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Johnson County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 17

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This page contains Court information for Johnson County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 17.

Johnson County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 17

Johnson County Justice Center
101 West Market
Warrensburg, MO 64093
(660)422-7413 (telephone)
(660)422-7417 (facsimile)

Joseph P. Dandurand, Presiding Judge, Division II

Jacqueline A. Cook, Circuit Judge, Division I
Stephen W. Angle, Associate Circuit Judge
Garrett R. Crouch II, Associate Circuit Judge

General Information:

Clerk's Office
Stephanie Elkins, Circuit Clerk
(660)422-7413 (telephone)
(660)422-7417 (facsimile)

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

Adult Abuse Orders: Stephanie Elkins (660)422-7413
Family Court: Stephanie Elkins
Small Claims Filings: Associate Division (660)422-7410
Law Days: Stephanie Elkins
Traffic Court: Associate Division (660)422-7410
Associate Division: (660)422-7410
Probate Division: (660)422-7405

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