Criminal Municipal Ordinance Violations in St. Louis
In St. Louis, there are hundreds of municipalities. Each one of these municipalities is allowed under Missouri law to create and enact local rules and regulations to help govern that specific municipality. These local rules are called ordinances.
Ordinance violations might include charges of disturbing the peace, excessive noise, littering, loitering, assault, public intoxication, or driving while intoxicated. Ordinance violations can be punishable by a year in jail, fines, and probation.
Our criminal defense attorneys have successfully advocated for municipal prosecutors to dismiss charges, amend the charges to a less serious charge, and reduce fines. Our attorneys can make a difference in the outcome of your case.
Zolman Law Firm appears on behalf of clients in most municipalities located in St. Louis County and the surrounding counties including but not limited to St. Louis County Municipal Court South, West, Northwest, and Central Divisions; Jefferson County Municipal Court; St. Charles County Municipal Court; St. Louis City Municipal Court, Sunset Hills Municipal Court, Maryland Heights Municipal Court, Kirkwood Municipal Court, Webster Groves Municipal Court, Brentwood Municipal Court, Valley Park Municipal Court, and Arnold Municipal Court.