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1 JACKSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT DIVISION 301 Michael Williams 308 W. KANSAS AVE. Court Administrator SUITE 142 (816) INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI (816) Fax PLEASE NOTE: VIOLATIONS BUREAU Any violation resulting in personal injury or property damage; Operating a motor vehicle or watercraft while intoxicated or under the influence of intoxicants or drugs; Operating a vehicle with counterfeited, altered, suspended, or revoked license; Fleeing or attempting to elude an officer; and Any other violation excluded by law will NOT be processed through the Violations Bureau: Appearance in court is mandatory. SPEEDING: 1-5 MPH over posted limit Fine: $24.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit Fine: $37.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit Fine: $62.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit Fine: $87.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit Fine: $ Court Costs: $62:50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ MPH over posted speed limit *Speeding: School Zone Offenses Additional $25.00 To fine schedule costs. Chapter 52 Traffic Code: 5240 Animals or Animal-Drawn Vehicles Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $ Total: $ Roller Skates or Similar Devices Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Bicycles Highway Operation Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ No Valid Operators License Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ No Valid Insurance (Had/Fail to Provide Proof)* *Dismissal (Requires Court Appearance)* 5244 No Valid Insurance (Current/Obtained After) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Driving While License Revoked/ Suspended 5246 Aggressive Driving 5247 DWI 5248 Driving with excessive BAC 5249 Child Restraint Violation Fine: $25.00 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Fail to Obey Traffic Control Device Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Interference with Devices 5252 Limitations on Turning Around Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Careless & Imprudent Driving (No Accident) Fine: $75.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Parades, Notice to Sheriff 5256 Mechanically Defective Motor Vehicle Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Improper/Invalid/Display of Registration Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Seat Belt Violation Fine: $10.00 No Court Costs Total: $ Obstructed Vision Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Obstruction of Traffic Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Blocking Driveway Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Standing in Curb Loading Zone Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Maximum Time at Curb Loading Zone Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Buses (Stopping, Standing, Parking) Fine: $60.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Taxicabs (Stopping, Standing, Parking) Fine: $60.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Bus & Taxi Stands, Use Restrictions Fine: $60.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Parking Restricted on Certain Streets/Parks/Hours Fine: $60.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Parking Trucks in Residential District Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Chapter 53: Weight Restrictions 5320 Operation in Excess of Weight Limits Prohibited Fine $1.00/pound + Court Costs: $

2 Chapter 55 Petty Offense Code 5530 Injury to Property 5531 Disorderly Conduct 5532 Permitting Disorderly Conduct 5533 Disturbing Lawful Assemblies 5534 Weapons Offenses 5535 Concealing Dangerous Objects in Food Stuffs 5536 Distribution of Food w/ Concealed Dangerous Objects 5537 Trespassing (No Property Damage)* *Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Unauthorized Parking Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Obedience to Sheriff or Deputy 5540 Littering Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Gambling 5542 Use of Premises for Gambling 5543 Tampering with Fire Hydrants 5544 Alteration of Drug Tests 5545 Stealing 5546 Assault 5547 Possession of Marijuana/Cont. Substance 5548 Minor in Possession 5549 False Report of Information 5550 False Bomb Report 5551 Fleeing or Eluding an Officer 5552 Hindering an Officer/ Resisting 5553 Aiding an escape 5554 Resisting Arrest 5555 Public Obscenity 5556 Public Indecent Exposure 5557 Disturbing the Peace 5558 Children on Street at Night 5559 Permitting Children to Violate Curfew Chapter 56 Fireworks 5620 Sale Prohibited Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Storage or Possession Prohibited Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Retail or Wholesale Fireworks Business Prohibited Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Chapter 44 Nuisance Code Chapter 45 Animal Code Animal Abandonment Cruelty to Animals Concealment of Animals Interference with Health Officer Prohibited Running at Large Wild Animals as Pets Failure to Immunize Animals Threat to Community Reports to Veterinarians No Immunization Tag (1 st Offense)*75.50/ No Immunization Tag (2 nd /Subsequent Offenses) Immunization Tag, Removal Vaccination of Dogs & Cats Required No Other Immunization Tag Permitted Removal of Tag Physicians, Duty to Report Animal Bites Prevent a Nuisance Avoid Injury to Animals Sanitized Cages Wholesome Food for Animals Removal of Diseased Fowl or Animals 2

