Forsyth County Clerk of Superior and State Courts

101 East Courthouse Square - First Floor - Room 1007 - Cumming, GA 30040 - Phone:770.781.2120 - Fax:770.886.2858 - Jury Phone: 770.781.2135

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Juror Instructions for Thursday, June 25th 2015

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Jurors currently serving on a case, please follow your Judge's instructions regarding reporting.

All Jurors on all Panels that are not currently serving on a case are excused for Thursday June 25th, and Friday June 26th.

For those jurors that are not serving on a case, this will conclude your jury service and you are released from further jury duty.

Thank you for your jury service this week.


Greg G. Allen

Clerk of Superior and State Courts




Reasons why you may not be able to find your citation online

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Reasons why you may not be able to find your citation online

You just received your citation

Your citation will not be viewable online until we receive your citation from the Sheriff’s Office.  Check online 10 days prior to the court date on your citation.

You were in an accident

Any citation that involves an accident will not be approved to pay until the Solicitor’s Office reviews the citation. After approved to pay, you will be able to find it online. Check the website 10 days before the court date on your citation.

You are entering the Sheriff’s Office case number instead of the court’s case number

Do not search by case number unless you have received something from the court with a case number on it. Your citation cannot be found by the Sheriff’s Office case number. There is an option to search by citation number or defendant name.

Your citation is a Juvenile citation

If the defendant is 16 or younger, the Clerk’s Office will not be handling your citation. Juvenile Court will handle those citations. Give them a call at 770-781-3099 with any questions.


Forsyth County Clerk of Court

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Welcome to the site of the Clerk of Superior and State Courts of Forsyth County. Our Staff continually strives to provide Forsyth County residents with the highest level of professional public service.


Notary Information

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To become a notary in Forsyth County you must meet the following qualifications:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Be a citizen of the United States or a legal resident of the United States.
  • Be a legal resident of the county in which he or she applies (or, if a non-Georgia resident, you must reside in a state bordering Georgia and carry on a business profession in Georgia or be regularly employed in the Georgia county of application).
  • Have, and provide at the time of application, the applicant’s operating telephone number.
  • Be able to read and write English.


All notary applications must be completed online, printed and brought in person to the Forsyth County Courthouse. New and renewal applications are $37.00 are can be paid by cash, check or money order. Before coming to the courthouse, please be advised of the following information:

All new applications must be signed by two endorsers that are not related to you. They must be residents of Forsyth County and provide their home address and phone number. Both endorsers are required to sign the application.

Renewal applications are valid only for those holding a current unexpired appointment from Forsyth County. Notaries with renewals may renew their notary commission up to 30 days prior to their expiration date. Renewal applicants who do not renew on or before the commission expiration date will be required to apply as a new notary.



Notary authentications, or certifications, are available at the courthouse for $3.00 each. Please note that the notary must be commissioned in Forsyth County to be authenticated.

Current notaries who change their name, address or phone number must submit The Notary Public Contact Information Change Form to the Forsyth County Clerk of Court within thirty days of the change and provide a copy to the GSCCCA. The form shall be signed by the notary and contain both the old information as well as the new information.


In the event of a name change, the notary must appear in person at the courthouse and provide a new signature sample to the clerk's office. A notary with a new name may begin to officially sign the new name when the appointing Clerk of Superior Court has received the notice; a confirmation of the name change has been received from the appointing Clerk of Superior Court (typically an amended notary certificate of appointment); and a new seal bearing the new name has been obtained.

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