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Judge: Honorable Richard
Prosecuting Attorney: Joseph Westhus
Clerk: Diann Heister
of Operation: Monday through
Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Number (314) 647-8634 Extension 5
Court convenes at 7 p.m. on
the second and third Wednesdays of each month in the
located on the main floor, at
4400 Shrewsbury Avenue
. Doors to the Court
Chambers are opened at 6:30 p.m. Cases are heard in
alphabetical order called by the Judge. There are several dockets
listed therefore each
docket will be called alphabetically.
Payment is expected at the time of court appearance
unless otherwise ordered by the Judge.
call is held between 6 & 7 p.m. on the evening of court.
fines may be paid by one of the following methods:
Pay Traffic Tickets online.
Pay Traffic Tickets by telephone at 1-800-444-1187
Mail payments in the form of check, money order or
cashier’s check made payable to the following:
Shrewsbury Municipal Court
Pay fines in person with cash, check, money order,
cashier’s check, MasterCard or Visa. Please note that court fine
payments must be received before 4:00 p.m. on the day of court.
of appearance and request for recommendation:
- Entries of Appearance are accepted
via mail, a self –addressed, stamped envelope MUST
be supplied with all entries, or on line at www.lawsourcelive.com.
The municipal court will accept entries of appearance via fax,
however a copy of the entry MUST be mailed with a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
- Certain cases such as such as DWI,
DUI, Assault, Petty Larceny, Peace Disturbances, Trespassing
and other ordinance violations require a mandatory court
appearance for which both the attorney and the defendant must
- Certain violations may require
compliance such as No Proof of Insurance, Driving While
Revoked or Suspended, Driving with Expired License Plates or
Driver’s License or traffic violations that involve an
accident, MUST be presented to the Judge unless represented by an
- All DWI cases must be submitted to
the Judge for acceptance of the prosecutor’s recommendation
and the attorney and defendant must be present.
Court does not handle questions of civil money claims between