District Clerk's Office - Courtroom Attire

The district clerk has a duty to keep the records of the district court safe and properly arranged. The district clerk must, among other things record the acts and proceedings of the district court, enter all judgments of the court under the direction of the judge, record all executions issued and the returns issued on the executions, administer child support payments, administer trust accounts for minors ordered by the courts keep an index of the parties to all suits filed in the court, and make reference to any judgment made in the case and keep an account of all funds collected by the office, including fines and fees, and determine the amount due to citizens who serve on a jury in district court.

Heather Kellar
District Clerk

Diana Alaniz
Executive Office Manager



Courtroom Attire:

All PERSONS present in the Courtroom shall be dressed in a manner that shows dignity and respect for the Court.

Unacceptable attire includes:

1. Shorts, cut-offs, baggy pants, flip-flop style shoes, or hats.

2. Muscle shirts, T-shirts, clothing indicating gang affiliation or other clothing with offensive, vulgar, racist, sexist, obscene, suggestive words, slogans, depictions, or pictures, including grotesque creatures. Clothing should be neat and clean if at all possible.