How to Look Up Your Traffic Ticket & Court Case Online

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Missouri now has a website called MuniCourt.net that lets defendants look up their traffic ticket, court date, case number, and other case information online. This is a free service.

The information contained on the municourt.net website is limited to information submitted by municipal courts that use the Regional Justice Information Service (REJIS).

If you received a speeding ticket or other traffic violation from a Missouri State Trooper (Missouri State Highway Patrol), your case information can be found online at case.net. In addition, case.net also contains information submitted by a limited number of Missouri municipal courts.

PLEASE NOTE:  The municourt.net website only contains information from 50 municipal courts, mostly in the St. Louis area, plus a few courts located in other areas of Missouri.


To get your speeding ticket or other traffic violation reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation, call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 for a flat-fee price quote for legal representation. Or email Andrea at [email protected]

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