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McDonald County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 40

McDonald County Speeding Ticket Lawyers
McDonald County DUI / DWI Defense Lawyers

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McDonald County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 40

McDonald County Courthouse
P.O. Box 157
Highway W & Main
Pineville, MO 64856
(417)223-7515 telephone
(417)223-4125 facsimile

Timothy W. Perigo, Presiding Judge, Division I

John LePage, Associate Circuit Judge

Docket Call:
Law Days: First Tuesday is Civil Motion Court Day; Third Tuesday is Criminal Law Day.

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Gene Hall, Circuit Clerk
(417)223-7515 telephone
(417)223-4125 facsimile

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

Adult Abuse Orders: (417)223-7515
Family Court: (417)223-7515
Small Claims Filings: (417)223-7543
Traffic Court: (417)223-7512
Associate Division: (417)223-7543
Passports: (417) 223-7518
Victim Advocate: (417)223-2378 - Dana Banta

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