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Clackamas Court Reference 
The Clackamas County Circuit Court Reference Guide is updated in November of each year for the Fall CCBA CLE Presentation as well as throughout the year following that presentation. This Reference Guide was developed to provide additional information on Clackamas specific processes and procedures.
If there are any questions regarding the guide or suggestions for new content, please contact: Gina Setter, Court Manager at 503.655.8361


 2021 Clackamas County Circuit Court Reference Guide

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Criminal Calendar Guide 

In preparation for Oregon eCourt, effective October 5, 2015, the Court implemented modifications to the Criminal "A" and "B" dockets. To view the changes that have been made, please click on this link to "A Guide to the Criminal A and B Dockets".


 Civil Motions Guidelines

The Civil Motions Panel of the Clackamas County Circuit Court is a group of judges including pro tem judges who hear and decide regularly scheduled motions that are not assigned to a specific judge. Periodically, the judges confer regarding their prior rulings and have developed a consensus over time on particular issues.
This Statement does not have the force of law or court rule and the statements are not binding on any judge. The following is not a predetermination of any question presented on the merits to a judge in a particular action. The statement may be of assistance in guiding practitioners as to anticipated rulings on a specific question and may eliminate the time and expense of presenting the issues to the Court.


Clackamas County Bar Association CLE Presentation

November 5, 2020

Click on the image to the right, or here, to open the presentation.  To view the video that was shown at the CLE, please go to our COVID-19 Court Information page and click on the "Serving on Jury Duty in Clackamas County" video located under the heading of "Information for Jurors"