The reactions range from mild concern to outright revolt. Judges and circuit clerks are gearing up for the headaches they expect from a Supreme Court requirement that counties pick one official to oversee court clerks. Two-thirds of the state’s counties ...Read More »
Technology staff from the Office of the State Courts Administrator is working on addressing problems with the Missouri judiciary’s Web site, www.courts.mo.gov. You may have noticed some problems with the site. It may not load at all or take minutes for ...
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About 200 Missouri judges will converge in St. Louis next week for the Judicial College Seminar. The Judicial College held by the Office of the State Courts Administrator is a biannual program that provides continuing legal education for judges. “The purpose ...Read More »
Missouri Senators voted 33-1 to use $6.7 million in federal stimulus funds to plug various holes in the state's judiciary budget. Earlier this year, the House passed a bill for next fiscal year's budget that includes about $187.1 million for the state's judiciary system. That's about a $2.7 million cut from the current fiscal year. The lone senator to vote against the budget bill funding the judiciary system was Sen. Jim Lembke (pictured), R-St. Louis County. He said he voted against every budget bill that he thought "spent too much money."Read More »