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Notice from the 21st Circuit Court, the honorable Michael Barton, March 3, 2021


St. Louis County Satellite Court Now Open in St. Ann

Hours: Mon-Fri  8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  


For the convenience of County residents, a satellite branch of the St. Louis County Circuit Court is now open at the St. Louis County Government Center at the Crossings at Northwest Plaza in St. Ann. 

Attending Court Hearings Remotely Using E-Courts.
If you are scheduled to appear in St. Louis County Circuit Court, you can access the courtrooms remotely using the public computer stations (e-Courts) in St. Ann and the main courthouse in Clayton. These are available for use when courtroom access is restricted due to the pandemic. 
Please note: Hearings for juvenile and paternity cases are confidential, and can only be accessed from the Clayton e-Court at this time.

Be sure to bring your paperwork with you. In order to set you up quickly, you will need your case number, as well as the date, time and number of the division where you are scheduled to appear.  


Filing Pleadings/New Petitions 
If you are representing yourself, you may file your paperwork at the St. Ann satellite court, in addition to the Clayton courthouse, using the secure drop box located inside the Court reception area. 

Filing Orders of Protection
Beginning March 1, 2021, you may file for an Order of Protection at the Adult Abuse Office in the St. Ann satellite court, in addition to the Clayton courthouse.  Clerks will be available on-site to provide and file the necessary paperwork.  Advocates will be available to assist you with resources and safety planning.

For more information call: 314-615-8029

Please Note: this notice does not affect the operation of the 21st District Municipal Court in Bel-Nor; only cases or hearings that are under the purview of St. Louis County Circuit Court
















Contact information for City of Bel-Nor Municipal Court is as follows:


Catherine Satchell, Court Clerk – phone 314-381-2834 ext 3



Persons needing to pay fines or post bonds should contact the Court Clerk prior to coming to City Hall.


The Bel-Nor Police Department office remains open during this time; however, public access will be restricted in accordance with published safety guidelines. Contact information for the Police Department:


Police Dept office:     314-381-2971

Police Dispatch:        314-889-2341 (to report suspicious activity or crime in progress)

Police Watch Ph:       314-920-9513

Emergency:             911


Thanks for your patience during this period of uncertainty.




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If your ticket number does not come up in the system, you may not be eligible to pay on-line.

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Court is held on the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30pm

8416 Natural Bridge Road 

St. Louis, MO 63121

Court Office:314-381-2834 ext 3



Monday - 8:00am to 2:00pm

Tuesday - 8:00am to 4:00pm

Wednesday - 8:00am to 4:00pm

Thursday - 8:00am to 4:00pm

Court Office: 314-381-2834 ext 3

Court Dates for 2022

First Wednesday of the Month – 5:30 p.m.














The defendant is hereby advised of the following rights as they affect the pending charges:

  1. I will be advised of the charge against me;

  2. The penalty range for the offense is:

    1. Imprisonment in jail from 1 day to 90 days, and/or a fine from $1.00 up to $1,000.00 on non-minor traffic violations or ordinance violations involving alcohol or controlled substances; endangering the health or welfare of others; or involving eluding or giving false information to a law enforcement officer.  However, imprisonment will not be a possible penalty unless the prosecutor advises the Court that they are seeking a jail sentence, in which case you are entitled to an attorney.  If you cannot afford an attorney, the Court would appoint an attorney to represent you.

    2. A fine from $1.00 up to $225.00 on minor traffic violations, or ordinance violations not involving alcohol or controlled substances, endangering the health or welfare of other, or eluding or giving false information to a law enforcement officer.

  3. You have the right to counsel of your choice at your expense.  If the City indicates that it is pursuing a jail sentence, the Court will appoint an attorney to represent you if you are indigent;

  4. You have the right to plead guilty or not guilty;

  5. If you plead not guilty, you have the right to a trial by judge or by jury;

  6. At trial, you have the right to require that the City present evidence to convince the trier of fact (judge or jury) that you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt;

  7. At trial, you have the right to confront and cross examine any witnesses who testify;

  8. You have the right to present evidence on your own behalf, and to have witnesses subpoenaed.  You have the right to testify, but if you choose not to testify, you cannot be compelled to testify, and the Court cannot consider that fact to determine your guilt or innocence;

  9. You have the right to appeal a verdict of guilty to a higher court;

  10. By entering a plea of guilty, you give up all of these rights, there will be no trial, and you cannot appeal.

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