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Washington County | Courts & Legal Resources - Clerk of Courts
Washington County Clerk of the Courts
Republican - Brenda L. Wolfe: ...
Republican - Brenda L. Wolfe: 15,864
Former clerk of courts supports ...
Former clerk of courts supports Brenda Wolfe
Later in 1985 an opening became available in the legal department and I transferred Brenda
to that department where she
again proved her
abilities to do the work required for the department.
She has served the people of Washington County for 29 years as deputy clerk of courts and is still serving in that position at the present time.
is now running for the office of Clerk of Courts of Washington County
I find her
to be trustworthy, competent, and knowledgeable of the duties involved in both the auto and legal departments required as clerk of courts.
It is my privilege to recommend Brenda
to the people of Washington County
, Ohio, to fulfill the duties required as clerk of courts of Washington County, Ohio and ask that you cast your vote for Brenda Wolfe
on Nov. 4, 2008.
Some days are longer than others ...
Some days are longer than others for Brenda Wolfe and the staff at the Washington County Clerk of Courts office.
‘‘Sometimes it seems like all we're doing is running for records," she
said. ‘‘When the weather gets nice, we seem to get a lot of people coming in to research genealogy.I sometimes dig up information from the 1800s in dusty old volumes upstairs."Wolfe
said the office has domestic, civil and criminal case records going back as far as 1788, the year Marietta was founded.
‘‘They're all public records available to anyone," she
said. ‘‘Unless they're court-ordered to be sealed, anyone can read, take notes, or have copies made from these records."
As a deputy in the Washington
County Clerk of Court's office, Wolfe
is not required to take the training, although she
provides access to public records every day.
‘‘We all wait on the public, and we all need to know what can and can't be handed out," she
NewsandSentinel.com: Thieves thrive on personal information - - The Parkersburg News & Sentinel
Brenda Wolfe, chief deputy clerk in the legal division of the Washington County clerk of courts office, said Social Security numbers are not available on 99 percent of all civil cases, but the information is likely available on some criminal and domestic records because lawyers put it on there.
,We don't require it with anything,, Wolfe
said the information would not be available on the clerk of court's public computer that stores much of their information, but hard copies can contain Social Security numbers.