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Municipal Court


 

Paul J. D'Agrosa, Judge • Cindy Ormsby, Prosecutor • Kathy Matthews, Court Administrator

6801 Delmar Blvd. · University City, MO 63130 
Ph: (314) 862-6767 ·
Fax: (314) 862-3187 ·  8:30 am – 4:30 pm · Monday – Friday

                                                                                              Staff Members


Please be advised that the University City Municipal court will participate in the March 2015 Amnesty Program sponsored by Better Family Life, Inc. Beginning Monday, March 16th, 2015 through Tuesday, March 31st 2015, the University City Municipal Court will allow any defendant who has an outstanding warrant(s) on any University City Municipal Court violation to come to the Violations Bureau located at 6801 Delmar Blvd., (basement level) between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. with a voucher from Better Family Life, Inc. and the $100 cash payment that will be posted as an appearance/cash bond. The clerks have been authorized to recall the warrant(s) and give the case(s) a new court date.           

Overview

The Municipal Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine all cases under the Charter and ordinances of the City. The City Prosecutor prosecutes all cases in City Court and prosecutes all appeals to the Circuit Court of St. Louis County arising from City Court judgments.

 

As a division of the Circuit Court of St. Louis County, the Municipal Court is responsible for the certification of appeals and jury trial requests to the court of higher jurisdiction.

 

Court Sessions

The Municipal Court holds forty-eight (48) court sessions a year. These sessions are held to handle traffic, non-traffic, housing and environmental tickets, and summonses. Defendants, police officers, and witness are summoned by the court using appearance notices and subpoenas.

 

Violations Bureau

The Violations Bureau is responsible for the administrative functions of the Municipal Court. The office staff processes parking and traffic tickets, complaints, and code violations.

 

Other responsibilities include processing cash bonds, restitution payments, miscellaneous refunds, updating cases in system with continuance code, and closing cases. The Bureau also remits monthly payments to the State and St. Louis County for Crime Victims, the Police Officer Training Fund, and the Domestic Violence Shelter. In addition, summonses, trial notices, and subpoenas are prepared, as well as handling received correspondence.

 

Hours

The Violations Bureau is open to the public during regular City Hall hours to process complaints and accepts fines.

The Court seeks to maintain good inter-departmental communication and relations, and to serve the public in the most effective ways possible.




 

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