P.O. Box 12
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
We hope that you will find the following information useful in using the Clerkís office. The entire staff is ready to assist you in any way. Please call or come by our office if the information you desire is not found in this document.
The Clerk is an Elected Constitutional official who performs as an officer of the court, the manager of court information, and the chief financial office for all revenues collected on behalf of the court.
In Indiana, the Clerk is also the official who oversees and conducts all elections as a member of the Election Board. The Clerks also serve on the County Commission on Public Records, and in some jurisdictions are the Jury Administrators.
The responsibilities of the Clerk are many and varied. In general, the Clerk is responsible for maintaining all of the records of the County courts that operate in their county. This includes:
- Filing the Record of judgments and orders which serves as the historical record of the courtís verbatim orders.
- Preparation of the Judgments and Orders which serves as the historical record of the courtís verbatim orders.
- Maintaining the Chronological Case Summary which is a sequential record of all of the judicial events in a case.