This division processes criminal cases.  All filing processed by the Clerk's
office must between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday:

Cathelene "Tina" Robinson, Clerk of Superior Court
Attention: Administration Division- C-515
136 Pryor Street, SW 
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 612-5374

Frequently Asked Questions



1.     What is my court date?


The Clerk's office can provide you with the information if it has been assigned in the computer system. Our office does not schedule court dates nor do we assign public defenders to cases. These functions are performed by the Judge's case managers and the public defender's office respectively.

2.     Who is my Judge?


3.     Who is my Public Defender?


Please contact the Public Defender's office at
55 Park Place, Atlanta GA 30303. (404) 612 5200

4.     How can I get copies of the disposition of my case?

You may get a copy of such records from our office by walking into our records division, and paying for the copies. You may also write us requesting the records with payment included for the copies. Please include your case number for such written requests. The fee schedule and mailing address are available on the Clerk's website

5.     How do I file a warrant?

Please contact the warrant's division at 160 Pryor street 1st floor, if you need to take out a warrant on another person.

6.     I would like to file a criminal case against someone.

Please contact the nearest police department to you, or contact the District Attorney's office for all types of criminal complaints.

7.     How do I file a restraining order?

Please contact the Family division on the 7th Floor,
185 Central Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 for all restraining orders.

8.     How can I get my records expunged?

Expungement applications can be obtained from the District Attorney's office at 136 Pryor Street, 3rd floor Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 612-4980.
However you will also need a certified copy of the disposition of your case. (see # 4)

9.     What time does court start?

Most Judges start court at 9.00am; however your notice will usually indicate the time that you are required to appear in court.

10.  What are your office hours?

The Clerk's office is open from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM from Monday until Friday. We are however closed for all major holidays according to Fulton County Policy.



Our office is not authorized to practice Law; therefore we are unable to advise you on how to pursue or proceed with any civil or criminal matter.