The Clerk of District Court records and keeps all records for their respective court for civil and criminal cases. They also manage any money that is paid or turned over to their court.
Similar to the County Clerk, the Clerk of District Court deals with a lot of documents, so they typically have well-developed organizational skills. Due to the digital nature of documentation today, they typically are very good with computers and taking notes. They also are typically aware of county laws and policies, to a certain extent
The Clerk of District Court keeps records of your court. These records may influence the proceedings of future court cases in your county. So, it is important that a trustworthy membery of your community is put into this position.