Services and Information
Civil Process Information
Service fees, where to mail papers for service, court time limits for service, city address locator
Locations for Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court and St. Louis City Municipal Court, and links to jury duty information
Information regarding programs offered to inmates during their time of incarceration.
Inmate's or Former Inmate's Property Return
How to request the return of an inmate's property.
What you’ll need to know about reporting for jury duty.
Making Bond - Posting Bail
Information about how to make bond for someone who has been arrested or is awaiting trial
Process Server Training
Information on class and criteria to become a process server
Send Money to an Inmate
Everything you need to know to send money to an inmate at the workhouse or the city jail
Visiting An Inmate
Information visitors need to know if they want to see a resident at City Justice Center or Medium Security Institution.
Volunteer Programs - Corrections
The Division of Corrections offers volunteers a number of opportunities to work with the residents at City Justice Center and Medium Security Institution.
Departments and Agencies
The Circuit Attorney is elected by its citizens as the prosecutor for state-level criminal cases in the City of St. Louis. Specialized units include Child Support, Community Affairs, Drug Court, Felony Trial, Victim Services, White Collar Crime and the Warrant Office.
The Circuit Clerk's Office is responsible for the organization and maintenance of the 5,000,000 court files (1804 - present) in storage and the 40,000 new civil and criminal cases filed every year in the 22nd Judicial Circuit.
Circuit Court 22nd
22nd Circuit Court information on reporting for Jury Duty, using CaseNet to track case information, and access to forms
City Justice Center
Information regarding the City Justice Center, inmates visits, and volunteer opportunities.
Information and links concerning the City Justice Center (City Jail) and the Medium Security Institution (Workhouse)
Office of the Medical Examiner
Medium Security Institution
Information regarding the City's Medium Security Institution
Traffic Court, Minor Alcohol/Drug Court, Earnings Tax Court, Truancy Court, and Problem Property Court
Public Safety Department
The Department of Public Safety is the largest municipal government department in the City of St. Louis overseeing the Fire Department, the Metropolitan Police Department, six major divisions, two bureaus, a correctional institution and the city jail.
The Sheriff's office is responsible for the security of the courtrooms of the Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit Court and serves court papers and eviction notices.
Online Juror Questionnaire
Online version of the Juror Questionnaire that must be submitted within 10 days of recieving summons.
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