|Judge:||Dennis Chassaniol II|
|Court Administrator:||Tamie Wood|
|Prosecuting Attorney:||Jeff Sandcork|
|Prosecuting Attorney Assistant:||Carmen Breckenridge|
Hours of Operation
2032 Hanley Road
Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368
Municipal Court is generally held the 4th Wednesday of the month.
Court Location: 2032 Hanley Rd, Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368
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Cases in the City of Dardenne Prairie Municipal Court involve alleged violations of City ordinances.
If you signed a citation in front of an officer, you did not plead guilty, but only signed a promise to appear in court on your appearance date, then you have been summoned to come to court on the date shown on your ticket.
We do not accept personal checks
Pay a ticket summons using our online system
YOU MUST APPEAR IN COURT IF:
You are 17 years old or younger (a parent or guardian must be present)
Speeding 25 or more over the posted limit
You have had two (2) or more prior charges in the City of Dardenne Prairie
For housing code violations
For traffic cases involving an accident
You may plead not guilty by coming to court, and a trial will be set.
You may plead guilty by mail, or by coming to the City of Dardenne Prairie Municipal Court to pay your fine.
If you plead guilty, you will be given a new date to pay if you can’t pay the day of court.
If you want to plead guilty but you don’t have the funds to pay your ticket, you must still 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 determined by the court as evidence of your financial status and as an aid to the court 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.
If you would like to seek the services of an attorney, please do so before your appearance date. If you do not seek the services of an attorney until your court appearance, the Judge will allow additional time to do so.
All moving violations are reported to the Department of Revenue and may be subject to a point assessment.
If you would like a paid receipt, include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment.