THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF WELDON SPRING MISSOURI WILL RESUME SESSIONS IN JULY.
ALL COURT CASES ARE NOW CONTINUED UNTIL WEDNESDAY JULY 1, 2020, AT 6:00PM.
The City of Weldon Spring Municipal Court is a Municipal Division of the 11th Judicial Circuit Court of the State of Missouri. This Court hears all cases involving traffic and other violations of the Weldon Spring Municipal Code and ensures that the day-to-day operations of the judicial branch of city government are carried out in a professional and efficient manner. The Municipal Court also provides responsible management of court records, the collection of fines and bond forfeiture revenues and filing of state reports.
is normally held on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. and is conducted at City Hall:
5401 Independence Rd.
Weldon Spring, MO 63304
Phone: (636) 441-2110 ext. 108
Fax: (636) 441-8495
The Court office hours are:
- Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
If a payment needs to be made to the Municipal Court, payment may be made by debit or credit via www.trafficpayment.com or to 800-444-1187. There is also a secure drop box at the Municipal Court window where a payment can also be dropped off.
Message From Weldon Spring Court
- You have been summoned to come to court on the date shown on your ticket.
- You may plead not guilty by coming to court and a trial date will be set.
- You may plead guilty by mail or by coming to the Weldon Spring Court to pay your fine.
- If you plead guilty. you will be given a new date to pay if you cant pay the day of court.
- If you want to plead guilty, but you don't have the funds to pay your ticket, you still must come to court. You will not be arrested for not having money to pay.
- If you are indigent, you may be required to complete documentation to be to be determined by the court as evidence of your financial status and as an aid to the count in assessing fines, costs and setting of a payment plan.
- If you do not come to court when summoned to do so, you are subject to a warrant being issued for your arrest.
Proper Decorum and Procedures for a Courtroom Appearance
Those appearing before Court should keep in mind that Court is an experience that requires common sense and respect for the institution of the Court.
Therefore, certain things should be obvious, however, this polite reminder shall assist you in your preparation for an appearance before this Court.
Cell phones shall be turned off or muted while in Court.
Gentlemen and ladies shall remove their hats as a sign of respect for the Judge.
Consider your attire before dressing for Court. T-shirts with vulgarity or those promoting drugs would be considered disrespectful to this Court and Judge.
The Court shall not dictate a dress code, but common sense should prevail when preparing for a Court appearance. If you don’t wish to be judged by your appearance, then you should consider how you appear to the Judge.
No weapons shall be permitted except those carried by licensed law enforcement officers.
Weldon Spring Court Database:
Search tickets, court dates, warrants, and other court information.