Criminal clerk - Salary and Career
Servants of Justice

Criminal clerk - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They comply with the legal and judicial determinations attributed to official and extra-judicial notaries, drawing up acts, filing lawsuits, proceeding with records, issuing warrants, transfers, rogatory and rogatory letters and certificates, registering documents, carrying out diligences, such as: summons, subpoenas, arrests and pledges, provide services to the public, drafting powers of attorney, authenticating documents. They help in the hearings, they can supervise a team of servants. Write a report of incidents in police stations.

How much does an Criminal clerk earn

A Criminal clerk earns between $1.330 and $6.907 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.752 and a median salary of $2.062 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 158 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Criminal clerk

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.752 33.022 688 13
1º Quartile 1.330 15.962 333 6
Median Salary 2.062 24.749 516 10
3º Quartile 5.268 63.211 1.317 25
Higher Salary 6.907 82.884 1.727 33

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • medium level technicians in administrative sciences
      • technicians of administrative sciences
        • servants of justice

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Main workplaces

Servants of Justice they work in registries. They are hired under the CLT regime, with a formal contract. They are organized as a team, under permanent supervision, working indoors during the day and, by appointment, at any time and day of the week. They are subject to exposure to contaminated dust from process papers, which can cause rhinitis and leptospirosis. The bailiff has special conditions of exercise, with occasional supervision, and may work in vehicles or in the open, subject to special situations, such as compliance with a warrant for the arrest of lawbreakers.

What does it take to work in the field of Servants of Justice

The educational requirements of these occupations are heterogeneous, with different criteria by region of the country or state of the federation. For the legal services assistant, at least elementary education is required with no previous experience required. A court clerk requires incomplete higher education and four to five years' professional experience in the area. For the extra-judicial clerk, a complete higher education course plus three to four years of experience is required. For other occupations, a high school diploma is required.

Functions and activities of Criminal clerk

Servants of Justice must:

  • manage technical-administrative activities of the notary and the police station;
  • fulfill legal and judicial determinations;
  • dispatch documents;
  • complete legal and judicial determinations;
  • comply with legal and judicial determinations;
  • follow legal and judicial determinations;
  • complete legal and court orders;
  • support in hearings;
  • perform due diligence;
  • supporting in hearings;
  • service to the public;
  • carry out diligence;
  • support in the hearings;
  • perform diligence;
  • provide public service;
  • register documents;
  • assist in hearings;
  • complying legal and judicial determinations;
  • assist in the hearings;
  • organize files;
  • complete legal and judicial orders;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • provide customer service;

  • Activities

    • cite the required party;
    • proceed with listing of assets;
    • pledge goods and rights;
    • dispatch the bidding and award letter;
    • organize the courtroom;
    • draw wills;
    • provide certificates;
    • give publicity to the acts;
    • recognise firms;
    • seek technical improvement;
    • register judicial deposits;
    • perform judicial inspection and inspection;
    • register previous deposits;
    • proceed to separate bodies;
    • dispatch public notices;
    • write deeds and public powers of attorney;
    • apply cost tables;
    • act impartially;
    • preach the parties and witnesses;
    • maintaining order during hearings;
    • cite the required part;
    • dispatch certificates;
    • keep backups on different media;
    • dispatch warrants and countermandates;
    • remove assets;
    • save evidence objects;
    • preparing judicial accounts;
    • embargo new works;
    • imitate in possession;
    • archive processes and other documents;
    • dispatch transfers;
    • register minutes of hearings;
    • use computer resources;
    • demonstrate ability to verify the authenticity of documents;
    • dispatch negative and positive certificates of protests;
    • complete the determinations on time;
    • register protest suspension;
    • carry out acts;
    • read judgments and other parts of the case file;
    • draw up deeds and other out-of-use acts;
    • perform marriages out of use;
    • distribute shares;
    • proceed with evictions;
    • manage financial resources;
    • dispatch letters rogatory and rogatory;
    • write incident report (bo);
    • sign deeds and other documents;
    • keep legal secrecy when determined;
    • submit interested parties;
    • referring to the courts;
    • note acts;
    • act with civility;
    • record acts;
    • coercively conduct witnesses;
    • following process phases;
    • keep records and books;
    • dispatch sentence letters;
    • register auction and adjudication;
    • advertising auctions and places;
    • preparing statistical reports;
    • act ethically;
    • register attachments;
    • register car loads;
    • dispatch formal sharing;
    • communicate with parties;
    • register title protests;
    • dispatch transfers;
    • register writ loads;
    • demonstrate agility in services;
    • perform marriages;
    • monitoring process phases;
    • register signatures;
    • return assets;
    • controlling deadlines of the parties;
    • dress according to the rules;
    • seal properties;
    • proceed with arrests and kidnappings;
    • clarify stakeholders;
    • register ordinances;
    • demonstrate document analysis ability;
    • ensure document security;
    • register processes and other acts;
    • dispatch letters;
    • send case to the courts;
    • raise pledges;
    • collect goods;
    • maintain the functioning of the computer system;
    • demonstrate punctuality and attendance;
    • manage personnel;
    • search documents;
    • perform search and seizure of persons and property;
    • dispatch rogatory and rogatory letters;
    • act with discretion;
    • developing a sharing outline;
    • performing marriages;
    • dispatch burial guides;
    • care for the physical integrity of the records and other documents;
    • consult relevant legislation;
    • play documents;
    • proceed with inquiries;
    • submit proceedings;
    • collect signatures of the parties and witnesses;
    • perform arrests of persons and goods;
    • repossess possession;
    • save movable and immovable property;
    • carrying out acts;
    • sort documents;
    • notify interested parties;
    • register wills;
    • read sentences and other pieces of the case file;
    • register distribution cancellation;
    • acquire materials and equipment;
    • dispatch guides and guide letters;
    • read sentences and other parts of the case file;
    • register initial petitions;
    • manage books and guides;
    • write the minutes of the hearing;
    • authenticate documents;
    • register sentences;
    • inform process progress;
    • computerize the document registry;
    • elaborate an appraisal report;
    • dispatch birth, marriage and death certificates;
    • dispatch the auction and award letter;
    • act with insight to resolve risky situations;
    • performing acts;
    • elaborate a sharing outline;
    • master the legal vocabulary;
    • subpoena interested parties;
    • computerize document registration;
    • issue permits;
    • supervise the work routine;
    • preparing statistical reports;

    Sectors that hire Criminal clerk the most in the job market

    • notaries
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