The Clerk's Office will be closed Thursday, November 23rd for Thanksgiving and Friday, November 24th per Governor's Proclamation 138 JBE 2017. We will also be closed Monday, December 25th for Christmas, Tuesday, December 26th per Governor's Proclamation 144 JBE 2017, Monday, January 1st for New Years, and Tuesday, January 2nd per Governor's Proclamation 145 JBE 2017.

Mike Spence

Caddo Parish Clerk of Court

Caddo Parish Juvenile Clerk of Court

The Clerk's Office keeps the records for Caddo Parish, including Mortgages, Conveyances, Marriage Licenses, Civil Suits, Criminal Cases, and Minutes for the First Judicial District Court. We are also responsible for training election commissioners and tabulating election results for the parish. The Clerk's Office also draws juries for Court. The Clerk has a staff of 101 employees and 900 election commissioners performing these duties for the parish.

Our office is located in downtown Shreveport in the Parish Courthouse. We are on the first floor in Room 103, and we are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

Caddo Parish Clerk of Court
501 Texas Street, Room 103
Shreveport, LA 71101

The emergency fax number is 318-227-9080.


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The Caddo Parish Clerk of Court and the Caddo Parish Sheriff are warning residents to beware of a caller who identifies himself as a Caddo Deputy and asks for money to keep you out of jail.
The caller may claim that there is a warrant out for your arrest or that you have missed jury duty. He will then ask for money to be transferred on a Green Dot card or by Money Gram to keep you from going to jail.
Sheriff Prator says no employee of the Sheriff's Office will ever solicit money over the phone. If you receive a call that you aren't sure is legitimate, hang up and call local law enforcement.

UCCs can now be filed online.

Civil Court Rules require that all filings be submitted on legal size paper.

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