Filings of Pleadings
An active member of the Oregon State Bar must file documents using the electronic filing system, instead of conventional filing, unless:
- The document is required to be conventionally filed under UTCR 21.070(3); or
- The filer has obtained a waiver under
UTCR 21.140(2); or
- The document is required to be conventionally filed under
may choose to electronically file their documents, or alternatively, may file them conventionally. Conventional filing is a process where a filer files the paper document with the court. Criminal pleadings may be filed at the Front Counter in Room 200, or may be mailed to the court.
Access Criminal forms
Criminal Calendar Guide
Guide to the Criminal A and B Dockets
is an overview of our Criminal A and B dockets which encompass Case Manager Hearings, Probation Violation Hearings, Pleas and Sentencings. The Guide identifies start times for the A/B Dockets, attorney courtroom assignment, the requirement for submitting a UCJ offer sheet at the time of sentencing, courtroom assistance, matters that will continue to be completed in paper, and the probation conditions that will apply to the various probation packages used in Clackamas County.
Plea Petition and UCJ Worksheet
The Court has available a fillable
Plea Petition. Please make three (3) copies are distributed as follows:
- One to the Deputy District Attorney;
- One for the defense attorney; and,
- One for the defendant.
The Court has available a
- At the time of sentencing, the defense attorney is required to submit a UCJ Worksheet.
- (One copy for the judge and one copy for the criminal clerk)
- The attorney shall fill out all conditions that are stipulated. Anything that is not agreed upon, should be left blank.
- A separate sheet must be filled out for each count.
Pretrial Release - Presiding Judge Order
Court-Appointed Attorney Application
Frequently Asked Questions
Call the Criminal Unit at the number above and they will be able to tell you what your next court date is.
Let your attorney know that you would like a new attorney and they will file the appropriate paperwork to get your request in front of a judge.
If you have an attorney, let your attorney know. Court staff will notify the judge, but it is possible that a warrant will be issued for your arrest.
Turn yourself into the jail before 7:00 a.m. and you should be seen by a judge that same day at 3:00 p.m.
- Address of the Clackamas County Jail: 2206 Kaen Road, Oregon City, OR
Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office
Clackamas County Parole & Probation
Clackamas County Justice Court
Oregon City Municipal Court
Clackamas Indigent Defense Corporation: