Circuit Clerk’s Office


Office of Circuit Clerk

Krista Dixon, Circuit Clerk

Amy Cannon, Deputy Circuit Clerk

Kelli Jennings, Deputy Circuit Clerk

Duane Feaster, Deputy Circuit Clerk

Rhonda Everett, Deputy Circuit Clerk

Sally Suter, Deputy Circuit Clerk



Circuit Clerk’s Role in Court System

The Circuit Clerk’s Office is the official record keeper of the court. The Circuit Clerk is

authorized by statute to collect various fees, fines, and costs associated with cases and and

disburse payments of deposits, such as bonds and restitution.

The Circuit Clerk’s Office is responsible for all papers filed in the office. This means the Clerk’s

office is the registrar, recorder and custodian of all pleadings, documents and funds pertaining to

cases filed in the Circuit Court.



Various forms are available to assist in filing of some court cases. The following website is



The Circuit Clerk’s Office is responsible for the administration and management of the jury

system in both Circuit Court and Magistrate Court.

Two Types of juries:

Grand Jury:

Issues Indictments for Criminal Offenses.

Petit Jury:

Criminal Case to Determines Guilt or Innocence

Civil Cases to decides between a plaintiff and defendant disagreements.


Jury Lists

Every two years using WV Driver’s License List for Mineral County and Registered

Voter Lists.



Office of Circuit Clerk

County of Mineral Court House

150 Armstrong Street

Second Floor

Keyser WV 26726

Phone 304-788-1562

Fax 304-788-4109