The Clerk of the Court is the official record keeper and fiduciary agent for the Superior Court. The Clerk of the Court responsibilities are:
To provide public access to the records of the Superior Court in Navajo County.
To attend each Superior Court proceeding to record the actions of the court and prepare minute entries for distribution to appropriate parties.
To receive filings for initiating Superior Court actions in civil, criminal, mental health, probate, family court matters, juvenile matters which include delinquency, dependency, adoption and severance cases and limited jurisdiction court appeals.
THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK:
The Clerk of the Superior Court is the record keeper for the Court, as well as the collector of all fees, fines, bonds, and restitution. The Clerk’s Office is the first stop in initiating any Superior Court action in Child Support, Civil (Passport, Marriage License, Protection Order, Divorce/Dissolution, Legal Records), Criminal (Appeals), Probate (Guardianship and Conservatorship), Mental Health, Tax or Domestic Relations Matters (Conciliation and Mediation, Paternity/Maternity). The Superior Court also oversees Juvenile Court filings such as Adoption, Dependency, Severance, and Delinquency Actions
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Roles/Responsibilities of Court Staff
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to provide access to the courts
to provide customer service
Coconino County Superior Court
Roles & Responsibilities
The Superior Court:
Hears cases involving real property, civil claims of $10,000 or more, felony prosecutions and misdemeanors not otherwise provided for by law, probate matters, and divorce matters.
Hears appeals in criminal matters from lower courts (justice and municipal).Please note: The Juvenile Court has jurisdiction over most proceedings involving dependency, delinquency, or incorrigibility of persons under 18.