ATTENTION ATTORNEYS
DIVISION 1
INFORMAL MATTERS
MONDAY - THURSDAY
9:00 AM & 2:00 PM
Michael K. Mullen
Presiding Judge
THANK YOU.



Division 1 Informal Matters Will Not Be Heard During Circuit Non-Jury Weeks of: December 17, 2018 and December 24, 2018



Note: Some Judge assignments
are pending completion of renovations.



Pre-Trial Release Office to Close Midnight to 8 a.m.;

Processing of Protective Orders Will Continue 24 Hours


Effective March 5, 2018, the Pre-Trial Release (PTR) Office of the St. Louis Circuit Court will close from midnight until 8 a.m. Monday through Friday.

During those hours, ex-parte orders of protection initiated through the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department will continue to be available through judges and PTR staff on call.

The procedure on protective orders will be unchanged from 4 p.m. until midnight Monday through Friday, and 24 hours Saturday and Sunday. Police will continue contacting the PTR office for notification that a petition is coming through for processing, and the staff will process it as usual.

Bail bonds may be posted when the office is open, 8 a.m. until midnight Monday through Friday.


THE PROBATE DIVISION IS NOW COLLECTING THE FEES DIRECTLY FOR PUBLICATIONS ON PROBATE MATTERS. PLEASE SEE CORRECTED SCHEDULE OF PROBATE CASE FILING FEES UNDER PROBATE LINK.


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In 1828 the city of St. Louis opened its first courthouse. For more than 180 years Circuit Court has stood among the most storied and historically significant courts in America.

In 1850 a St. Louis jury granted Dred Scott, a Missouri slave, his freedom. That decision would eventually reach the United States Supreme Court and push the country into civil war.

Today, St. Louis Circuit Court conducts more than 300 jury trials a year (more than any other Missouri court), staffs a juvenile court and detention facility, operates a drug treatment court for nonviolent offenders and is active in public education through the city’s schools and community groups.

As it was in 1828, the Court remains committed to providing all people an open, fair, efficient, and independent system for the advancement of justice under the law and to efficiently and effectively carry out the duties bestowed upon us by the State of Missouri.

 
 

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