The Court and Community Access Program (C.C.A.P.) makes a wealth
of legal information and documents easily accessible for Clayton
County residents by providing two terminals at Headquarters Library
specifically dedicated to legal research. C.C.A.P. is sponsored by
County Superior and State Courts and the Clayton County Library System
with the goal of ensuring that all citizens have adequate access to
What Information is Available on C.C.A.P. Computers?
- Court Information - Clayton County Courts and Georgia
Court System. This provides an overview of the court system and
gives citizens involved in or considering legal action a clearer
understanding of how the court system works, including the appeals
- Court Forms - Superior Court Forms and State Court
Forms. This includes current forms for local court filings.
Some of the most commonly accessed forms include divorce and child
- Court Case Inquiry - Status and Docket
Information for Clayton County court cases. This system searches
for county court cases (Civil or Criminal) by name or case
- Court Calendars - View calendars for Clayton
County court cases.
- Traffic Tickets - Pay a
Clayton County State Court traffic ticket online.
- Legal Research - Legal Research provides links to
various self-help Web sites and information about other courts Of
special interest to individuals considering self-representation is
a video, "I Present My Case".
Where Can the C.C.A.P. Computers Be Found and When Are They
- Currently, the two workstations are located behind the main row
of public computers at Headquarters, facing the Information Desk.
The workstations are available any time the library is open but
individuals must make a reservation for the legal computers at the
Information Desk. Legal workstation reservations are for 60 minutes
by default and will count towards a patrons allotted time limit of
120 minutes. A similar system is available at the Harold R. Banke
Justice Center from 8:00 am to 4:45 pm, Monday through Friday.
Why Should Citizens Use C.C.A.P. Computers?
- The C.C.A.P. system simplifies legal information for litigants
and researchers by placing all of the resources needed to gain an
understanding of legal proceedings in a systematic, easily
Who Should Citizens With Questions About Specific Situations
Ask For Help?
- Such individuals should seek an attorney for legal advice. This
program does not constitute legal advice nor is it developed to
provide direct assistance in completing legal forms. The
information provided through this partnership may not be
comprehensive and the litigant assumes personal responsibility for
administering his or her case.