Fourth Judicial District Court Executive Appointed

Provo, UT—The Administrative Office of the Utah State Courts has appointed Shane Bahr as the trial court executive for the Fourth District Court, which includes Juab, Millard, Utah, and Wasatch counties. Mr. Bahr will replace Paul Vance who retired in late May.
As the court executive, Bahr will be responsible for the administration of district courts, which includes providing administrative support to 13 judges and managing support operations of about 90 professional and technical staff, case management, court facilities, and court security. In addition, the court executive develops, justifies, and manages the court budget.
Bahr previously worked for the Colorado Judicial Department where he served as program development manager and was responsible for statewide planning and oversight of problem solving courts, alternative dispute resolution, and probate programs. Prior to this, he worked for the department as a problem solving coordinator. Before his tenure with the Colorado court system, Bahr held probation and drug court-related positions in Madison County, Idaho.
Bahr received a bachelor’s degree from Idaho State University and dual master’s degrees in social work and legal administration from the University of Denver.

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