Chris Lebeck reappointed to Missouri Court Automation Committee
The Missouri Board of Governors reappointed Chris Lebeck to the Missouri Court Automation Committee at its annual meeting in September.
The 23-member Missouri Court Automation Committee was established in 1994 by state statute to develop, implement, operate, and maintain a statewide court automation system. The committee also administers the Statewide Court Automation Fund.
Lebeck is senior assistant prosecuting attorney for the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office. He works in the major crimes unit, handling violent crimes, weapons offenses, and homicides.
Lebeck said he is “humbled” that The Missouri Bar Board of Governors voted to reappoint him as one of the two Missouri Bar representatives on the state Court Automation Committee.
“I look forward to our work in continuing to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the courts not just for members of the judiciary and court staff but for all interested parties,” he said. “Missouri should be proud as we have one of the best unified court systems in the United States.”
Lebeck’s new term ends Dec. 31, 2024.
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