Early Voting for April 27th Election / Locations

Voter/Election Info

Mike Spence

Caddo Parish Clerk of Court

Caddo Parish Juvenile Clerk of Court

Chief Election Officer of the Parish

Federal Election Standards Board Member

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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Supreme Court 2022 Annual Report

Shreveport Bar Foundation Pro Bono Project Ask A Lawyer Clinic

To keep everyone as safe as possible, please be aware of the following restrictions when coming to the SBF Ask A Lawyer clinic. We will assist the first 20 attendees on a first-come basis. Only the person needing legal advice is permitted; no one else will be allowed to wait with you. Children are not permitted. Your session with the attorney will be limited to 20 minutes. If you have paperwork concerning your legal problem, please bring it with you.

Civil E-Filing is now available. Go to E-Filing for more information.

Try out our new Civil Deposit Cost Calculator!


Please be aware that there are several telephone scams floating around these days, either asking for money to keep you out of jail because of a warrant or claiming that you failed to report for a trial.
If you are chosen for a jury, you will receive a summons in the mail from Sheriff Prator. The only contact you will have with a Deputy Sheriff is in person, and he or she will be in a uniform driving an official vehicle. A Deputy Sheriff will never ask for money over the telephone.


UCCs can now be filed online.

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



since 11/01/2019