SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
Presiding Judge Kelli E. Osler
Administrator Amber K. Emery
In an effort to limit exposure and stop the spread of COVID-19, District Court strongly discourages participants from appearing in person at the Clark County Courthouse. The preferred method of appearance is by Zoom with both audio and video capabilities.
Note: If you do not have video capabilities, please contact the court (564) 397-2424 to make an accommodation request.
How do get to your Virtual Court Hearing?
Click here or on the Check Into My Virtual Hearing link on the left side of the page.
Viewing court proceedings:
If you not the defendant, please click here to view our courts:
YouTube Livestream Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8qHq7_NtPYt3_ZiBMlUFyw
If you have been called for Jury Service, please click here:
The District Court Central Lobby is OPEN with a maximum occupancy of 4 people.
- Pretrial/Probation Lobby at the Law Enforcement Center will be closed effective 3/16/2020 to public. Please contact your Pretrial/Probation officer by phone to check in or you can also contact (564) 397-2424 to be connected.
- Mabry Center Lobby is closed to check-in/orientation effective 3/16/2020. Please contact the Mabry center (564) 397-6045 to arrange check in for Work Crew.
- Walk-in Warrants - To be placed on the docket and have your warrant quashed, please check in via phone at (564) 397-2424 or in person in the District Court Central Lobby.
- Non-Domestic Violence cases – VIRTUAL Court will take place on Thursdays at 8:30 am and 1:00 pm.
- Domestic Violence cases –VIRTUAL Court will take place on Mondays at 8:30 am.
Please contact the court by phone (564) 397-2424 or email ClarkCountyPublicService@clark.wa.gov to ensure your information (email, address, and phone) are up to date.
Thank you for your continued patience. Please continue to follow all applicable public health guidelines.
Vision of District Court
Make a positive difference in people’s lives by intervening before irreversible damage occurs to the person or the community.
About District Court
District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction. It serves as the trial court for misdemeanors and infractions as well as small claims and civil law suits involving amounts up to $100,000.
Large numbers of cases are filed in District Court every year. In the last 10 years, an average of 60 percent of our cases were traffic-related offenses. Traffic offenses generally affect a person’s driving privileges and are cyclical in nature, so it is necessary that proceedings are fair and expeditious.
To further assist the public, the court developed alternative programs such as Therapeutic Specialty Court programs, Driver’s License Restoration program and Night Court.