The District Court Judge is an elected position, elected by the voters District wide and has District wide jurisdiction. The judge then appoints a District Court Clerk and Deputy District Court Clerks. The Grant County District Court has a Court Administrator, a District Court Clerk and three Deputy District Court Clerks, with two of them being full time employees and one part-time employee.
The District Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanor and other violations of state law and local ordinances and civil cases involving contracts, damage to personal property and recovery of personal property in matters less than $25,000. A small claims division provides a forum in which citizens represent themselves to resolve contracts and personal property matters of less than $5,000.
If you have questions regarding an Order of Protection case please contact the Grant County Circuit Clerks Office at 870-942-2631.
Court Clerks are not permitted to provide legal advice. If you have questions, please contact an attorney!
Tickets written by the Arkansas State Police or Grant County Sheriff's Office can be paid in full online at https://www.courtpay.org. For any errors received while paying online call 1-844-507-3631 Mon-Fri 7:00 am till 7:00 pm.
You can pay in person at the correct agency.
You can mail a Cashier's Check or Money Order to he address below. Personal Checks are not an acceptable form of payment and will be returned.
Grant County Sheriff's Office--101 W Pine St, Rm 1
Sheridan, AR 72150
Sheridan Police Department--304 Gatzke Dr
Sheridan, AR 72150
County Plea and Arraignments are held the first Tuesday of each month.
City Plea and Arraignments are held the second Tuesday of each month.
County Trials are held the third Tuesday of each month.
City trials, Civil and Small Claim Trials are held the fourth Tuesday of each month.
The Court’s goal is to provide superior customer service and to create a user-friendly atmosphere. In return, the Court expects all visitors to respect the Court and its staff. Here are several things you need to know before entering the courtroom.