Supreme Court recognizes 45th Judicial Circuit for efficiently processing, managing case load

 Posted on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 9:46 am

(L-R) Presiding Judge Chris Kunza Mennemeyer of the 45th Circuit (Lincoln and Pike Counties); Chief Justice Mary R. Russell; Lincoln County Circuit Clerk Grace Sinclair; Chief Juvenile Officer Ernie Painter and Pike County Circuit Clerk Jerri Harrelson.

(L-R) Presiding Judge Chris Kunza Mennemeyer of the 45th Circuit (Lincoln and Pike Counties); Chief Justice Mary R. Russell; Lincoln County Circuit Clerk Grace Sinclair; Chief Juvenile Officer Ernie Painter and Pike County Circuit Clerk Jerri Harrelson.

On behalf of the 45th Judicial Circuit, Presiding Judge Chris Kunza Mennemeyer accepted the Daniel O’Toole Award, presented by Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary R. Russell during a special ceremony at the Judicial Leadership Summit in Lake Ozark.

This is the first time the 45th circuit, which includes Lincoln and Pike counties, has received the O’Toole Award.

The O’Toole Award is given to circuits for efficiently managing and processing cases during fiscal 2013.
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