Once a case is found, different types of information can be viewed depending on the type and status of the case. Remember that only certain types of cases are available to the general public. Also, if a case was recently filed, certain types of information may be unknown since Case.net offers only real time data.
Case Header Tab
Case number, case description, court location, Judge/Commissioner Assigned (case pending) Judge/Commissioner at disposition (case disposed), case type, date filed, date of disposition and disposition type are available on this screen. The following fields will also display if updated in the Case Management System: County Change of Venue Received from and County Change of Venue Transferred to. For Appellate cases, the following additional fields will also display if updated in the Case Management System: Appellate Court Case Number, Originating Case Number and the Circuit Court Case Number.
MOVANS - Missouri Victim Automated Notification System offers a web page where interested parties can sign up to receive phone or email notification of hearings on Criminal, Traffic or Municipal cases. MOVANS allows people to sign up via the VINE - Victims Information and Notification Everyday web page. To access the link and register, click "Register here to receive phone/e-mail notices of future hearings on this case".
The VINE service is not maintained by the Judiciary or Office of State Courts Administrator. Any issues with the VINE website should be reported to the VINE Service.
The case number and case description display in the blue header bar.
Attorneys: An attorney associated to a case party displays to the right of the associated party. Available address, telephone and fax information display below the Attorney's name.
MOVANS - Missouri Victim Automated Notification System offers a web page where interested parties can sign up to receive phone or e-mail notification of hearings on Criminal, Traffic or Municipal cases. MOVANS allows people to sign up via the VINE - Victims Information and Notification Everyday web page. To access the link and register, click "Register here to receive phone/e-mail notices of future hearings on this case".
Note: The VINE service is not maintained by the Judiciary or Office of State Courts Administrator. Any issues with the VINE website should be reported to the VINE Service.
Displays the case number, case description, date of docket entry, docket entry description, filed by:, On Behalf of:, associated entries, associated entry text and scheduled events.
The entries list in descending order by date (most current date entry first) but the order can be changed to ascending using the Sort Date Entries check boxes.
The Display option defaults to ALL entries but can be changed to display Pending Motions Only, which lists the Motions on the case that have not been ruled upon yet.
Note: For Courts that are not yet using eFiling or for cases that were migrated from a previous case management system, the Pending Motions display option may not be accurate. Review the full list of docket entries to see if a specific motion has been ruled upon or contact the court.
Date: Displays the date the violation occurred.
Code: Displays the Charge Code.
Disposition: Displays the disposition of the charge and the date it was entered. If the imposition of the sentence is suspended (SIS) then the disposition field will reflect that by displaying 'Suspended'.
Sentence Date or Suspended Date: Displays the date the sentence order was signed or the date the Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS) order was signed by the Court. If an SIS is ordered, the Sentence Date label displays 'Suspended Date.'
Start Date: Displays the date the sentence will begin. This field does not display for Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS).
Length: Displays the duration of the sentence. This field does not display for Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS).
Facility Name: Displays the description of a facility or program (for example, Probation, Shock Incarceration) that is ordered with the sentence or SIS.
Agency: Displays the name of the agency managing the facility or program.
Classification: Displays the level of management of the facility or program.
Outcome: Displays the result of the facility or program when it is ended.
Start Date: Displays the date that facility or program is to begin.
Due Date: Displays the date that the facility or program is scheduled to end.
End Date: Displays the actual date the facility or program ended.
Issuance: Identifies who the service document was issued to, type of document issued, document ID, date issued, date due, bond amount and cash bond.
Return: Identifies the type of service on the return, who the document was served to, the address for the service and the date served. Documents that are returned not served (Non-Est) will not display the served to field.
Next Items(s) Due: List the first item due with a current or future due date.
Note: The event type CREV - Case Review will display, however, CRV2 through CRV6 will not display. CRV2 through CRV6 are intended for use as judge and/or clerk reminders. Non-case private events will not display on Case.net.
Note: If the date of satisfaction field states "not yet on file", query the docket entries beginning with the judgment date to verify a satisfaction has not been filed.
Displays the case number, case description, execution/garnishment number and issue date, location of judgment, county directed to, debtor, garnishee, requestor, requested return date, interrogatories filed date, exemptions filed date, reason for hold, date put on hold, reason taken off hold, date taken off hold, reason released, release date, pay out date, total due, balance due and recoverable amount.
Receipt and payout information is only available on active garnishments and on inactive garnishments for 90 days after the requested return date.
Note: If no execution/garnishment data exists, the message, "No execution/garnishment information exists for this case." will display.