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Rebecca G. Crowe
Clerk of Superior Court

The Clerk of Superior Court was established in the Constitution of the State of Georgia. The Clerk is one of four constitutional officers who can be found in each of the 159 counties in the state; the other constitutional officers are the sheriff, the tax commissioner and the probate judge. The Clerk's duties are statutory in nature and are found in the Official Code of Georgia in literally hundreds of statutes created by the state legislature. In addition, the Clerk has an obligation to follow the court rules for each court they may serve. The Clerk is found to be one of the most popular elected officials in each county, providing personal service directly to the public on a daily basis through direct contact with the clerk or through contact with his or her deputy clerks.

Clerk of Court is an elected position serving the Superior, State and Magistrate Courts in Bryan County. The Clerk and Deputy Clerks are custodians over the land and property records of the county, as well as the civil and criminal files and records in the courts served.

The Clerk further serves as the Jury Clerk for Superior and State court.  Notary commissions and passports are also processed by the Clerk of Superior Court.