The Saint Charles City Municipal Court has cancelled their in-court proceeding for September 17th, 2020 at 6pm. Any cases scheduled for Thursday, September 17th at 6pm will be continued to Thursday, October 22nd at 6pm.
Due to COVID-19, Court mandates the wearing of masks or face coverings at all times by defendants, attorneys, witnesses, and victims while in the building during court proceedings. Temperatures will be taken before entering the building. Those individuals with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or more will not be allowed entry. Members of the public who are not involved in a court proceeding will NOT be permitted in the building during court proceedings.
If you have any questions please call the Court at 636-949-3378.
As of 9/1/2020 by order of the Judge: The Court will only do 1 Continuance by phone. If you have already had a continuance by phone you are required to come to court if you are requesting a continuance.
If you have any questions please call the following number (636) 949-3378 and talk with one of our Court Associates.
NOTICE FOR ATTORNEY’S: If you have a case(s) on the docket in July, PLEASE contact the court regarding your case(s) before coming to court.
You are still able to make payments using our website WWW.CITYOFSAINTCHARLESTIX.COM or phone in a payment at 1(855) 897-1086.
The Municipal Court for the City of St. Charles is a division of the Circuit Court of St. Charles County. Cases in the Municipal Court involve alleged violation of the City of St. Charles laws. If you have received a ticket for a municipal ordinance violation, you have certain rights and responsibilities. The purpose of the information on the website is to help you understand these rights and responsibilities. You can view all of your rights and duties in Municipal Court in this FAQ document (PDF). You can also view this FAQ document in Spanish (PDF).
The Municipal Court Code provides that the Municipal Court shall be subject to the rules of the Circuit Court and to the rules of the State Supreme Court. The Municipal Court shall be subject to the general administrative authority of the Presiding Judge of the St. Charles County Circuit Court, and the Municipal Judge and Court personnel of such Court shall obey his / her directives.
Cases in the St. Charles Municipal Court involve alleged violations of the City of St. Charles ordinances. If you received a ticket / summons for a municipal ordinance, you have certain rights and responsibilities.
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