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This page contains Court Information for Franklin County, Missouri Judicial Circuit 20. | Traffic Law Defense in Missouri

Franklin, Judicial Circuit 20


Franklin County Courthouse
401 East Main Street
Union, Missouri 63084
(636)583-6303 (telephone)

Gael D. Wood, Presiding Judge, Division I

Judge Cynthia M. Eckelkamp, Circuit Division II
Judge Walter A. Murray, Jr., Associate Division V - Probate
Judge David L. Hoven, Associate Division VI
Judge Stanley D. Williams, Associate Division VII

Docket Call:

General Information:
Clerk's Office
Bill D. Miller, Circuit Clerk
(636)583-6303 (telephone)

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

Associate Divisions:
(636)583-6312 Division V - Probate
(636)583-6318 Division VI
(636)583-6326 Division VII


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