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

In response to the operational directives regarding the Covid-19 emergency that were issued by the Missouri Supreme Court on May 16, 2020, attorneys will be prohibited from scheduling any in-person proceeding at this time through the Court’s website. Once a determination has been made that it is appropriate to resume courtroom proceedings, online requests will resume. In the interim, any scheduling request can be sent via email to Tracy Wells at tracy.wells@courts.mo.gov. Approved requests will be conducted through a teleconference, or if preferred, a video conference. Attorneys conducting proceedings through teleconference are directed to first contact one another by phone and then dial Judge Whyte directly at (314) 622-4729. In the event the parties prefer a video conference, attorneys are required to email Tracy Wells in order to receive the instructions for participating in a video conference via Cisco Webex. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time.


(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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