Bobbi J. Reinhold to file her candidacy for Marshall County Circuit Court Clerk.

Reinhold has 24 years of experience working in the legal system, beginning her career in 1998 as the Victim Advocate in the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s office.  Her many responsibilities included direct assistance with victims of crime, preparation of court documents, obtaining protective orders, and all record keeping and grant writing that funded the program. In 2002 she began working as a legal assistant with the law firm of Kizer & Neu, now known as Wyland, Humphrey, Clevenger & Surrisi, LLP.  She has kept up with all the new filing procedures, including using the Odyssey system currently used by the Courts. She has experience in filing procedures in Federal Court and Appeals Court. Other duties include keeping daily files on all cases, submitting timesheets and billings, transcribing court documents and letters, and making contact with current clients and the public.

She attended Patricia Stevens Career College in Milwaukee, WI. (Milwaukee College of Business at the time of graduation).  Married for 25 years to Stanley Reinhold, they have two adult children. Her husband Stan is a 33-year member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenter’s Local 413 where he serves as the President.

Reinhold stated “I would like to be your Marshall County Circuit Court Clerk, having worked in both the criminal and civil aspects of the law, I know the requirements for many duties handled by the Clerk of Courts. There is an opportunity for continuing the great work of our current county clerk and staff, building on that record, making the community’s experience working with the clerk’s office, election and voting accessibility, and access to all matters of the Courts as easy and efficient as possible. I look forward to serving Marshall County.”