is the Missouri judiciary's online case management system. Viewers are able to access case records filed by the state's courts that are part of the Missouri Court Automation Program. More » Government & Politics US Government Branches of Government

To access court records on, go to the Missouri Judiciary home page, and click the corresponding link on the right-hand side of the page. Once open, choose a search method, such as Litigant Name Search or Case Nu... More » 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... More » Government & Politics Public Records

As of May 2015, provides case management options for Missouri courts that are part of the automated system and for cases that are considered public, according to its website. Individuals obtain information throu... More » Government & Politics Law

To initiate an appeal within the Missouri court system, the appellant must file a Notice of Appeal no later than 10 days after the judgment is rendered, explains Missouri Courts. In civil cases, any party filing a notice... More » Government & Politics US Government Branches of Government

In the Marbury v. Madison case, the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of William Marbury's argument, but his commission was still denied because the court lacked the power to issue a writ of mandamus. The court ... More »

In the United States, judicial power is divided between the federal and state governments; within each court system, a tiered structure of original and appellate jurisdiction is in place. Both the executive and legislati... More »