Scheduling Motions in Division 14



St. Louis City Circuit Court
Joseph P. Whyte, Judge

Courtroom:14
Floor: 9 NW CCB
Paralegal: Tracy Wells
Email: Tracy.Wells@courts.mo.gov
Phone: (314) 641-8448
Fax: (314) 613-3012


IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS

Beginning the week of July 12th, Division 14 will adopt the following schedule:

VIRTUAL MONDAYS: Status conferences, non-contested hearings, default hearings and non-testimonial motion hearings.

TUESDAY MORNINGS: In-person status conferences, non-contested hearings, default hearings and non-testimonial motion hearings.

TUESDAY AFTERNOONS: Order of Protection dockets (see http://www.stlcitycircuitcourt.com/index2.html?XMLFile=xml/judges/Whyte.xml for additional details)

WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: In-person contested hearings, trials and Probation Revocation docket (see above referenced link for additional details)

Any attorney who wishes to conduct a status conference, non-testimonial motion hearing, non-contested hearing or default hearing via Cisco Webex must be scheduled through Tracy Wells at tracy.wells@courts.mo.gov. Remote conferences and hearings will only be available on Mondays.

Any attorney who wishes to conduct an in-person status conference, non-contested hearing, default hearing and non-testimonial motion hearing may use the Court’s website to schedule their case.


(PLEASE REFER TO NEW PROCEDURES ABOVE)

To cancel or reschedule any matter, you must contact Tracy Wells either by phone or email within 2 business days of scheduled hearing date.

NOTE: AFTER scheduling a case, the attorney signing up the matter MUST electronically file a Notice of Hearing within 24 hours of signing up said cause on this website.



NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS:

BEFORE scheduling a case on this website, the attorney signing up the matter MUST consult and confirm the availability of all attorneys and/or non-represented parties on the case.

AFTER scheduling a case, the attorney signing up the matter MUST electronically file a Notice of Hearing within 24 hours of signing up said cause on this website.

FAILURE to comply with ALL instructions listed above, will result in your matter being removed from the docket, and your case will not be heard.



 
 

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