulous yet remarkably efficient. Susan also possesses the rare combination of a brilliant legal mind, tremendous judgment and creativity in problem-solving and the ability to manage people in a most nurturing and productive way. Her clients, her division and all in the Utah Attorney General’s Office will feel her departure deeply. Nevertheless, we are thrilled by her appointment, and we know that she will serve the people of Utah from the bench with dignity, dedication, and brilliance, as she has throughout her career.”

Chief Civil Deputy Bridget Romano also commented: “I have known Susan Eisenman for several years now. She has been a trusted colleague, and one of my most valuable and creative managers. I cannot begin to fathom the hole that will be left in the office by her absence. The bench gains a tremendous legal mind and advocate for the interests of Utah’s children and the needs of the families. I wish Susan nothing but the best.”

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