Circuit Clerk's Office
Q: May I access DeWitt County court records or
the electronic docket online?
Frequently Asked Questions:
A: The Circuit Clerk has a searchable database of
most DeWitt County cases. To search go to www.judici.com
Additionally, a Public Access terminal is
available in the Circuit Clerk's office to view information on specific
court cases without charge.
Copies of all current, non-impounded court files
may be obtained at the Circuit Clerk's office for the statutory fee.
Q: Where may I find birth/death/marriage
A: Birth, death, and marriage certificates are
maintained by the County Clerk, not the Circuit Clerk. The County Clerk
is located at 201 W. Washington, Clinton, IL, and the telephone number
Q: How do I request adoption records?
A: Adoption records are impounded by law and are
not available for public inspection without a court order.
Q: How do I find the status of my child support
A: You may find the status of your child support
payment by accessing the Illinois State Disbursement Unit website at: www.ilsdu.com
Q: How old are the Circuit Clerk's records?
A: Our oldest records date from the 1800's;
however, some categories are kept for only a limited number of years.
Please contact our office for specific inquiries.
Q: Who may I contact for juror information?
A: The Circuit Clerk's office oversees the juror
selection. Juror instructions will be available the Sunday prior to your
service date at (217) 935-7766.
Q: Where may I acquire a passport?
A: The local Clinton Post Office now provides
passports. The Post Office is located at 105 N. Quincy and the telephone
number is (217) 935-5584.