As the Court Administrator, under the general direction of the District Court Judge, manages all administrative functions of the court. Directs staff responsible for processing of traffic, civil, and criminal cases, providing court security and fulfilling other non-judicial functions. Responsible for personnel management, fiscal management, case-flow management, jury utilization, research and planning, facilities management, and other important administrative functions. As the Magistrate, serves in a quasi-judicial capacity as prescribed by statute and court rule. This includes conducting felony and misdemeanor arraignments, issuing arrest warrants and search warrants, setting of bond, disposing of minor offenses prior to trial, and holding informal hearings on civil infractions; performs civil wedding ceremonies.