This page provides a list of possibly helpful websites. The description below each link gives a short synopsis of the website. Please notice the link will take you to a site outside of marioncountycircuitclerk.org in another window. This may require you to turn off pop-up blocking for this website.
Online case search archive. Case information includes litigant information, criminal charges, dispositions, sentences, civil judgments, fines and fees orders, balances paid, payment details, hearing dates, and case minutes.
Government Payment Network. Fine or fee credit and debit card payments can be made over the phone and online through GovPayNet at no cost.
Circuit Court Clerks
Official website of the Illinois Association of Court Clerks including links to websites, emails, and phone numbers of all Illinois Circuit Court Clerks. Information also includes Court Clerk Officers of 2007, Constitution and by-laws, Illinois Appellate Court Districts, and past Presidents.
Official website of the Illinois Courts. Links include the Illinois Circuit, Appellate, and Supreme Courts as well as rules, court information and jurisdiction, and media press releases.
SIU School of Law Self-Help
Official website of SIU's School of Law Self-Help section. It provides contact information, forms and information packets, and links to other agencies providing aid.
Illinois Legal Aid
Official website of Illinois Legal Aid. It provides a search engine for finding help for legal problems as well as localization when inputting a zip code.
Marion County Illinois Legal Aid
Marion County section of the Illinois Legal Aid website. It lists help with legal issues within Marion County as well as links to legal libraries in the area.
Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation
Official website of Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation. It offers help with housing, family, public benefits, health, services for senior citizens and disabled persons, and education.
Illinois Access to Justice Committee Forms
Here you can find the forms which have been approved by the Access to Justice Committe that can be used statewide. All Illinois Courts are required to accept the forms.