St. Louis County Courts

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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

St. Louis County Circuit Court Names Megan Julian Treatment Court Commissioner

August 16, 2019

St. Louis County Circuit Court 105 South Central Avenue Clayton, Missouri 63105 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE St. Louis County Circuit Court Names Megan Julian Treatment Court Commissioner Courts Improve Outcomes for Defendants with Drug, Mental Health Issues CLAYTON, MO – August 16, 2019 – The St. Louis County Circuit Court has appointed attorney Megan Julian to serve a four-year term as its first full-time treatment court commissioner. The position is the first of its kind in St. Louis County, and was made possible through legislation signed earlier this year by Gov. Mike Parson. Gov. Parson is a long-time supporter of treatment…

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY FAMILY COURT IN FULL COMPLIANCE WITH 2016 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AGREEMENT

March 8, 2019

CLAYTON, MO – March 7, 2019 – The St. Louis County Family Court has fulfilled all the requirements of a 2016 agreement between the Court and the U.S. Department of Justice, according to a D.O.J. report released today. Since the last D.O.J. report, issued in August of 2018, the Court has achieved full compliance with the 2016 agreement to ensure that juveniles’ constitutional rights and best interests are protected. The requirements include full access to legal representation, enhanced staff training, and data tracking and analysis to improve services to youth and families. Meanwhile, the average number of juveniles held in…

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Race Not a Significant Factor in Determining Outcome of Juvenile Court Hearings for Delinquent County Youth

November 29, 2018

Services Needed to Help Reduce Court Referrals will be Topic of Community Meeting Dec. 4 CLAYTON, MO – Nov. 29, 2018 — Race was not a significant factor in determining which youth were found delinquent at court hearings in the St. Louis County Family Court during the first half of 2018, according to a report released today. Instead, risk factors including age, a history of previous infractions and the actual legal charges were used in delinquency findings. The report examined the way juvenile cases were handled at each step in the legal process. Those steps include informal referrals of juveniles made by…

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