Municipal Court

What We Do

The Municipal Court processes fine-only Class C Misdemeanors within our jurisdiction including City Ordinance violations.

Our Mission

The mission of the Municipal Court is to provide equal and impartial justice under the law. We strive to do this in a courteous, efficient and professional manner.


You can now pay your citation online, by mail, or come by the office at 1801 West Broadway.


No person other than the person or their attorney who received the citation may enter a plea. Plea options are as follows.


This means you admit that the act is prohibited by law and that you committed the act charged. Before entering a plea of guilty you should first understand the following:

  • The State has the burden of proving that you violated the law.
  • You have the right to hear the State’s evidence and to require the State to prove you violated the law.
  • A plea of guilty can be used against you in the event of a subsequent civil suit.

Nolo Contendere (No Contest)

This means you do not contest the State’s charge against you. You will be found guilty, unless you are eligible and complete a driver safety course or deferred disposition. A no contest plea may not be used against you in a subsequent civil suit for damages.

Not Guilty

This means you are denying guilt and requiring the State to prove the charge filed against you. After entering a plea of not guilty you will choose to either have your case heard by a jury or waive your right to a jury trial and have a bench trial. 

Please use the following links to access a self-help website for information about lawyer referral services,  local legal aid offices, local court-affiliated self-help centers, and the State Law Library's offices. These were made available by the Office of Court Administration after Senate Bill 1911 was passed in the 2017 Legislative Session.

State Law Library