RULE 14. REQUIREMENTS OF CLERK’S OFFICE A. All pleadings, motions, and other papers presented for filing with the Clerk shall be on 8 ½ x 11 paper and shall be printed on one side only. The Clerk may refuse to file any papers not in conformance with this rule. B. Only on prior Court order will fax copies be accepted as temporary file documents, the fax copy to be destroyed upon receipt of the original signed document. C. Files may be withdrawn from the Clerk’s office by a Judge, or his bailiff, court commissioner, official court reporter, practicing attorney of Lincoln County, or a title company situated in Lincoln County, upon signing a receipt therefore. Files may be withdrawn by attorneys outside of Lincoln County upon written order of the Court. All files shall be returned within 10 days, or sooner if requested by the Judge or the Clerk of the Court. D. An attorney, or other person, requesting an answer to correspondence or confirmation on any pleadings or other documents shall furnish to the Clerk a stamped, self- addressed envelope for the convenience of the Clerk in making a necessary reply. E. The Clerk shall not be required to disburse any funds paid into the registry of the court unless ordered to do so by the Court. F. Unless the order specifically provides otherwise, all payments made in civil matters shall be by money order or certified check. G. The disbursement of costs paid into the registry of the court in all criminal matters (except Juvenile. See Rule 3-1 F) shall be disbursed by the Clerk in the following order: 1. restitution; 2. court costs; 3. crime victims’ compensation; 4. sheriff’s fees; 5. attorney’s fees; 6. drug fund.
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