Speakers Bureau

Members of the St. Louis County Judicial Speakers Bureau are available to speak to elementary, middle and high school groups, universities, town hall meetings, churches and civic organizations on a wide range of topics, at no charge. Please send us your request at least three weeks in advance, and let us know how long you would like the judge to speak.

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Tours

Complimentary guided tours of the St. Louis County Courthouse are available during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) on weekdays only.  For more information on guided tours, please click below.

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News Releases

Administrative Order 29 – Court Operations During Stay at Home Order

May 11, 2020

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Victims of Domestic Violence Can File for Orders of Protection Online

April 23, 2020

St. Louis County Circuit Court 105 South Central Avenue Clayton, Missouri 63105      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Victims of Domestic Violence Can File for Orders of Protection Online Innovation Driven by COVID-19 Pandemic Will Improve Safety, Efficiency Long-Term  CLAYTON, MO – April 23, 2020 – Getting an order of protection is now safer, simpler and easier for victims of domestic violence in St. Louis County during the COVID-19 health emergency. Victims can file for orders of protection online, without the need to travel to the courthouse, arrange for childcare or leave work. St. Louis County is the only judicial circuit…

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Presiding Judge Michael D. Burton Limits Court Operations in Order to Protect Public Health, Prevent Spread of Coronavirus

March 13, 2020

St. Louis County Circuit Court105 South Central AveClayton, MO 63105 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Presiding Judge Michael D. Burton Limits Court Operations in Order to Protect Public Health, Prevent Spread of Coronavirus Jurors Not Needed for Weeks of March 16 and March 23 CLAYTON, MO –March 13, 2020 – Presiding Judge Michael D. Burton issued an Administrative Order scaling back court operations in order to protect public health and prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. The order coincides with declarations of a state of emergency by St. Louis County Executive Sam Page and Missouri Gov. Mike Parson. “Our court will remain…

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