ALL COURT IS CANCELLED FOR WEEK OF OCTOBER 10 thru OCTOBER 14, 2016 DUE TO HURRICANE MATTHEW
SCAM ALERT INVOLVING PRE-PAID DEBIT CARDS
The Clerk of State Court's office will NOT have anyone call you in regards to an outstanding warrant, nor ask you for pre-paid debit cards to pay for missing jury duty. This is a SCAM. If you have any questions as to a validity of a claim, please contact the Clerk of State Court's office @ 912-554-7325
PRIOR to submitting any funds.
The State Court of Glynn County handles Civil Law Suits, Garnishments, Eviction Proceedings, Personal Property Foreclosures, Traffic Citations and Misdemeanor Cases. We hope that you take a minute to browse our page and find a lot of helpful information.
The Clerk's Office also provides complete administrative support for the judicial operation of State Court. The Clerk's Office serves as custodian for the Court records. The Clerk's Office receives, processes and disburses all fines, fees and surcharges on traffic and criminal cases ordered by the Judge. The Clerk's Office also receives, processes and disburses all funds held in escrow arising out of civil proceedings. All funds collected by the Clerk are accounted for and disbursed according to Court orders and State law.
Clerk of State Court: Brenda Boone-Cove
Brenda Boone-Cove was sworn in as Clerk of State Court in Glynn County, Georgia on January 2, 2009. She was sworn in as Chief Deputy Clerk in Glynn County Georgia on January 2, 2005. Brenda served in the State Court Clerk’s office as Bookkeeper and Supervisor for 7 years prior to being appointed as Chief Deputy Clerk. She has been in the office for 17 years.
Chief Deputy Clerk: Rodney Bart Bennett
Rodney Bart Bennett was sworn in as Chief Deputy Clerk of State Court in Glynn County Georgia on January 2, 2009. Rodney was the Chief Deputy Clerk of Glynn County Superior Court for 7 years prior to being appointed as the Chief Deputy for Clerk of State Court.
Clerk of State Court provides friendly and efficient service to the public as well as members of the legal profession.
The Clerk of State Court and the Deputy Court Clerks are committed to providing excellent customer service to the public. We will be happy to assist you and answer questions you may have. Please understand however that state law prohibits our staff from providing legal advice, providing attorney references, giving instructions for forms, or recommending specific ways to pursue legal action. The information provided in this web page is not intended to advise anyone as to legal remedies for a particular circumstance.