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Butler County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 36

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This page contains Court information for Butler County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 36.

Butler County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 36

Butler County Courthouse
100 North Main
Poplar Bluff, Missouri 63901
(573)686-8082 telephone
(573)686-8094 facsimile

Mark L. Richardson, Presiding Judge
John Bloodworth, Associate Circuit Judge
William J. Clarkson, Associate Circuit Judge

Docket Call:
The court holds law days on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. The court holds felony days every Tuesday.

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Betty L. Scott, Circuit Clerk
(573)686-8082 telephone
(573)686-8094 facsimile

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

Civil/Domestic Division
(573) 686-8082 telephone
(573) 686-8094 facsimile

Criminal Division
(573) 686-8087 telephone
(573) 686-8093 facsimile

Probate/Mental Health Division
(573) 686-8073 telephone
(573) 686-0056 facsimile

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