Highlighting the women of Provo City as part of Women's History Month.
Provo City Justice Court Clerks: Alisi Schwenke, Yolanda Jensen, Ranee Belmont, Bethany Miner, Emma Brown, Arline Pascual-Flores, Renae Willis, and Pamela Hennessey
The Provo City Justice Court has 8 court clerks (pictured left to right: Alisi Schwenke, Yolanda Jensen, Ranee Belmont, Bethany Miner, Emma Brown, Arline Pascual-Flores, Renae Willis, and Pamela Hennessey). They provide excellent customer service while helping patrons navigate the Justice Court system. They are experts at explaining processes and answering any questions. A day as a justice court clerk includes checking defendants in for court, updating and maintaining court records in the case management system, taking payments, explaining options, determining eligibility for traffic school, and interpreting court orders. The courthouse is not generally somewhere people want or choose to visit, but our staff helps to make the process smooth, efficient, and more comfortable for everyone who walks through the doors.
The Provo City Justice court is a full-time court and handles Class B and C misdemeanors, traffic offenses, and small claims matters. The Court strives to improve the quality of life of our community by ensuring due and fair processes to individuals and by holding those individuals who are in violation of criminal law accountable.