Circuit Clerk’s Role in Court System
The Circuit Clerk’s Office is the official record keeper of the court. The Circuit Clerk is authorized by statute to collect various fees, fines, and costs associated with cases and and disburse payments of deposits, such as bonds and restitution.
The Circuit Clerk’s Office is responsible for all papers filed in the office. This means the Clerk’s office is the registrar, recorder and custodian of all pleadings, documents and funds pertaining to cases filed in the Circuit Court.
Various forms and resources are available on the West Virginia Judiciary website to assist individuals in filing of some court cases
Jury service is not only an obligation. It is a privilege and a right.
There is no more vital work a citizen can perform in the exercise of self-government than honest and conscientious jury duty. Service as a juror is as important as that of the judge, and a trial juror should take great personal satisfaction in the fact that an important service has been rendered. Indeed, the effectiveness of our system of justice is measured by the integrity and dedication of the jurors in our courts.
Jury lists are selected every two years using WV Driver’s License List for Mineral County and Registered Voter Lists.
For more information on on Jury Duty and questions you may have visit West Virginia Judiciary-Jury Duty:Frequently Asked Questions page.