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How to see if your hearing has been rescheduled in Missouri

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Posted at 10:44 AM, Mar 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-18 11:45:08-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With the state of Missouri circuit courts postponing hearings due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Jackson County Circuit Court is providing people with pending cases information on how to track their case and any new court dates.

Public Information Officer Valerie Hartman sent out instructions Wednesday for how people without an attorney can check about if and when a hearing has been rescheduled.

Hartman advised people with an upcoming court date who do not have a lawyer to use the Missouri Case.net website to find their next court date.

Users can enter a specific case number or search by their name to pull up a list of cases in the system.

Missouri Case.net allows individuals to enter an email address or phone number to receive updates via "Track This Case."

Find the full list of instructions here.

Hartman warned that the Missouri Case.net does not include information on municipal court cases, since cities have their own databases.

These records would be for cases pending in county or state courts.