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DeKalb County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 43

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This page contains Court information for DeKalb County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 43.

DeKalb County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 43

DeKalb County Courthouse
109 W. Main
P.O. Box 248
Maysville, Missouri 64469
(816)449-2602 telephone
(816)449-2440 facsimile

Stephen K. Griffin, Presiding Judge, Division II
Warren L. McElwain, Circuit Judge, Division 1
R. Brent Elliott, Associate Circuit Judge

Please note that Associate Division is separate from the

Circuit Court.

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Clifton DeShon, Circuit Clerk
(816)449-2602 (telephone)
(816)449-2440 (facsimile)
O.W. Weller, Marshall

Associate Circuit Clerk's Office
Diana Wiedmaier, Chief Clerk
Marla Boyd, Deputy Clerk
(816)449-5400 (telephone)
(816)449-2440 (facsimile)

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

Adult Abuse Orders: Call (816)449-5400
Small Claims: Call (816)449-5400
Law Days: Call (816)449-2602
Traffic Matters: Call (816)449-5400

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