The Civil Process Unit of the Sheriff's Office offers several unique services to the community. The primary responsibility of this unit is to ensure all processes of service are done in a timely and respectful manner. In 2015, Civil Process completed 2,378 civil attempts on approximately 2,500 cases.
The term "process" refers to all legal papers the Sheriff must serve. Information on our most common services can be found by clicking on the links provided to the left. If you need additional information please feel free to contact our office.
The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as to serve as legal advice. Those in need of legal advice should see an attorney.