City of Excelsior Springs, MO
Clay County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Article I In General

Section 125.010 Created.

Section 125.020 Jurisdiction.

Article II Municipal Judge

Section 125.030 Selection of Judge.

Section 125.040 Vacation of Office.

Section 125.050 Qualifications for Office.

Section 125.060 Superintending Authority.

Section 125.070 Report to City Council.

Section 125.080 Docket and Court Records.

Section 125.090 Municipal Judge — Powers and Duties Generally.

Section 125.100 Violations Bureau.

Section 125.110 Issuance and Execution of Warrants.

Section 125.120 Arrest Without Warrants.

Section 125.130 Jury Trials.

Section 125.140 Duties of the City's Prosecuting Attorney.

Section 125.150 Summoning of Witnesses.

Section 125.160 Transfer of Complaint to Associate Circuit Judge.

Section 125.170 Jailing of Defendants.

Section 125.180 Parole and Probation.

Section 125.190 Right of Trial de Novo.

Section 125.200 Appeal From Jury Verdicts.

Section 125.210 Breach of Recognizance.

Section 125.220 Disqualification of Municipal Judge From Hearing Particular Case.

Section 125.230 Temporary Municipal Judge.

Section 125.240 Clerk of Municipal Court.

Section 125.250 Court Costs.

Section 125.260 Reimbursement of Costs for Alcohol and Drug-Related Offenses.

Section 125.270 Costs — Assessed Against Prosecuting Witness.

Section 125.280 Installment Payment of Fine.

Section 125.290 Bonds for Release of Prisoners Shall Be Cash or Check as Herein Provided.

Section 125.300 Failure to Appear in Court.

Article III Violations Bureau

Section 125.310 Administration Generally.

Section 125.320 When Person Charged May Elect to Appear at Bureau or Before Municipal Judge.

Section 125.330 Duties of Violations Bureau.

Section 125.340 Violations Bureau to Keep Records.

Section 125.350 Additional Duties of Violations Bureau.

Section 125.360 Disposition of Fines and Forfeitures.