City of Woodson Terrace Missouri

 

Welcome to the Woodson Terrace Municipal Court Information Page

 

 

CURRENTLY THERE ARE

NO

“IN-PERSON” COURT DATES

 

For those DEFENDANTS who received their citations PRIOR to and Including JAN. 26, 2020 and desire to plea and pay on a MINOR Traffic Violation may do so through this web page in the sidebar to the left.

You may also view Case Status from the sidebar to the left.

You are in the PLUS Court System

 

For those DEFENDANTS who received their citations SINCE JAN. 28, 2020 you are in the NEW STATEWIDE Show Me Court System(SMC),

PLEASE go to www.courts.mo.gov, click on case.net and view your case(s).

If your citation is a MTV, a Plead and Pay option to pay on-line is available.

 

Citations issued on Jan. 27th should contact the court building.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

If you are currently on a payment docket you should continue your payments in person at the court’s windows located in the Government Center, by mail, OR on-line.

COURT PAYMENTS ARE TAKEN 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Court Windows during regular business hours.

If you do not appear at the court windows by 3 p.m. with payment on your scheduled payment court date, then  you appear in virtual court that night.

 

 

 

*A.      The following persons shall not enter the St. Louis County Courthouse, or any of its Divisions in St. Louis County Missouri:

1)       Persons who have traveled to any foreign county within the last 14 days,

2)      Persons who reside or have had close contact with someone who has travelled to any foreign country within the last 14 days,

3)      Persons who have been asked to self-quarantine by any doctor, hospital or health agency,

4)      Persons who have been diagnosed with, or have had contact with, anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, and

5)      Persons with unexplained fever, cough or shortness of breath.

 

The Court Building is Located at 4323 Woodson Rd., Woodson Terrace, MO 63134; and can be reached by calling (314) 427-2600 extension 147, 131, or 134. Normal Business Hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

The Court tries matters such as violations of traffic code, maintenance code and other ordinances.

Our office is comprised of three clerks; one full-time court administrator, one full-time court clerk, and one part-time court clerk. It is our duty to administer, process and operate the day-to-day record keeping functions of the court and the collection of fines and costs assessed by the court. It is our desire to help you as much as possible; however, we cannot give legal advice.

The Judge serves on a part time basis and is not available during regular business hours at City Hall.

Some citations/summons that are issued are required Fingerprintable Charges, required under section 43.503.6, RSMo.

If fingerprints are not done at the time the citation/summons is issued the officer may have handed you a notice explaining it is required and MUST be done by the Court Date given on your citation/summons.

Fingerprints are processed at the Woodson Terrace Police Department, 4305 Woodson Rd., Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Please reveiw the Revised Notice of Rights for Defendants Appearing in Municipal Divisions.

You may view the Violations Bureau Schedule of Offenses and Fines by clicking here.

If the online system will not allow payment please call the court office directly.

Please download this document for important information about Municipal Court.  This document includes information on processes & procedures, your rights as a defendant, courtroom rules & payment plans.

 We are closed on the following holidays;

New Years Day
Martin Luther King Day
Presidents Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving Day & following day
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

Understanding Bonds:

A $100.00 cash bond is posted in person at the W.T. Police Station with either a State License or State ID card to cancel a W.T. Warrant and obtain a Court Date.

Once a bond is posted and a Court Date issued, then the bond may be applied in person on or before (depending upon case disposition) the court date given, at the court building, with State License or State ID. A Bond Consent Form must be filled out.