The Clerk of the Superior Court is the official record keeper and financial officer for the Superior Court. The duties of the Clerk are prescribed by the Arizona Revised Statutes and include maintaining files for all civil, domestic, criminal, juvenile, and probate; keeping minutes of court proceedings; issuing writs and warrants; collecting fees and fines; issuing marriage licenses; and accepting passport applications. In Cochise County, the Clerk is also the Probate Registrar and the Jury Commissioner.
News & Announcements
Face Coverings Strongly Recommended
The Courts strongly recommend that all visitors wear a mask or other face covering if they have not been fully vaccinated, or wish to wear one for their own personal safety. The Courts and its offices may require wellness screenings including the use of touch-less thermometers.
Please Do Not Visit Courthouse If Ill
Please do not visit the courthouse if you are ill. Contact your attorney or the Courts to reschedule your court appearance or to request a telephonic appearance.
Attorneys Required to E-File Family Law Case Documents
Effective March 1, 2022, attorneys are required to e-file family law case documents, pursuant to Supreme Court Administrative Order 2021-183 2021-183 PDF.pdf (azcourts.gov).