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The Office of Sue Brown, Circuit Clerk

Thank you for visiting the website for the Phelps County Circuit Clerk. We hope that the use of this website will make information easier for you to access and will answer any questions you may have. This office handles a variety of areas within the court system. Please view the various pages and links on the right of your screen to find out more information about specific areas.

If you would like to contact the office with questions about your court case, a ticket, or jury questions, please use one of the methods below. If you have been selected for jury duty we ask that you please view the pages regarding jury information before contacting the office for answers. Please notice the "Common Questions" page as this section may be able to answer many of the questions you have. We thank you for your service and look forward to having you help support this crucial part of our judicial system.

Sue Brown

200 North Main Street

Rolla, MO 65401

Phone: 573-458-6200

Fax: 573-458-6224

sue.brown@courts.mo.gov

 

FAX FILING

Per local court rule, we are able to accept fax filings in the Phelps County Circuit Court. When sending a filing per faxcimile, you do NOT need to send in the original. Please avoid sending in the original after filing per fax, as doing so can result in a double filing and double the work for our clerks. For more information, please see the local court rule below.

 

 4.7       FACSIMILE FILING AND SERVICE

     Authority for Rule

     This rule is promulgated under the authority conferred in Mo.S.Ct.
Rule 43.01(i) (Effective July 1, 1991).

     Facsimile Filing Authorized

     Any pleading or other document including an original filing, may be
filed in any division of this court having, maintaining or designating a
facsimile machine for the receipt of such transmissions, by transmission of
the same to such facsimile machine.

     Any pleading or document filed by facsimile transmission shall have
the same effect as the filing of the original document, even though it may be
required to be verified, acknowledged or sworn to by some other method.

     The pleading or document shall be deemed filed on the date and at the
     time actually received at the office of the clerk.

     Risk of loss in transmission, receipt or illegibility is upon the
person or party transmitting and filing by facsimile.

     If the document is not received by the clerk, or if it is illegible, it is deemed not filed, except that in the case of partial illegibility, that part which is legible is deemed filed.

     The person filing a pleading or other document by facsimile transmission
shall retain the original, and make it available upon order of the court


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