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What information is available on the Missouri Case.net website?

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Case.net provides public access to the state courts of Missouri. It is an automated case management system that allows the public to find information regarding case records, judgments and charges pending in public courts.

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Not all courts have information available on Case.net. Courts that have implemented the case management software that is a part of the Missouri Court Automation Program have information available on Case.net. Only cases that have been deemed public under the Missouri Revised Statues are available through the case management system.

There are many benefits to the Case.net system. The system is available at any time and is not limited to traditional working hours. The access is done remotely, meaning individuals do not have to travel to court to research cases. The court system benefits include the ability for individuals to find information regarding their case and make the necessary court cost and fee payments, while reducing phone and in-person inquires.

Civil case information available on the Case.net system include active attorneys' addresses, future calendar dates, case number and types, disposition types, docket entries, garnishments, and executions. Criminal case information includes defendant names and addresses, disposition type, docket entries, judgments and judgment dates, and offense cycle numbers.

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