Civil Department accepts filings for new complaints, issues service of summonses, maintains pleadings filed in each case, and issues subpoenas to witnesses when a case is ready for trial. Judgment liens including sales and personal income tax liens are also filed with the Civil Department.
Criminal Department receives and maintains all files for felony case proceedings and executes necessary documents in each phase of the criminal justice process including indictments, arraignments, issuance of subpoenas, and filing notices of appeal.
Domestic Relations Department is responsible for filing, docketing, and distribution of court papers pertaining to divorce, dissolution of marriage, Civil Protection Orders, Civil Stalking Orders, and foreign support orders.
Second District Court of Appeals is served by the Clerk in the responsibility for receiving, filing, and conveying all appeals filed from trial courts in the county.
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Melissa M. Tuttle, Clerk of Courts
Common Pleas Court Clark County, Ohio
2022 Holiday Schedule
For the year 2022, under the authority of Section 325.19(D) O.R.C., all County Offices may observe holidays as follows:
|Friday||December 31, 2021||New Year’s Day|
|Monday||January 17||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Monday||February 21||Presidents’ Day|
|Monday||May 30||Memorial Day|
|Monday||July 4||Independence Day|
|Monday||September 5||Labor Day|
|Monday||October 10||Columbus Day|
|Friday||November 11||Veterans Day|
|Thursday||November 24||Thanksgiving Day|
|Friday||November 25||Day After Thanksgiving Holiday|
|Friday||December 23||Christmas Eve Holiday|
|Monday||December 26||Christmas Holiday|
|Friday||December 30||New Year's Eve Holiday|
- Dating CPO Packet (PDF)
- Civil Stalking Order Packet (PDF)
- Domestic Violence Protection Order Packet (PDF)
NOTE: CPO Forms are now being filed at the Clark County Title Office, located in the A.B. Graham Building, 55 East Columbia Street in Springfield.