The mission of the Carbon County Clerk of Courts is to support the judicial system by establishing and maintaining accurate court records and ensuring transparency in all that we do, while allowing the public access to quality case information in a timely manner.Vision Statement
The Carbon County Clerk of Courts is dedicated to establishing public trust by managing court records and public funds efficiently with integrity and accountability.
Carbon County Clerk of Courts
The office of Tyra Boni, Carbon County Clerk of Courts
, handles the following case types:
Appeals to Superior Court
Summary Appeals from Magisterial District Judge
Bail Bondsman Power of Attorney
Forfeitures and Condemnations
Indirect Criminal Complaints
Magisterial District Judge Matters
Private Detective License
Tax Collector's Bond, Oath, Appts and Reports
Tyra Boni, Carbon County Clerk of Courts – Criminal Division and Collection Division
collectively has a staff of 9 employees. Together we are responsible for filing and maintaining the pleadings and court records for all criminal proceedings, as well as assessing and collecting court costs, fines and fees. In addition, the Clerk of Courts office also sits in attendance at all criminal court sessions to record sentences and dispositions. The entire criminal docketing process from arrest through final disposition has been fully computerized since 1984 and all case related information is available online for all court related offices.
Carbon County Clerk of Courts, Tyra Boni
also understands the importance of the public having access to the judicial system. Phone calls are answered directly by the staff in both offices, documents are time stamped and processed when they are recieved to insure documents are sent to the appropriate parties in a timely manner. We are committed to providing excellent customer service.
In 2020, Tyra Boni, Carbon County Clerk of Courts
is committed to continuing to improve the efficiencies of the office, reducing the backlog and utlizing technology to provide enhanced access to court records, for our stakeholders and the public.
Bureau of Collections
P.O. Box 14
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Hours of operation:
Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Payments can be made by the following methods:
• Check, or money order mailed to the office or in person. (Due to Covid-19 mailing your payment is requested)
• Credit and/or debit card payments can be made via the ePay kiosk located in the Bureau of Collections Office
• Credit and/or debit card payments can be made online
*Receipts will only
be mailed back to you if you include a self-addressed stamped envelope
Office staff cannot give legal advice. Any questions regarding conditions of supervision, or other details of a case not pertaining to the payment of costs, fines, and restitution should be directed to the appropriate office or an attorney.