Div. 14: Lynne R. Perkins

DIVISION 14Judge Lynne Perkins

Civil Courts Building, Division 14, 9th floor NW
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Meeting number: 966 745 648
Video address: lynne.perkins@mocourts.webex.com
Audio connection: US Toll: 1-408-418-9388
Access code: 966 745 648

Judge Perkins was appointed associate circuit judge in 2017 and retained in 2020. He was appointed circuit judge in 2023.

Circuit Judge Lynne R. Perkins was born and raised in St. Louis. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served 20 years before being honorably discharged in 2000. After law school, Judge Perkins served as an assistant public defender in the St. Louis City Trial Office from 2003 to 2008. Afterwards, he founded The Law Office of Lynne R. Perkins where he practiced criminal defense and personal Injury law for nine years. 

Judge Perkins, a St. Louis native, holds degrees from the Community College of Airforce, Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, and a juris doctor from the Washington University School of Law.

Missouri Bar Association
Mound City Bar Association
Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church

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