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Osage County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 20

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This page contains Court information for Osage County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 20.


Osage County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 20

Osage County Courthouse
P.O. Box 825
Linn, Missouri 65051
(573)897-3114 (telephone)
(573)897-4075 (facsimile)

Associate Division mailing address:
P.O. Box 470
Linn, Missouri 65051

Gael D. Wood, Presiding Judge, Division I

Cynthia M. Eckelkamp, Division II

Robert D. Schollmeyer, Associate Circuit Judge

Docket Call:


General Informaiton:
Charlene Eisterhold, Circuit Clerk
(573)897-3114 (telephone)
(573)897-4075 (facsimile)

Please contact the Clerk's office for information on
Adult Abuse and Family Court.

Associate Division:
(573)897-2136



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