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    All payments, filings and correspondence should be directed to:

    Maureen A. Josh, DeKalb County Circuit Clerk, 133 W. State Street, Sycamore, IL 60178

    Office Hours8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday - Friday   (Closed on all Court Holidays)

   Telephone ContactsCivil – 815.895.7131 Traffic and Criminal – 815.895.7138

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ANNOUNCING - The DeKalb County Circuit Clerk App is now available:

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Bill Finn, a long-time Circuit Clerk employee, was awarded the "Quilt of Valor" by a local Veteran's organization,
December 6, 2017. Bill is a Vietnam War veteran who proudly served our Country."
  Quilt given to Bill Finn Bill Finn draped in American Flag Quilt

Bill Finn's family and friends


Bill Fin with his Circuit Clerk Family


Bill Finn with Proud Family
  Bill Fin with  Grandson

Bill Finn with Family and Friends






-Thank you Bill Finn!!


 -August 2017L-R: Dennis Schmidt, Maureen Josh, Judge Robbin Stuckert and Lesa Norris

L-R: Dennis Schmidt, Maureen Josh, Judge Robbin Stuckert and Lesa Norris

Waubonsee Community College is celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year. Representatives expressed their honor to recognize the many community partners who have contributed to and supported the growth of the College within the first 50 years.


On behalf of the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees, students, faculty and staff, Mr. Dennis Schmidt and Ms. Lesa Norris proudly recognized the 23rd Judicial Circuit for its support of public higher education and ongoing collaboration with the Driver Safety Department. Mr. Schmidt expressed his gratitude that for 25 years the 23rd Judicial Circuit has entrusted the College to provide driver safety classes to improve the driving skills of participants and the overall traffic safety within the Circuit.


Ms. Norris stated that the history of cooperation and collaboration is a source of strength within our communities and they are grateful that the 23rd Judicial Circuit is part of their Proud Past and hope that the Circuit will continue to be part of their Bold Future.


Chief Judge Robbin Stuckert and DeKalb County Circuit Clerk Maureen Josh were pleased to accept the award.