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Phelps County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 25

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This page contains Court information for Phelps County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 25.

Phelps County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 25

Phelps County Courthouse
200 N. Main, Ste 201
Rolla, Missouri 65401
(573)458-6000 (telephone)

Tracy L. Storie, Presiding Judge, Division I
Mary W. Sheffield, Circuit Judge, Division II
Ralph J. Haslag, Associate Circuit Judge
Ronald D. White, Associate Circuit & Probate Judge

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Sue Brown, Circuit Clerk
(573)458-6210 (telephone)
(573)458-6224 (facsimile)

Please contact the Circuit Clerk for information on the following:

Adult Abuse Orders
Small Claims Filings
Traffic Court
Law Days
Criminal Court

Associate Divisions:
(573)458-6210 (telephone)

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