Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Missouri Supreme Court has issued an Order closing all courts until April 3, 2020; however, that date could be extended.
If your court date was scheduled for April 1, 2020, due to the Supreme Court’s Order, your case has been continued to Thursday, May 7, 2020, at 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m.
If your charge is payable in Violations Bureau without having a required court appearance, you have the following options to dispose of the charge:
- Mail the signed ticket along with payment to the Court in the envelope provided to you by the police officer;
- Go on-line to www.missouripayments.com and pay your fine; this site charges an additional 4%;
- Call CourtMoney at 1-877-222-4668 and use Form Number 121501; by using this method, you will be charged 4%, plus an additional $3.50; or
- City Hall is not allowing anyone inside the building at this time; therefore, you can use the utility drop box located in the east parking lot. Please mark the envelope as a court payment not a utility payment.
Should you have any questions, you can contact the Court at 573-547-2594.
The Municipal Court
The Municipal Court of the City of Perryville is a division of the 32nd Judicial Circuit Court of Perry County, Missouri and is subject to the rules of the circuit court, and to the rules of the state supreme court. The municipal judge shall hold his elected office for a period of two years.
Municipal court is held the first Wednesday of every month. Entrance to the municipal court is on the east side of city hall off Grand Avenue. Municipal court begins at noon.
Requests for Continuances
All requests for a continuance are decided in the Judge's discretion. No request for continuance made less than 10 days before at the day set for your appearance will be considered unless it is an unforeseeable emergency.