Welcome to the Rock Hill Municipal Division Homepage.
This page will help you navigate your way through your municipal court experience.
Effective July 1, 2021 all court hearings will return to in-person proceedings. Pursuant to St. Louis County Circuit Court Adminstrative Order 21-16, masks are REQUIRED regardless of vaccination status. Defendants not wearing a mask will not be allowed to enter the court house.
Not all cases require a court appearance. Cases appearing on the Traffic Violations Bureau Schedule of Fines can be pled guilty to and paid prior to court, eliminating the need for a court appearance.
How Do I Pay My Ticket?
Payments can be made online, in person, or through the mail.
If you are paying online and you have been to court and had fines assessed by the Judge or if you had an attorney and you have already submitted your signed acceptance letter to the court, you should click on pay by web.
If you have not been to court and you do not have an attorney, you need to click on “Litigant Name Search”. From here, search by your name. Please note that Rock Hill is part of the 21st circuit. This will help narrow your search. Once you find your case, click on the blue ticket number and then click on Plead and Pay.
How Do I Request A New Court Date?
You can request a new court date by completing the New Court Date request form. If we are able to accommodate your request, your court date will be updated on Casenet. Please note that court staff may only grant one (1) continuance (and if you have previously failed to appear, that DOES count as your one continuance).
It is your responsibility to update your address with the court. If the address on your ticket is not your current mailing address, please complete the Change of Address form.
Please be sure to read about "Your Rights in Municipal Court."
A division of the St. Louis County 21st Circuit Court, the Rock Hill Municipal Division is responsible for the processing of all municipal traffic violations and the processing of all municipal ordinance violations.
Court is presided over by the Honorable Judge Mark S. Levitt. The Prosecuting Attorney is Thomas Spoon.
The Court Administrator, assisted by the Court Clerk, processes all summonses, court dockets and fine payments. The Violations Bureau is established as a convenience to the public. It is not intended to replace a court appearance for pleas of Not Guilty. If you believe that you are not guilty of the offense charged, you should appear in court on the date indicated on your summons.
You can now access your case information, see court dates, review ticket details, and pay your fines online at Casenet.