- Carbon County Clerk of Courts supports the judicial system by establishing and maintaining accurate court records, ensuring transparency by allowing public access to quality case information in a prompt manner. We are dedicated to strengthening public trust through effective management of court records and public funds.
- Integrity - Ingenuity - Accountability - Punctuality - Transparency
Tyra L. Boni is the Clerk of Courts for Carbon County, Elected in January 2020
- The Clerk of Courts office is the Criminal Division and Collections Division for the county. We are a staff of nine employees. Together we are responsible for filing and maintaining pleadings and court records for all criminal proceedings. We also assess and collect court costs, fines, and restitution. Our office sits in attendance at criminal court sessions for all sentencing and disposition hearings. The entire criminal docketing process from arrest through final disposition has been fully computerized since 1984. Public records can be accessed online at UJSportal.pacourts.us
with the exception of limited access and clean slated dockets.
- We understand the importance of the public access to the judicial system. Phone calls are answered directly by the staff within the office. Documents are processed upon reception to insure they are sent to the appropriate parties in a timely manner. We are committed to providing excellent customer service. Since the election of Tyra Boni as Clerk of Courts in 2020, we have committed to improving the responsibilities of the office, reducing backlog, and utilizing technology to provide enhanced access to court records, for both stakeholders and the public.
- Cases that our office handles include: Bail Bondsman Power of Attorney, Constable Bonds, Criminal Cases, Expungements, Extraditions, Forfeitures and Condemnations, Indirect Criminal Complaints, Magisterial District Judge Matters, Miscellaneous Cases, Private Detective License, Search Warrants, Summary Appeals, Superior Court Appeals, Tax Collector Bonds, Oaths, Appts, and Reports.
- Collections Division payments may be made through a variety of methods. By mail through check or money order. Credit/Debit card (online or in office Kiosk only) and cash payments can be processed in our office. Finally, payments may be performed online at https://ujsportal.pacourts.us/ePay/.
Receipts will be provided back to you upon receipt of a self-addressed, stamped envelope, by hand for in-person transactions, and via email when utilizing the ujsportal.
* Office staff cannot provide legal advice. Any questions regarding conditions of supervision, or any other details of a case not pertaining to payment of costs, fines, and restitution should be directed to an attorney or appropriate office*
Clerk of Courts
Criminal Division & Collections Division
P.O. Box 107
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Hours of Operation: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday - Friday