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Clerk of District Court
Each county in the State of Nebraska has a Clerk of the District Court performing the administrative duties associated with the court.

Nebraska law states that counties with at least 7,000 inhabitants are required to have a Clerk of the District Court elected by the voters. The Clerk of the District Court serves a four-year term.

In counties with less than 7,000 inhabitants, the County Board and District Judge determine whether there should be a Clerk of the District Court. If a clerk does not exist, the County Clerk is the Ex-officio Clerk of the District Court. Besides being the Clerk of the District Court, they also serve as the court’s administrative officer.

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