Josh Meisner Macon County Prosecuting Attorney Email: Macon.County.PA@prosecutors.mo.gov 101 E Washington St. Suite A Macon, MO 63552 Phone: 660-385-2175 Fax: 660-385-6800 Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am to Noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Victim Advocate: 660-385-2175 or cell 660-651-0689 Child Support: 660-258-3916
The office of Macon County Prosecuting Attorney is a part time office. The office has two part time staff members and one full time staff member who are listed below.
Cody Wells - Assistant Prosecuting Attorney- Part time Sherri Davis - Legal Assistant - Full time Tonia Ausmus - Legal Assistant - Part time Erica Nobles - Victim Advocate- Part time
Mission Statement: To seek justice and enhance public safety.
Josh Meisner obtained his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at Missouri Western State University, his Master of Science in Criminal Justice at The University of Central Missouri, and his Juris Doctor Degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law. Josh was raised in Macon, Missouri and has spent the majority of his life here. He has been the Macon County Prosecuting Attorney since 2011. Prior to that he worked as an assistant prosecutor, handling a felony case load in Johnson County, Missouri, as well as in private practice. In addition to his duties as prosecutor, Josh represents plaintiffs in personal injury cases at Meisner and Burks, LLC.
Insufficient Funds Checks or "Bad Checks"
The Macon County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is pleased to announce that we provide, as a free service to the citizens of Macon County, the collection and prosecution of bad checks that have been passed in Macon County, Missouri. This service costs nothing to you the taxpayer, and all administrative costs associated with the collection of these bad checks are paid by the bad check writers.
Bad checks are bad for business, bad for the economy, and bad for the Macon County community. Bad checks cost our community thousands of dollars each year. A loss to a community merchant is a loss to the entire community. We are confident that with your help we can continue to collect bad checks and successfully prosecute bad check writers.