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The Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan celebrates 76 years of fair and impartial courts. Learn more about the history of the plan and how it can help you as you head to the polls Tuesday -->

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Missouri’s Non-Partisan Court Plan, commonly known as The Missouri Plan, turns 76 years old Nov. 5. In the more than three-quarters of a century since its creation, the plan has served as a model f…
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As Election Day approaches, take time to find out about the performance of the judges on your ballot:

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There are 45 judicial circuits in Missouri. The state’s circuit courts have several divisions in which cases are managed by circuit judges, associate circuit judges, probate judges, municipal…
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Missouri voters adopted the Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan 75 years ago for our Supreme Court and appeals court judges. Over the years, Missouri voters have adopted the plan to apply to trial court judges in St. Louis City and St. Louis, Jackson, Clay, Platte and Greene Counties Plus, it has been copied by more than 30 states. Learn how the Missouri Plan works for you and join in the anniversary celebration!

Missourians Have Something Big to Celebrate This Nov. 5 Seventy-five years ago today, Missouri voters adopted Missouri’s Non-Partisan Court Plan, now known around the world as the Missouri Plan. Th…
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The #Missouri Bar has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to produce a traveling exhibit and courthouse exhibits to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Missouri Plan and to help educate Missourians about how all Missouri judges are accountable to the voters. Courthouses and public institutions across the state are encouraged to participate. Learn more:

The Missouri Bar has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to produce a traveling exhibit and courthouse exhibits to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Missouri Plan and to help educate Missourians about how all Missouri judges are accountable to the voters.
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The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission selected a panel of three nominees for the associate circuit judge position in Greene County, created by the appointment of Judge Brown to the circuit bench. The nominees are: Becky J.W. Borthwick, Margaret E. Holden and Chantel L. Alberhasky. Learn more about the candidates here:

The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission (Greene County) conducted one day of public hearings, interviewed nine applicants and selected a panel of three nominees Thursday for the associate circuit judg…
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Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 10.28(d), the 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission (St. Louis City) releases the demographics and interviewee information relating to applicants for the circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John Garvey. The commission will meet beginning at 8:30 a.m. October 14 and October 15, 2015, at the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, to interview all 26 applicants. For more information, visit:

The 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission announced that it will interview all 26 applicants – 14 women, 12 men, nine minority – for the circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John Gar…
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The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview all nine applicants – six women and three men – for the associate circuit judge vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Jason R. Brown as circuit judge. Learn more:

The 31st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview all nine applicants – six women and three men – for the associate circuit judge vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Jason R. …
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The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission announced that public interviews will be held for the current circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Commission will also hold deliberations to select the panel of three nominees for the governor’s consideration upon the conclusion of the interview process. Learn more:

The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission announced that public interviews will be held for the current circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Commission will also hold de...
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Deadline to apply for a circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis is September 16, 2015. The vacancy was created by the retirement of Judge John F. Garvey. Details:

The 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission (City of St. Louis) is accepting applications for a circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John F. Garvey. The application deadline is Septemb…
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The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview all 29 applicants — 15 women, 14 men, four minorities, 25 non-minorities — for the circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richard Bresnahan. Public interviews are scheduled for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Learn more:

The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission will interview all 29 applicants — 15 women, 14 men, four minorities, 25 non-minorities — for the circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richa...
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The 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission (city of St. Louis) is accepting applications for a circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John F. Garvey. The application deadline is September 16, 2015. Learn more:

The 22nd Circuit Judicial Commission (city of St. Louis) is accepting applications for a circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge John F. Garvey. The application deadline is Septem...
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The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission announced that public interviews will be held for the current circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Commission will also hold deliberations to select the panel of three nominees for the governor’s consideration upon the conclusion of the interview process. Learn more:

The 21st Circuit Judicial Commission announced that public interviews will be held for the current circuit judge vacancy in St. Louis County on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Commission will also hold de...
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The 31st Judicial Circuit Commission (Greene County) is accepting applications for an associate circuit judge vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Jason R. Brown to the circuit bench. Applications must be received by 5 p.m., September 9, 2015. Find more information here:

The 31st Judicial Circuit Commission (Greene County) is accepting applications for an associate circuit judge vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Jason R. Brown to the circuit bench. Applic...
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The 21st Judicial Circuit Commission (St. Louis County) is accepting applications for a circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richard Bresnahan. Applications must be received by each commissioner no later than 5 p.m. August 24, 2015. Learn more:

The 21st Judicial Circuit Commission (St. Louis County) is accepting applications for a circuit judge vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richard Bresnahan. Applications must be received by ...
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Congratulations to Judge Jason Brown on his new appointment as the new circuit judge for Greene County. Learn more:

Gov. Jay Nixon announced the appointment of Jason R. Brown as circuit judge for the 31st Judicial Circuit, which covers Greene County. The position was created by the retirement of Hon. J. Dan Conk...
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