Missouri Administrative Office of Courts
The State Courts Administrator keeps Missouri court records. For the Supreme and appellate courts, the office provides minutes, opinions, and opinion orders. All trials and other non-appeals cases are handled by the circuit courts, which provide docket entries, party information, and judgments, along with other information. The circuit courts handle criminal and civil cases, including family, probate, juvenile, small claims, and municipal cases. Missouri court records are available online and in person at a courthouse.
Missouri Court Record Availability
Contact local courts for trial court records or see online below.
Access to Missouri Court Records
The Case.net system, provided by the State Courts Administrator, provides online access to case information for many of Missouri’s circuit courts. The system does not include all courts. You can search by party name, filing date, or case number, and you can look at a schedule of upcoming trials and hearings. Information available includes party names and addresses, docket entries, case history, attorney information, and judgments entered. Records are available for civil and criminal cases.
Case records are available online and in person free of charge for all Supreme and appeals court cases and all circuit court cases deemed public under state law.
Supreme and appeals court records are available online back to 1997. For the Case.net system, dates vary by court, but mostly begin in the 1990s or 2000s.
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