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What does district clerk do?

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Often present in the courtroom, a district clerk files documents; administers oaths to defendants, witnesses and jurors; and assists the judge in managing the docket. The district clerk is the officer of the court in charge of the jury selection process and acts as a liaison between the jurors, courts and employers.
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