Bourbon County is part of the 6th Judicial District of Kansas. Bourbon County District Court Records are available here . If you have further information, please contact Rhonda Cole, District Court Clerk, at 620-223-0780.
The Clerk of Court and staff are available to answer questions and assist with all methods of accessing the court’s services at 509-458-5300 during business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). The court’s mailing address is POB 2164, Spokane, WA, 99210-2164.
Completed applications can be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 608.366.1809, or mailed/dropped off to the County Executive Center at 124 N Court Street, Sparta, WI 54656. If you have any questions regarding the job openings listed below please call the Personnel Department at 608.269.8720.
ADA Coordinator. Julie Fette 319-398-3920 (1105) firstname.lastname@example.org. Chief Juvenile Court Officer. Christopher Wyatt 319-398-3545
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Clerk of Court. 227 South 6th Street P.O. Box 476 Council Bluffs, IA 51502 Phone: 712-328-5604 Fax: 712-328-4810 Case Scheduling
Next to the District Court (behind the Circuit Court) on Antietam Street, there are two parking choices. To the left of the District Court there is a lot for $3.00 per hour (worth avoiding unless you can find nowhere else). To the right of the District Court is public parking that costs $0.50 per half hour and has a 3-hour limit.
On March 22, 2016, following his primary election victory, Ryan D. Larson was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott as judge of the 395th District Court. Judge Larson was sworn in on April 4, 2016. U.S. Congressman John Carter, a former district court judge, administered the oath of office at the standing-room only event.
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