Hazelwood Courts Participating in Amnesty
The City of Hazelwood Municipal Court is participating in the St. Louis Area Amnesty Program from Tuesday, Aug. 17 to Friday, Aug. 20, 2021. Persons with an outstanding bench warrant or an old minor offense and wishing to take part in Amnesty should register for a voucher at https://www.betterfamilylife.org/amnestyprogram. They must then provide their voucher in person at Hazelwood Municipal Courts, located at 415 Elm Grove Lane, and post a bond of $100 in order to be released from warrant and given a court date.
In response to the ‘SAFER AT HOME ORDER’, dated November 17, 2020, the City of Hazelwood Court office will be understaffed, with most staff working from home until further notice.
Court staff is converting all future court hearings to Cisco WebEx Virtual hearings. All persons will receive notice that provides the date, time, and information necessary to connect to your video conference.
When you enter the meeting code you will be put into a virtual lobby. The display will read City of Hazelwood Municipal Court. The message ‘you can join the meeting after the host admits you’ will appear. You will be admitted to talk to the judge in the order that you join. In most cases your wait will be short. You must be patient.
When you are logged into the Court’s personal WebEx room, please make sure your audio and video is enabled and your full name is entered as it appears on your ticket.
If you have questions regarding the notice you have received, please contact the court at least 5 days prior to your virtual court appearance.
If you would like to enter a plea on a case that is not payable in the violation's bureau, email the court at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you receive notice for video conference please download the files below. If you download and return the video waiver by email, it is possible, we can expedite your case sooner.
The courts will not resume in person settings until the Circuit Court has entered Phase 3 of reopening.
When the court does resume in person settings there will be a number of protocols put in place to continue mitigating the Covid-19 virus. These will include limiting the number of people allowed in the courtroom, Social Distancing, and other requirements. When those protocols are decided and put into place, we will list them here.
Pay Court Tickets
To pay Court tickets received BEFORE January 12, 2020 online, please visit online, please visit iPayCourt.
To pay Court tickets received AFTER January 13, 2020 online, please visit www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcome.do
For more information regarding your case filed BEFORE January 12, 2020, visit MuniCourt.
For more information regarding your case filed AFTER January 13, 2020, visit www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcome.do
Court staff may:
- Explain and answer general questions about how the court works
- Give you general information about court rules, procedures and practices
- Provide court schedules
- Provide you with the number of any family court programs, parent/child education, mediation, community services and domestic violence resources
- Provide you with the number of the local lawyer referral service and any legal services program
- Provide your court file for your review
Court staff may not:
- Change an order signed by a judge
- Give you an opinion about what will happen in your case
- Let you talk to the judge outside of court or arrange for you to talk to the judge outside of court
- Provide you with any legal advice
- Provide you with contact information for another party
- Recommend a particular lawyer
- Talk to the judge for you
- Tell you what to say in court