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Wright County News

Posted on: March 30, 2020

Court Administration Issues Release Dealing With Court Forms and Contact Numbers

The following is a message from the 10th Judicial District, which has been operating during the COVID-19 pandemic under changing state laws that include three different Minnesota Supreme Court rulings. Cases are still being heard. The following is a list of ways to access forms and phone numbers for the different portions of the court process.


(Limited Access by Electronic and Telephone Service)

For updates on COVID-19 and to view the Supreme Court Order “statewide order, ADM20-8001” please visit

Filing Documents – Drop boxes at main entrance to Wright County Government Center and an Amnesty Box at the public counter of Court Administration.

Fax Number – (763) 682-7300

Email – (option only for non-attorneys, non-government agencies. Self-represented can use email.

If your filing is time-sensitive (i.e. OFP, HRO) once we receive your filing, court staff will contact you by telephone at the number your provide to the Court.

eFS: (see “HOW DO I…?” click on eFile in District Court).

Listed below are Court phone numbers you can call (due to limited staff, you may need to leave a message – calls will be returned within 24 hours, we appreciate your patience).

Civil – (763) 682-7639

Jury – (763) 682-7568

Criminal/Juvenile – (763) 682-7548

Court Records – (763) 682-7539

For information about Courts, including court forms, visit Click on “Get Forms.” There are also various forms available through “Minnesota Guide & File” which aids in completing forms.

* Please use U.S. Postal Mail to mail those things that are not time-sensitive. Please include the appropriate filing fee ( Click on “Find Courts,” select Wright County, click on “Filing Fees” on the right hand side. Please do not mail cash.

Mailing Address – Wright County Court Administration, Wright County Government Center, 10 2nd St. NW Room 201, Buffalo, MN 55313.

Self-Help Centers – For additional information and resources, please visit our website at (see the “HOW DO I…?” box located on the right hand side), click on “Find a Self-Help Center.”

Wright County Law Library – Phone: (763) 682-7592

10th District Self-Help Center – Phone (763) 760-8899. Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m (closed on holidays).

Statewide Self-Help Center – Phone: (651) 435-6535. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (closed on holidays).

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