Gov. Mike Parson has elevated a judge in each of two circuits, including a recently created one in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated Rachel A. Riso, Jared Robertson and Nathan R. Taylor to fill a newly created judgeship on the Greene County Circuit Court.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission will meet Oct. 30 to consider 17 applicants for a newly created circuit judge position in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission is accepting applications for a circuit judge position in Greene County. The judgeship was created by the legislature as part of the 2023-24 state budget.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission has selected two panels of finalists for judicial openings in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission will meet July 20 and, if necessary, July 21 to pick finalists for two judgeships in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission is accepting applications through June 21 for two judicial vacancies in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated three people for a vacancy on the Greene County circuit bench.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission plans to interview 12 applicants who hope to succeed Greene County Circuit Judge David C. Jones, who is set to retire in June.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated Steven E. Kellogg, Josephine “Jody” Larison Stockard and Ann Mills for an associate circuit judge vacancy in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview 13 applicants for an associate circuit judge vacancy in Greene County.
The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission has nominated Ann Mills, Kevin James Rapp and Daniel R. Wichmer for a vacancy on the Greene County Circuit Court.
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