The Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office handles civil tax cases, not criminal.

The Prosecutor’s Office receives tax petitions from the:

Missouri Department of Revenue
Division of Taxation and Collection
3400B Knipp Drive, Jefferson City, MO  65109

(573) 751-7200

The petitions state the type of tax, tax years and amounts of taxes due.  If you receive a petition and a letter from the Prosecutor’s Office, please review the petition carefully.  In or around paragraph 4, the petition should indicate if the taxes due for a particular year have been filed and not timely paid, or not filed at all.

If the taxes have not been filed, please send copies of all W-2’s for that tax year to the attention of Angie Stanton at the  Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office:

15 S Church St room 204, Union, MO  63084

The copies will be forwarded to the Department of Revenue (DOR) so a claim can be filed on the taxpayer’s behalf.  This will usually reduce or sometimes eliminate the amount of taxes due.

If the taxes were filed, but not paid, please contact Angie at (636) 583-6370, to sent up a time to appear in person at the Prosecutor’s Office and sign a consent judgment.  A consent judgment allows you to make a monthly or weekly payment towards your delinquent taxes.