About the County Clerk of the Court:

The County Clerk of the Court records the actions of the Superior Court in each session and makes them available for the public to access. The term is for four years.

The Basics of the County Clerk of the Court:

The County Clerk of the Court records the actions of the Superior Court in each session and makes them available for the public to access. Without giving any legal advice, the Clerk’s Office also helps the public maneuver through the court system in terms of documents and dockets. The term is for four years.

Detailed Rules and Responsibilities of the County Clerk of the Court:

The County Clerk of the Court records the actions of the Superior Court in each session and makes them available for the public to access. Without giving any legal advice, the Clerk’s Office also helps the public maneuver through the court system in terms of documents and dockets. It also processes U.S. Passport applications and issues and records marriage licenses. The Clerk’s Office disburses court-ordered fees, fines and restitutions. The term is for four years.


Additional Information

Definitions provided by Arizona State University Morrison Institute for Public Policy.