St. Louis County Courts > Our Judges Division 1 - Hon. Brian H. MayDivision 2 - Hon. Richard M. StewartDivision 3 - Hon. Sandra Farragut-HemphillDivision 4 - Hon. Joseph S. DuekerDivision 5 - Division 6 - Hon. John N. BorbonusDivision 7 - Hon. Mary Elizabeth OttDivision 8 - Hon. Dean P. WaldemerDivision 9 - Hon. David Lee Vincent, IIIDivision 10 - Hon. Michael T. JamisonDivision 11 - Hon. Ellen LevyDivision 12 - Hon. Stanley J. WallachDivision 13 - Hon. Bruce F. HiltonDivision 14 - Hon. Kristine KerrDivision 15 - Hon. John D. WarnerDivision 16 - Hon. Michael BurtonDivision 17 - Hon. Joseph L. Walsh, IIIDivision 18 - Hon. Ellen H. RibaudoDivision 19 - Hon. Gloria Clark RenoDivision 20 - Hon. Margaret T. DonnellyDivision 21 - Hon. Nancy Watkins McLaughlinDivision 31 - Hon. Nicole S. ZellwegerDivision 32 - Hon. Mary Bruntrager SchroederDivision 33 - Hon. Jason D. DodsonDivision 34 - Hon. Renée Hardin-TammonsDivision 35 - Hon. Lorne J. BakerDivision 36 - Hon. Joseph L. GreenDivision 37 - Hon. John R. EssnerDivision 38 - Hon. John R. LasaterDivision 39 - Hon. Ellen W. DunneDivision 40 - Hon. John NewshamDivision 41 - Hon. Virginia LayDivision 42 - Hon. Robert HeggieDivision 43 - Hon. Mondonna L. GhasediDivision 44 - Division 46 - Division 47 - Hon. Peggy McCartneyDivision 61 - Hon. Diane M. MonahanDivision 62 - Hon. Heather R. CunninghamDivision 64 - Hon. Victoria Mullen McKeeDivision 65 - Hon. Mary GreavesDivision 66 - Hon. William J. GustDivision 67 - Division 68 - Hon. Megan Julian St. Louis County Courts Division 44 Circuit Judge Courtroom: 389 Floor: 3 North Clerk: Nancy Court Reporter: Bailiff: Phone: 314-615-1502 Fax: 314-615-8280 VACANT Civil and Criminal Setting Motions Non-Testimony Motion Settings Civil weeks only. There is a limit of 3 per day. Phone settings are allowed. Call the clerk who will enter it on the docket. The attorney must notice the other attorneys and the Court. Testimony Motion Settings Phone settings are allowed. Call the clerk who will enter it on the docket. A specific date will be selected. The attorney must notice the other attorneys and the Court.