Beginning April 14, 2014, attorneys filing in Christian County will be required to use the Missouri eFiling System for ALL CASES.

Christian County Website

MO Courts

Admin Order (Phases 1-3)

2nd Admin Order (Criminal Defense)


NOTICE: COVID-19 update



The 38th Judicial Circuit, [Divisions 1 & 2 only], is conducting a pilot program of a feature on that allows parties and counsel to appear virtually with ease.  The feature is a link called “Virtual Hearing Room”, and it allows parties and counsel to immediately access a proceeding remotely.  To access the Virtual Hearing Room link, first go to, then click on Search for a Case.  Next enter the case number in the Case Number search on  When the case is displayed, clink on “Scheduled Hearings & Trial”.  You will see the Virtual Hearing Room link.  Click on that to attend the proceeding remotely.  Please register/sign in as yourself and mute your microphone until your case is called.  All routine civil motions as of 10/28/21 will be heard via the virtual hearing room only.  Should this not be a possibility, please contact the Judge’s clerk.


Welcome to the web site for the Christian County Courts
(also known as the Christian County Circuit Court)

The 38th Judicial Circuit for the State of Missouri is the Christian County Circuit Courts.  Our court staff handles Civil, Criminal, Domestic, Juvenile, Probate, and Traffic matters. Above this screen you will find links to various information and services of this Court. Also shown above are links to the various divisions of the Court.

This web site is provided only as a convenience and contains general information about the Court. We urge you to review the disclaimer concerning the information provided on this web site.

The Court is prohibited by law from responding to requests for legal advice. You should make all such requests to a licensed attorney.

You may not make requests for continuances, court settings, dismissals or other relief from the Court on a particular case by using this web site.

All pleadings and documents must be filed with the Circuit Clerk's Office pursuant to the requirements of the law (e.g. Missouri Rules of Criminal Procedure, Missouri Rules of Civil Procedure, local court rules, administrative orders, statutes).