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Former Clerk of Court Thibodeaux to begin serving sentence

Today 16th Judicial District Court Judge Lewis Pitman rejected a motion to allow former Iberia Parish Clerk of Court Michael Thibodeaux to serve his 30-month sentence on malfeasance in office charges under home incarceration, instead ordering him to report to the Iberia Parish Jail no later than 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to begin serving his sentence.
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Springfield News Sun

Longtime Clark County Municipal Court clerk dies

Guy Ferguson remembered for ‘volunteerism that will remain unmatched.’. Longtime Clark County Municipal Court Clerk Guy Ferguson, 71, of Springfield, died in his home Oct. 9, according to his obituary. Ferguson was the son of Guy and Laura (Swartzbaugh) Ferguson. He graduated in 1968 from Springfield South High School and...
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Successful Circuit Court Clerks conference held in Louisville

The Kentucky Association of Circuit Court Clerks (KACCC) Fall Conference was a big success this week in Louisville. The Administrative Office of the Courts hosted the conference. During the conference, circuit court clerks honored their longtime friend and colleague, Supreme Court Clerk Susan Stokley Clary (retired). Clary retired Feb. 1,...
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Court Clerk Will Not Seek Reelection

Susan Hicks will not seek reelection to a fourth-term as Moore County Clerk of Court, she announced Tuesday. Her pending retirement after 12 years in office will be effective Dec. 5, 2022. “I’ve been truly blessed. I am one of the lucky ones who never had to work a day...

Here Are New Convenient Ways to Contact Victoria Municipal Court

The City of Victoria Municipal Court is now offering super new convenient ways to get your questions answered with ease!. In fact, residents now have two new options for contacting Municipal Court staff to ask questions and get help with accessing court services. One of the common questions is "How much is my citation?" The new services can get your questions answered FAST!

Pandemic surge forces local court proceedings to go virtual

Jury trials in Montezuma and Dolores counties have been suspended, and court appearances must again be held virtually because of a surge in COVID-19 cases in the region, according an order from 22nd Judicial District Chief Judge Doug Walker. In his Oct. 6 order, Walker cited high frequency of COVID-19...
Post Register

County prosecuting attorney decries court restrictions

Idaho jury trials were put on hold again last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which Custer County Prosecuting Attorney Justin Oleson said further clogs a backed-up system. No new jury trials will be scheduled till after Dec. 6. The Idaho Supreme Court allowed jury trials to resume in March after suspending them for a year. The justices cited the recent spike in COVID-19 cases across Idaho, brought on by the Delta variant, as the reason for the latest round of courtroom restrictions.

Bryan Court Clerk named Certified Municipal Court Clerk, earns Level III Certification

Julie McGowan, a Warrant Technician-Deputy Clerk of the City of Bryan Municipal Court completed all of the requirements for Level III of the Municipal Court Clerk Certification Program and was awarded the title of Certified Municipal Court Clerk on Oct. 4, 2021, by the Texas Court Clerks Association (TCCA) in conjunction with the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center (TMCEC), the Texas Municipal Courts Association (TMCA), and Texas State University—San Marcos.

Where I Work: Rye City Court’s Judge Latwin

Where I Work showcases people who work in Rye. The feature is inspired in part by exploring how the pandemic has impacted our work environment and part by wanting to understand how and where people work inside the City of Rye. Today we meet Judge Joseph Latwin. Do you know...
Yankton Daily Press

DEPUTY COURT CLERK I - South Dakota Unified Judicial System

DEPUTY COURT CLERK I - YANKTON, SD. The South Dakota Unified Judicial System is hiring for a full-time benefited Deputy Court Clerk I in Yankton. The starting salary is $16.19 per hour, with the possibility of a 5% increase 6 months from start date. Duties include processing of case files from initial filing to final disposition according to procedural guidelines and rules; performing a wide variety of customer service tasks; and having.
Knox Pages

Former Mount Vernon Municipal Court Clerk pleads guilty to 2 felony counts

MOUNT VERNON -- Former Mount Vernon Municipal Court Clerk Stephanie Hardman pleaded guilty Thursday to felony counts of theft in office and tampering with evidence. The plea deal stemmed from an investigation by the Ohio Auditor of State’s Office in 2019, which alleged she had stolen over $7,000 from the court the year prior and had attempted to tamper with records related to the theft.