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

Evictions to Resume in St. Louis County

March 24, 2021

St. Louis County Circuit Court 105 South Central Avenue Clayton, Missouri 63105   CLAYTON, MO – March 23, 2021 – After a year moratorium due to the pandemic, some evictions will resume in St. Louis County this week. (See attached Administrative Order 21-11). More than 500 eviction orders in the County have been on hold during the past 12 months due to local court orders based on recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services. Both agencies declared that evictions during the pandemic created a health crisis, and that it…

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Administrative Order 5 – Grand Jury Jail Visit

February 2, 2021

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Diversion Programs Help Keep More County Youth Out of Justice System

January 11, 2021

St. Louis County Circuit Court105 South Central AvenueClayton, Missouri 63105   CLAYTON, MO – January 8, 2021 – The majority of juvenile delinquency referrals to the St. Louis Family Court for low level offenses did not result in formal charges, according to a recent report from the Court. The finding, based on 2019 data, reflects the Court’s heightened focus on diverting young people from the juvenile justice system into programs that allow them to remain with their families and communities and stay in school, while providing supervision to ensure that youth comply with the law. The majority of 2,628 delinquency…

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