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Shelby County, Alabama
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit

Shelby County Courthouse
First Floor, Room 128
112 North Main Street
P.O. Box 1810
Columbiana, AL 35051

Office Hours
Monday Through Friday
8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
(Open during lunch)

  

State Holiday Schedule - 2014

Pay traffic tickets or criminal fines online.

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Welcome to the Circuit Clerk of Shelby County's website. Our mission is to provide our visitors with helpful online information about our office and its services. Please select a department or category from the menu to the left to find the information you need. Should you have any comments or perhaps you were unable to find information you feel should be included on our site, please feel free to contact our web master. Additional legal and court related information, forms, support, and services are available at www.alacourt.gov.

To register for E-notices as a Pro Se go to https://alafile.alacourt.gov and click on Register. Once you have completed the registration process as a pro se, please print the form and bring to the Clerks Office during normal business hours along with a state issued photo identification card. Your information will be processed and then you will recieve a copy of any electronic orders entered in your case via e-mail.

This website is being provided merely for the purpose of providing instructions as to the procedures of this office and in no way should be construed as advice as to laws. The law prohibits the Circuit Clerk from giving legal advice. If you need legal assistance, you should see an attorney.

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