How to Get Your Red Light Camera Ticket Refund

If you have questions about how to get a refund for a St. Louis City red light camera ticket fine that you paid between February 11, 2014 and August 19, 2015, go to the St. Louis City Municipal Court’s web page for St. Louis City red light camera ticket refunds.

Refund checks were mailed recently to everyone who paid red light camera fines during this time frame. If you have not received your check yet, the Court’s website has information about what you need to do to get your refund.

Or click here to read my previous blog post about red light camera ticket refunds.


If you have received a Missouri speeding ticket or other traffic violation, you may be able to get it amended to a no-point violation so it won’t affect your driving record or insurance rates. Call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 to get a price quote and estimate of the fine and court costs. Or email Andrea at [email protected]

St. Louis May Reinstate Red Light Cameras

Call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers today at (314) 724-5059 about your Missouri speeding ticket or traffic violation.

St. Louis May Reinstate Red Light Cameras

St. Louis City wants to reinstate its red light camera ticket program. According to a recent briefing by St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay, city officials are in the process of re-writing the red light camera ordinance so it will comply with recent Missouri Supreme Court rulings.

Old St. Louis Red Light Camera Ordinance Was Unconstitutional

In August 2015, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled that St. Louis City’s red light camera ordinance wrongfully placed the burden on the vehicle owner to prove they were not the driver of the vehicle caught running a red light.

St. Louis Will Refund Red Light Camera Ticket Fines 

As a result of the Court’s ruling, St. Louis City will refund $5.6 million to people who paid red light camera ticket fines between February 11, 2014 and August 19, 2015. Click here to read more about the St. Louis red light camera ticket refund.

St. Louis Red Light Cameras Are Not Illegal

The Missouri Supreme Court did not rule that the City’s red light cameras are illegal, so cameras can be used in the future if St. Louis revises its red light camera ordinance to comply with the law.

New Red Light Camera Law Will Likely Require Photo of Driver’s Face

If a new St. Louis red light camera ordinance is approved, it will most likely require more cameras to be installed to take a photo of the driver’s face, in addition to a photo of the vehicle’s license plates.

The reason for the additional photo is to avoid the previous problem of vehicle owners being ticketed for running red lights when someone else was driving their vehicle.

In addition, it is possible that the new ordinance could make a red light camera ticket a moving violation that would add points to the driver’s driving record.


If you have received a speeding ticket or other traffic violation and you want to get it amended to a non-moving, no-point violation that won’t affect your driving record or insurance rates, call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 to get a price quote for legal representation and an estimate of your fine & court costs. Or email Andrea at [email protected]

St. Louis Red Light Camera Tickets Dismissed

All unpaid St. Louis City red light camera tickets will be dismissed, and the City will issue a refund if you paid a red light camera ticket fine within the past 18 months.

This is a result of yesterday’s Missouri Supreme Court ruling that St. Louis City’s red light camera ordinance created an unconstitutional presumption of guilt for a vehicle owner, meaning it improperly placed the burden on the vehicle owner to prove they were not driving the vehicle when the car was caught running a red light.

The Missouri Supreme Court did not rule on the legality of red light cameras, so cameras could be used in the future if St. Louis City revises its red light camera ordinance to comply with the law. This could involve adding more cameras to capture a photo of the driver’s face (in addition to a photo of the license plate) and enacting a new ordinance in which a red light camera ticket is considered a moving violation that adds points to your driving record.

According to a recent St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about the Missouri Supreme Court’s ruling in the St. Louis City red light camera court case, St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay’s administration is “moving forward with an ordinance that will comply with the court’s rulings.”


If you have a speeding ticket or other traffic violation that you want to get reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation, call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 to get a price quote for legal representation and an estimate of your fine & court costs. Or email Andrea at [email protected]

Red Light Camera Ticket Refund

You may be eligible for a 20% refund of your Missouri red light camera ticket fine.

Due to a recent lawsuit settlement, you could receive a partial refund of the fine you paid for your Missouri red light camera ticket if you received the ticket on or before November 21, 2014 in any of these cities:

Arnold, Bellerive Acres, Bel-Nor, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Bridgeton, Calverton Park, Clayton, Country Club Hills, Creve Coeur, Dellwood, Ellisville, Excelsior Springs, Ferguson, Florissant, Grandview, Hazelwood, Kansas City, Moline Acres, Northwoods, Richmond Heights, St. Ann, St. John, St. Joseph, Sugar Creek, or Washington.

If your red light camera ticket was issued by the city of St. Louis, you may be eligible for a refund if you received the ticket on or before February 11, 2014.

The deadline to submit a claim form for a refund of your red light camera ticket fine is February 28, 2015.

You are not eligible for a refund if you did not pay the fine for your red light camera ticket.

Click here for more information about how to get a red light camera ticket refund.


If you have a Missouri speeding ticket that you want to get reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation, call St. Louis traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers at (314) 724-5059 or email Andrea at [email protected] for a price quote and estimate of your fine and court costs.