3 Chapter 50 Park Rangers (5284) Illegally Parked Vehicles Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ (5286) Vehicle Abandonment Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ (5531) Disorderly Conduct (5539) Obedience to Ranger (5540) Littering Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ (5547) Possession of Marijuana/Cont. Substance (5549) False Report or Information (5551) Fleeing an Officer (5552) Hindering/ Resisting Arrest (5554) Resisting Arrest (5556) Indecent Exposure Where Prohibited-Motor Vehicles Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Where Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Handicapped Reserved Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Park Closings Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sales & Concessions Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Display of Written Permits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Advertisement Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Motor Vehicle Operation Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ All Terrain Vehicles Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Horse Trailer Parking Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Hot Air Balloons Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Ultra Light Aircraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Parasailing Equipment Operation Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Bicycles Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Firearms and Other Weapons Shooting into Park 5016 Swimming Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Ice Skating & Other Activities Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Wildlife Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Domestic Animals Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Horseback Riding Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Trapping Non-Game Fish Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Plants Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Deer Stands Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Artifacts & Items of Antiquity Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Fires Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Fire Danger Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Fireworks Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Disposing of Non-Park Generated Trash Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Dumping Person Presumed Responsible 5025 Disorderly Conduct When Noises Constitute Disorderly Conduct Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Alcoholic Beverages Prohibited (21 & Older) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Possession of Alcoholic Beverages-Where (21/over) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Alcohol Possession by Minor Intoxication 5027 Shelter House Reservation Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Archery Range Permits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Diving or Jumping From Bridge Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Camping Areas Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Time Limit Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Unattended Camps Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Cleanliness Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Rowdy Behavior 5035 Waste Water 5036 Natural Terrain Maintained Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Construction of Docks on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ No Fee for Lakeside Owners Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Boating Regulations Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $

4 Personal Floatation Services (Class I, II, III Mtr.boats) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Floatation Devices Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Flotation Devices (under 7 years) Lighting Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Fire Extinguishers Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sounding Devices Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Age Limits 5041 Launching Areas Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Public Courtesy Dock time Limits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Boating & Motor Permits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Use of Boat Ramps Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Mooring, Dock, Dry Storage Permits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Display of Permits Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Registration Display Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Length & Width of Boat Permitted Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Boating on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sailboats Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Boats, Length & Width on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Pontoon Boats, Length & Width Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Watercraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Artificial Lake Enhancement Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Watercraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Floatation Device Required Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Engine Cut-off Switch, Lanyard Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Operation in Reckless/ Unsafe Manner Responsibility of Owner of Watercraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Airboats Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sailboards Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ One Occupant Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Personal Floatation Device Required (Sailboard) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Wet Suit Required Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sound level Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Windsurfing Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Windsurfing Regulations Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Pontoon Boats on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sailboats on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ All Other Boats on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Maximum Speed on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Maximum Speed on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Horsepower Limits on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Loading Restrictions Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Water Skiing Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Direction of Skiing on Prairie Lee Lake Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Water Skiing Conduct Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Floatation Device for Water Skiing Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Water Skiing on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Regattas on Lake Jacomo Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Refusal to permit Inspection Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Authority to Issue Written Notice of Violation Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Operation of Watercraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Riding on Bow & Gunwales Prohibited Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Traffic Movement Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Right of Way to Emergency Watercraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Leaving the Scene of Accident 5075 Fishing Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Operation of Radio Controlled Aircraft Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Display of Frequency & Channel Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Liability Insurance Required (Aircraft/Boat) Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Permit Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Radio Controlled Flying Fields Sound Level Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Permission to Dive Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Release Prior to Dive Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Diving Specifications Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $

5 Flag Visibility Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Diving Restrictions Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Expulsion from Park Fine: $50.50 Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Sewage Disposal Containment of Sewage on Board 5096 Littering in Jackson County Fine: $ Court Costs: $62.50 Total: $ Damage to County Property Payment Information: 1. Make a check or money order payable to: Manager of Finance. Please write your citation number on the memo section of your check or money order. Sign the back of your citation and enclose it with your payment. *Please do not send cash.* 2. Enclose the total fine and court costs for the violation(s) listed on the Jackson County Municipal Court Violations Bureau mail-in fine schedule and send to: JACKSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT DIVISION W. KANSAS AVE. SUITE 142 INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI All other offenses not listed on the Violations Bureau mail-in fine schedule may require a mandatory appearance in court. Call the court at (816) or visit the Jackson County website at 4. Please direct all inquiries for State traffic offenses to the 16 th Judicial Circuit Court, Criminal Records Department at (816) Please Note: the Jackson County Sheriff s Office may issue Uniform Citations for State and/or County Ordinance offenses. Sheriff s Office citations without a court date and assigned to the Fines Collection Center ( FCC ) or set for court in Division 33/Judge Bushur are State traffic offenses handled by the Criminal Records Department at (816 ) NOT the Jackson County Municipal Court. 5. All speeding charges are moving violations; points are assessed for all moving violations. Please check with the Missouri Department of Revenue (573) for a listing of moving violations and number(s) of points assessed. s and Not Guilty Pleas: 1. You must appear at the Jackson County Municipal Court on the date/time listed on your citation. 2. Court will convene in the Jury Room (Room 100) on the 1 st floor of the Jackson County Courthouse Annex Building. 3. Continuance requests must be made in person. Continuances will not be granted over the telephone. 4. Failure to appear in court may result in a warrant for your arrest and/or the suspension of your driving privileges. A warrant fee of $50.00 may also be assessed for each citation. 5

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