clerk of the court

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Charley stepped up to the clerk of the court. "I want to pay that fine," he said, at the same time placing five twenty-dollar gold pieces on the desk.
Alvarez-Sowles has been serving in this role as the Ad Interim Pasco County Clerk of the Court and Comptroller since July.
In vacant single sala Regional Trial Courts (RTCs) where the court of the acting presiding judge is very far from the court concerned, any urgent election matter shall be referred for appropriate action by the clerk of the court to the executive judge of the nearest court or station.
"I am honored to be selected as the clerk of the court, and I hope to build on Bessie Decker's legacy of excellence," Johnson, an attorney, said in a statement.
The application is available at each division's office of the Clerk of the Court or at www.flmd.uscourts.gov.
The Missouri Court of Appeals Southern District said Monday that Craig Street will become its next clerk of the court. Street is the Springfield-based Southern Districts staff counsel.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal as Clerk of the Court on this 11th day of September, 2017.
The 37-year-old, from Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, who at the time of the alleged offence was the bookkeeper of the Newtownabbey Linfield Supporters Club, replied "not guilty" when the charge was put to him by the clerk of the court.
Travis asked the clerk of the court: "Can I ask that you speak up or get near the microphone as I'm having a hard time hearing you."
Hall was asked by the clerk of the court if he understood that he faced three separate charges of indecent assault and if he wanted to enter a plea.
" One magistrate told us that violation of a protection order is a criminal offence and this makes people respect it, a clerk of the court said.
After a jury was sworn in at Bradford Crown Court late yesterday afternoon the clerk of the court told them that Booth had pleaded not guilty to the allegation.