PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON DECEMBER 25TH & 26TH IN OBSERVANCE OF CHRISTMAS AND JANUARY 1ST IN OBSERVANCE OF THE NEW YEAR. THE OFFICE WILL CLOSE EARLY ON DECEMBER 22ND AND 29TH AT 12 P.M.
ATTENTION ALL JURORS
Juror Questionnaire: All juror questionnaires should be completed and submitted to the clerk's office prior to the court date.
Jury Selections for Monday, January 29th, 2018 begins at 9 a.m. SHARP
Report to the Bennett Courtroom located upstairs in the Historical Wayne County Courthouse
8:30 am if you did not return your court summons
8:45 am if you did return your summons to the clerk's office as directed
Men - Coat and Tie
Ladies - Dress or Pant Suit
The temperature of the courtrooms may be such that you may need a jacket so please be prepared to bring one.
Cell phones, pagers and purses are not allowed in the courtroom
Clerks of Superior Court have been elected county constitutional officers since 1798, when framers of Georgia's constitution created the office and provided for election of a clerk in each county of the state.
The Clerk is accountable only to the people who elect him or her. He or she is not an employee or appointee of any county or state commission or any agent or agency of the judiciary. As an impartial county officer, the Clerk provides some of the most important checks-and-balances needed in both local county government and the state's judicial system.
The Clerk's duties include running the business arm of the local court system; accounting for all monies arising from fines, fee, court costs and fees required by law for specific services; service as clerk of the commission responsible for arraying county trial and grand juries; providing oversight and administrative support to the county board of tax equalization; and protecting and permanently maintaining citizens' court, land and other important vital records.
Wayne County Courthouse 174 North Brunswick Street Jesup, Georgia 31546 Telephone: 912-427-5930
Civil E- File
In an effort to provide ease and convenience, the Wayne County Superior Court Clerk’s office is proud to announce that civil cases and pleadings may be filed online. Filings may be submitted to the Wayne County Superior Court Clerk’s through www.PeachCourt.com.
eFile to save your time and money!
The Judicial Division serves the following courts:
The Division is responsible for receiving, filing, storing, and retrieving civil and criminal court records for Superior Court, State Court and Drug Court. The division is also responsible for managing juvenile court records. All records are open for public inspection and copying except juvenile court records, to which access is limited to juvenile intake and probation officers and officers of the juvenile court (judges, clerk and clerk's staff). The division provides support for each court through management of records and attendance during all court proceedings. Records available through the division are:
The Wayne County Superior Court Clerk’s office is proud to announce that effective April 1, 2017, Real Estate documents may be filed online. In an effort to provide ease and convenience, the Wayne County Superior Court Clerk’s office, in conjunction with the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority, has developed an online electronic filing portal. Filings may be submitted to the Wayne County Superior Court Clerk’s office either through https://efile.gsccca.org or in conjunction with the following value-added submitters:
Welcome to the Wayne County Office of Superior, State, Juvenile, and Drug Courts
This is the official web site of the Wayne County Clerk’s Office in Jesup, Georgia.
You are invited to use this web site to obtain needed information and services from the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court, the State Court, the Juvenile Court and the Drug court of Wayne County, Georgia.
My staff and I are working daily to provide you with the most up-to-date and complete on-line information possible concerning our courts, real estate, personal property records and military discharges.
I appreciate you visiting the Office of Clerk of Courts both online and in person. Please remember we are here to help you and if I can ever be of service to you, I am available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.