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Last Updated August 12, 2013

Welcome to the Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office

Photo of Christy Blakemore, Boone County Circuit Clerk

My name is Christy Blakemore. The Circuit Clerk is responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of the court; collecting, accounting for and disbursing all monies paid into the court; and performing other duties, as necessary, to assist the court in performing its duties. Some of the duties of a court clerk are:

  1. Receive, process, and maintain the judgments, rules, orders and all other proceedings of the court.
  2. Issue process: summons, subpoenas, executions, garnishments, sequestrations, judgments, orders, and commitments.
  3. Collect and disburse all fines and costs.
  4. Collect and disburse other monies paid into court as ordered by the court.
  5. Preserve the court seal and other property of the office.
  6. Provide uniform case reporting.
  7. Enter all case records into state system for child support collection.

The Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office is comprised of 5 different divisions:

  • Accounting/Traffic,
  • Civil,
  • Family Court,
  • Criminal, and
  • Probate.

Each division contains a supervisor and deputy clerks. The Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office has a Unit Manager with duties including assisting in overseeing the daily activities of each division, maintaining monthly & annual records for qualified surety bond company's, and providing the court with statistical and case management reports.

The Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office is located in the Boone County Courthouse on the first and second floors. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. This office honors all holidays regulated by the State of Missouri. The list of holidays may be found here.

Please be aware the Circuit Clerk's Office employees are prohibited by law from responding to requests for legal advice. All such requests should be made directly with a licensed attorney.

Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to research answers to common questions.

To access public case information, please go to If you access cases just in the 13th Circuit then you will be accessing real-time data, meaning once the information is entered in the Clerk's Office then it will be seen on If you are doing a search for all circuits there may be a lag in data up to 3 hours. We ask you to please visit this site as it has a lot of very helpful information, especially upcoming court dates. If you have an attorney, including a public defender, you need to communicate with them to obtain your court date or check on

Thank you for visiting the Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office. We hope you find this site user friendly and provides you the information you are seeking.