These are the general  and visible things that they do.  They are part of the Minnesota Court System.  This is a separate, independent and co-equal branch of government composed of the Supreme, Appellate and Trial Courts of the state.  Its personnel include all judges, administrators and staff.
     They are responsible for resolving all disputes presented to the courts between persons and between persons, or groups, and the government in accordance with the constitution and the statutory authority of the courts.    The Court Administrators collect and put into files and all the work that is filled on the multitude of cases registered and they collect the  fees, set up the files schedule all hearing, correspond with the parties involved and maintain a record of each case. Each time there is activity in a file we have  to report that activity to the state.  Their cases include civil, conciliation, criminal, family, juvenile, probate, and traffic.


  Created By Ashley, Lindsay & Kristin