The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has announced panels of nominees for two judicial vacancies in St. Louis County.
Judicial commissions in Platte and St. Louis counties are preparing to interview a total of 29 candidates for three judicial vacancies.
Applications are open for two newly created judgeships, as well as for a vacancy left by a recent promotion.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has announced two panels of finalists for vacancies on the St. Louis County Circuit Court.
The 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated two associate circuit judges and a court commissioner as finalists for a vacancy on the St. Louis circuit bench.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission is accepting applications through April 28 for two impending judicial vacancies in St. Louis County.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated its picks for its circuit judge vacancy and its associate circuit judge vacancy.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview 19 applicants for a circuit judge vacancy and 18 applicants for an associate circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County.
Applications are open for judicial vacancies in St. Louis County and in two Kansas City-area circuits.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated three St. Louis County associate circuit judges for potential elevation to the circuit bench.
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has selected Heather R. Cunningham, Shevon L. Harris and Jeffrey P. Medler as finalists for an associate circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County. Gov. Mike Parson has 60 days to appoint one of them to fill the vacancy created by the recent elevation of Judge Jason D. Dodson to […]
The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission has selected three associate circuit judges as candidates to be elevated to the St. Louis County circuit bench. Following public interviews with 26 applicants, the commission picked Jason D. Dodson, Joseph L. Green and Nicole S. Zellweger to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Michael T. Jamison. […]
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