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Pompano Beach Criminal Defense Attorney Fact:
The Broward County Clerk of Court is an elected official with an enormous responsibility. The office of the clerk generates and maintains all records and paperwork for each civil and criminal transaction within his jurisdiction.
For criminal cases the clerk's office processes all misdemeanor and felony paperwork (warrants, etc.); generates jury summons; issues subpoenas; prepares court dockets; prepares for arraignments; files all motions and warrants; and collects, manages, and maintains all fees and fines paid to the court.
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