Anthony D. Linson
Anthony D. Linson received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1987 and his Law Degree from St. Louis University in 1990. He immediately began private practice in St. Charles County as a Trial attorney with a general practice including family law, personal injury, juvenile law, criminal law, and traffic law.
Throughout his 31 years of practicing law, he has focused primarily on domestic and family law. He has also served on the St. Charles County Family Drug Court Committee. In 2003 he was elected as the President of the St. Charles County Bar Association.
For 26 years, Tony Linson has been appointed by the court as a Guardian Ad Litem in St. Charles County representing children in complicated domestic litigation and juvenile matters. He is also a Certified Domestic Mediator providing mediation services to individuals and to the Court on appointed cases. In 2010, he was elected by his peers and appointed by the Court as a Special Master to the St. Charles County Family Court.
With his experience, he has been a speaker at several Division of Family Services training sessions as well as a lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars on Juvenile and Family law for his fellow lawyers.
During his law career, he has served as special prosecutor for St. Charles County. Further, he has served as the assistant prosecutor for the City of Lake St. Louis from 1990 to 2003 and then was appointed to the position of City Prosecutor for Lake St. Louis where he presides today. He also serves as the prosecutor for the City of Cottleville and in 2014 he was appointed as the municipal judge for Wright City, Missouri.