Today in the Courts
- Beginning October 1, attorneys in Lafayette, Platte and Saline counties are required to use the Missouri eFiling System.
- The Missouri Board of Law Examiners September 17 announced the list of candidates who successfully met all requirements of the July 2014 bar exam.
- The 31st Circuit judicial commission announced the demographic, interviewee and meeting information regarding the Fitzsimmons associate circuit judge vacancy in Greene County.
- Beginning September 15, attorneys in Lincoln and Osage counties -- as well as those filing pleadings in civil cases in St. Louis County -- are required to use the Missouri eFiling System. Attorneys in St. Louis County have been required to use eFiling for all associate civil, probate, small claims and department of revenue tax lien cases since March 2014.
- The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission announces the demographic, interviewee and meeting information regarding the Seigel circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County.
- Applications are due September 30 to fill the Grady circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis (22nd Circuit).
- Beginning August 7, online payments can be made with Pay By Web – the judiciary's new online payment service – in Boone, Greene, Jefferson and St. Charles counties.
- Warning: Please be advised about phony e-mail notices to appear in court.
- The Supreme Court of Missouri's civic education committee has launched a new website – "Discover Missouri Courts" – devoted to providing user-friendly information about Missouri courts and judges.
- Twelve high schools statewide have been selected to compete in the 2014 Constitution Project.