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Audrain County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 12

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Audrain County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 12

Audrain County Courthouse
101 N. Jefferson, Mexico, Missouri 65265
(573)473-5840 (telephone)
(573)581-3237 (facsimile)

Keith M. Sutherland, Presiding Judge
104 West Main St., Warrenton, Missouri 63383
Secretary: Nancy Hesskamp

Linda R. Hamlett, Associate Circuit Judge

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Penny J. Creed, Circuit Clerk
(573)473-5840 (telephone)
(573)581-3237 (facsimile)

Associate Court
(573)473-5850 (telephone)

Please contact the Clerk's office for information on the following:

Adult Abuse Orders
Family Court

Please contact Division II for information about the following:

Civil - Ramona Wagner - (573)473-5850
Criminal - Kathy Mommens - (573)475-5852
Probate - Bev Brothers - (573)473-5854
Traffic Court - Sue Johnson - (573)473-5851

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