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Buchanan County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 5

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This page contains Court information for Buchanan County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 5.


Buchanan County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 5

Buchanan County Courthouse
411 Jules Street, St. Joseph, Missouri 64501
(816)271-1462 (telephone)
(816)271-1538 (facsimile)

Patrick K. Robb, Presiding Judge, Division III

Weldon C. Judah, Circuit Judge, Division II
Randall R. Jackson, Circuit Judge, Division I
Daniel F. Kellogg, Circuit Judge, Division IV
Keith Marquart, Associate Circuit, Judge, Division V
Ronald E. Taylor, Associate Circuit Judge, Division VI

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Ireene Mooney, Circuit Clerk
(816)271-1462 (telephone)
(816)271-1538 (facsimile)

Please contact Ireene Mooney, Circuit Clerk, for information and assistance on traffic matters and docket information.

For more information about the 5th Judicial Circuit, please click on the following link: http://www.5thcircuit.org/



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