I am pleased to welcome you to our web site, which is designed to offer information about the Circuit Clerk's office and help you to utilize the services and resources the Circuit Court Clerk and the 11th Judicial Circuit provide.
The Court Clerk is a constitutional officer elected every four years by the voters of Logan County. The duties and responsibilities of the Circuit Court Clerk are established by state statute, the Illinois Supreme Court and the local rules of the 11th Judicial Circuit.
The Circuit Clerk's primary function is to establish, maintain and keep all records of the court and the official court seal. In addition, the Court Clerk serves as the administrative arm of the Court and is responsible for all financial duties relating to the Court system. All monies owed to the Court are collected and distributed by the Circuit Clerk.
Please use the information contained on this site to facilitate your inquiries regarding Court or Circuit Court Clerk information and procedures.
All criminal work and related activities such as fines, costs, and restitution collection is conducted within the criminal division. The case types housed in the criminal division are:
The criminal division is open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday except holidays and is located in Room 24 of the Logan County Courthouse. Contact information:
All civil matters pertaining to these case types are handled in the civil division of the Courthouse.
The civil division is open 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday except holidays and is located in Room 21 of the Logan County Courthouse. Contact information:
The following attire is prohibited in the Logan County Courtrooms by Order of the Court:
Shorts, Cut Offs, Tank Tops, Halter or Midriff Tops, Body Shirts or any clothing with suggestive or offensive language or pictures. All hats, caps, etc. must be removed while in the courtroom.
Anyone wearing any of the above articles of clothing will not be permitted to enter the courtroom.