Stark County is part of the Tenth Judicial Circuit along with Peoria, Tazewell, Marshall & Putnam Counties.
The office of the Circuit Clerk is the official recordkeeper of court cases traveling throughout the court system.
These court records include:
- Civil cases–lawsuit, foreclosure, divorce, family
- Criminal cases–felonies, misdemeanors
- Traffic, ordinance, conservation violations
- Probate–wills, estates
While most files are public record, some cases are impounded, not for public view, such as adoption, juvenile, and mental health.
(birth, death, and marriage records are found in the County Clerk’s office)
Beginning January 1, 2018, it is mandated that all civil filings be done electronically. Learn More
Odyssey E-FileIL for registration and sign-in. Click here
Odyssey Guide & File for free online services. Click here
You may now use Judici E-Pay/E-plea to plead and pay on your tickets and fines in Stark County! You may use your credit or debit card to transmit your payment. Please click the link below to access Judici E-Pay/E-Plea search.
Once your case has been sent to collections, you may continue paying through the circuit clerk's office, contact PayCourt at 800-331-9772 or click here to visit their website PayCourt.
You may also find other relevant information on Judici.com including:
- Litigant info
- Criminal charges, dispositions and sentences
- Civil judgments
- Fines and fees ordered, balances paid, and payment details
- Hearing dates
- Case minutes
This office summons jurors for Grand and Petit Jury. Jurors are randomly selected by computer, based on information received from voter registration, the IL Secretary of State, including IL Identification Cards, IL Disabled Person Identification Cards, and the IL Dept. of Employment Security. When chosen, you will receive a jury summons and questionnaire via the US Mail.
How We Can Help
Please remember that the Circuit Clerk cannot dispense legal advice.
It is always best to consult an attorney for any legal matter. If you wish to do work on your own, the following websites have information and forms that have been approved for use by the Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice and are required to be accepted in all Illinois courts.
107 W. Main St.
Toulon, IL 61483
Anne C. Rennick
120 E. Williams St., PO Box 90
Wyoming, IL 61491
Robert H. Rennick, Sr. and Robert H. Rennick, Jr.
117-119 W. Court St., PO Box 430
Toulon, IL 61483