Judge Randolph Blosch presides over the City of Bolivar’s Municipal Court, as well as four courts in Polk and Dallas Counties and is a long time member of the Missouri Municipal and Associate Circuit Judges Association.
In addition to his duties on the bench, Judge Blosch was the Director of the Thirtieth Circuit Juvenile Detention Center in Bolivar. He was appointed to the position in 1999. Judge Blosch is also a certified family court mediator serving Polk and Dallas Counties.
After graduating summa cum laude from Drury College, Blosch attended law school at the University of Tulsa receiving his Juris Doctor degree in 1992. Subsequently, he attended Washington University in St. Louis where he obtained the degree of Legis Magistratum with an emphasis in the law of taxation, estate planning, and probate.
Blosch’s further achievements include successful stints with the Trial Division of the State of Missouri Public Defenders Office, County Assistant Prosecutor, City Prosecutor, and private practice.