The Circuit Clerk is responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of the court; collecting, accounting for and disbursing all monies paid into the court; and performing other duties as necessary, to assist the court in performing it’s duties.
Some of the duties of a court clerk are:
- Receive, process, and maintain the judgments, rules, orders and all other proceedings of the court.
- Issue process: summons, subpoenas, executions, garnishments, sequestrations, judgments, orders and commitments.
- Collect and disburse fines and costs.
- Collect and disburse other monies paid into court as ordered by the court.
- Preserve the court seal and other property of the office.
- Provide uniform case reporting.
- Enter all case records into state system for child support collection.
The Texas County Circuit Clerk’s Office is comprised of 7 different divisions:
The office is located in the Justice Center on the second floor. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office honors state and federal holidays.
To access public case information, please
- Go here
- Click on the link on the Missouri Judiciary homepage case.net.
- Selecting search for cases in the 25th Judicial Circuit results in real-time data, meaning once the information is entered in the Circuit Clerk’s office it is live on case.net.
- Selecting search in All Participating Courts in the State of Missouri there can be a lag in data up to 3 hours.
Please be aware the Circuit Clerk’s Office employees are prohibited by law from responding to requests for legal advice. All such requests should be made directly with a licensed attorney.