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What services does my county court clerk provide?
Oklahoma court clerks primary responsibility is to record, file, and maintain as permanent records the proceedings of the district court. Some of the other services that court clerks provide include:
- Civil - damage equity, writs (court order) and civil cases, injunctions and garnishments
- Criminal - felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic violations and wildlife violations
- Probate - guardianship, mental health, adoption, and other judicial determination cases
- Juvenile - matters of the children's court
- Domestic Relations - divorces, separations, annulments, emergency protective orders, income assignments, and paternity cases
- Small Claims - cases involving claims or damages, including garnishments, recovery of personal property, and recovery of money based on a contract or tort
- Passport - process passport and cost administrators
- Licenses - Issuance and filing of marriage licenses, death certificates, minister's credentials, beverage licenses, process servers licenses, transient merchant licenses
- Scheduling - courts dockets, both criminal and civil, motion dockets, and jury duty
Not all services are conducted at all County Clerk Offices. Please contact your counties' court clerk's office for information about their services.
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