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Population:
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Number of active lawyers:
24,300+
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Featured Lawyers in Missouri

Krupp Law Firm

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39 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Sexual Assault
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Tad Morlan, Attorney At Law

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30 years in practice
Criminal Defense, DUI Law, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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The Law Office of Gregory N. Smith

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18 years in practice
Criminal Defense, DUI Law, Sexual Assault
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Gartner Law Firm

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25 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, Personal Injury
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The Lampin Law Firm LLC

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8 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Mesothelioma & Asbestos, Personal Injury
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Weber Law Firm, LC

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20 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury
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Counties in Missouri

Jackson CountyGreene CountySt. Louis CountyBoone CountyBuchanan CountyAdair CountyAndrew CountyAtchison CountyAudrain CountyBarry CountyBarton CountyBates CountyBenton CountyBollinger CountyButler CountyCaldwell CountyCallaway CountyCamden CountyCape Girardeau CountyCarroll CountyCarter CountyCass CountyCedar CountyChariton CountyChristian CountyClark CountyClay CountyClinton CountyCole CountyCooper CountyCrawford CountyDade CountyDallas CountyDaviess CountyDeKalb CountyDent CountyDouglas CountyDunklin CountyFranklin CountyGasconade CountyGentry CountyGrundy CountyHarrison CountyHenry CountyHickory CountyHolt CountyHoward CountyHowell CountyIron CountyJasper CountyJefferson CountyJohnson CountyKnox CountyLaclede CountyLafayette CountyLawrence CountyLewis CountyLincoln CountyLinn CountyLivingston CountyMacon CountyMadison CountyMaries CountyMarion CountyMcDonald CountyMercer CountyMiller CountyMississippi CountyMoniteau CountyMonroe CountyMontgomery CountyMorgan CountyNew Madrid CountyNewton CountyNodaway CountyOregon CountyOsage CountyOzark CountyPemiscot CountyPerry CountyPettis CountyPhelps CountyPike CountyPlatte CountyPolk CountyPulaski CountyPutnam CountyRalls CountyRandolph CountyRay CountyReynolds CountyRipley CountySaline CountySchuyler CountyScotland CountyScott CountyShannon CountyShelby CountySt. Charles CountySt. Clair CountySt. Francois CountySte. Genevieve CountyStoddard CountyStone CountySullivan CountyTaney CountyTexas CountyVernon CountyWashington CountyWayne CountyWebster CountyWorth CountyWright CountySt. Louis City CountyIndependent Cities
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About the Missouri Legal System

Missouri has two federal courts: a state supreme and a state court. There are also trial courts with limited and general jurisdiction.

Missouri's state judges are largely selected by merit selection and through the assisted appointment process. The Missouri Plan, which was adopted in 1940 as the first state to implement merit selection, has been used as a model by 34 other states. If they want to serve full terms, appointed judges can run in yes/no retention elections for a shorter term.

The Missouri federal district courts are the United States District Court for Eastern District of Missouri, and the United States District Court for Western District of Missouri. Appeals from these districts are made to the U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit.

Missouri has two federal bankruptcy courts. These courts have subject-matter jurisdiction and can hear bankruptcy cases.

The Missouri Supreme Court was founded in 1820 and has seven judgeships.

The Missouri Supreme Court is the only court that can hear appeals regarding the validity or inapplicability of federal statutes and treaties, the validity or constitutional provisions of state statutes, state revenue laws, challenges or the right of a state elected official to hold office, or when the death penalty was imposed. The court can hear appeals at its discretion if there is a question of importance or generality, if the law needs to be re-examined, or if the lower court's decision conflicts with an earlier appellate ruling.

The Missouri Court of Appeals serves as the intermediate appellate court in the state of Missouri. Appeals from circuit courts are handled by the court of appeals. Missouri's appellate court system is split into the eastern, western, and southern districts.

About Missouri

The Gateway Arch demonstrates that Missouri was a key player in the westward expansion. Missouri was the birthplace of the Pony Express and Santa Fe Trails, as well as the Oregon Trail and California Trail. Missouri was a border state and played a complex role in the American Civil War. It was subject to raids, rival governments, and guerilla warfare. Both Greater St. Louis, Missouri, and the Kansas City metropolitan region became hubs of industrialization and commerce after the war. The state is now divided into 114 counties, and St. Louis is an independent city.

Missouri's culture combines elements from the Midwestern and Southern United States. It is home to the musical genres of ragtime, Kansas City Jazz, and St. Louis Blues. You can find both the well-known Kansas City-style barbecue and the less-known St. Louis-style barbecue all over the state. Missouri is home to some of the most permissive laws regarding alcohol in the United States. It is also a major hub for beer brewing. Anheuser-Busch is the largest beer producer in the world. It also produces the eponymous wine, which is made in the Missouri Rhineland, Ozarks. The Lake of the Ozarks and Table Rock Lake are popular tourist spots outside of the major cities.

Missouri Lawyers FAQs

How much does a lawyer cost in Missouri?

While prices between lawyers may vary, the average price per hour for a lawyer is between $120 and $380 per hour. Since prices may vary, be sure to ask potential lawyers for their pricing information before moving forward with them.

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How many active attorneys are there in Missouri?

There are approximately 24,300 active lawyers in the state of Missouri. This number reflects all lawyers registered with The State Bar of Missouri.

Who licenses attorneys in Missouri?

The Missouri State Bar licenses all attorneys in Missouri. A lawyer that is not licensed by the state bar association cannot practice law in full capacity.

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