Who is the clerk of courts for Franklin County?
Maryellen O’Shaughnessy – Franklin County Clerk of Courts.
How do I find out if I have a warrant in Franklin County?
Here is how you check: outstanding warrants are public records which can be found using Franklin County Municipal Clerk Lori Tyack’s Court Access and Search Engine (CASE). Follow the instructions and fill out the search form with First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, and any other applicable information.
Who is the county clerk of Franklin County?
The Clerk is elected to a four-year term by the electorate of Franklin County. The Honorable Michael J. Killian was elected in 2001 and has been re-elected since then. The responsibilities of the Clerk are established by the State Constitution, State Statutes, State Court Rules, and Applicable Local Court Rules.
Where can I find Franklin County Court files?
Any public or private organization or individual (s) wishing to obtain data files from the Franklin County Clerk of Court’s Office must submit a Public Records Request that can be accessed via our website (clerk.franklincountyohio.gov).
What is the jurisdiction of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas?
Welcome The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas – General Division has original jurisdictional authority over all felony cases and all civil cases in which the sum or matter in dispute exceeds $15,000. If you are looking for case information, please access the Franklin County Clerk of Courts – Case information online.
Is there a job at Franklin County municipal court?
The Franklin County Municipal Court Clerk’s Office currently has job openings available. Please use the link below to navigate to the Clerk’s employment page to view more information. The Franklin County Municipal Court currently has a job opening available.