The Clerk of Court is elected by County voters to a 4-year term.
Court of Common Pleas
The Clerk of Court is the official record keeper for all matters relating to the criminal division of the Court of Common Pleas. All documents pertinent to a criminal court case must be filed with the Clerk of Court. All records, with the exception of records involving juveniles, are open for public view.
The Clerk of Court staff are trained professionals; however, they are prohibited from giving any legal advice. Information regarding legal procedures may be obtained in any law library.
Dennis E. Lebo, Clerk of Court
Casey J. Hancock, First Deputy
Lori A. Glesner, Cost Collection Manager
David E. Hershey, Esq., Solicitor
Recording and maintenance of juvenile records
Appeal from Summary Convictions
Processing of appeals to state appellate courts
Processing bail paperwork
Assessment, collection and distribution of fines, costs and restitution
Reporting dispositions of criminal cases to state agencies