Lee's Summit Municipal Division
The public now has “remote access” to certain public documents filed in Missouri court cases via Case.net. This will apply only to public documents filed on or after July 1, 2023. This means the public is able to view, download and print these public case documents from their personal computers, tablets or cell phones. As a result, the judiciary has to balance two equally important goals. One is to make public court documents more accessible online. The other is to prevent access to any confidential information in those documents.
The duty of redaction falls on anyone filing any document in any Missouri court case. This does not just mean attorneys. It also means any person offering a document for filing in any Missouri court. This includes individuals representing themselves in court. It could include a state agency or a law enforcement officer. It even includes judges and court staff.
The court clerk, however, cannot redact a document for you. The clerk’s job is to file documents you provide, not to know all the information those documents might contain. The clerk also cannot give legal advice about what information should be redacted.
Beginning July 1, if you file a document in a Missouri court, you will be required to tell the court you have followed the redaction requirements. This is called “certification,” and it will be required by Missouri court rules.
Lee's Summit Municipal Division - CHANGES TO WEBEX DOCKETS
The Lee's Summit WebEx Dockets will be held each court date at 9:30 a.m. The WebEx docket will only be available at 9:30 a.m. The WebEx docket link and telephone information is available on the Court Dockets page. If your case is scheduled for a different docket time and you need to appear via WebEx at 9:30 a.m.
If you are charged with Domestic Assault or Violation of an Order of Protection scheduled for a Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. you must appear in person.
No Proof of Insurance Violation-How to Provide Proof to the Court
If you have been charged with not having your proof of insurance available and you had valid insurance at the time of your stop you may email your proof of insurance to the Municipal Court at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include your full name, current address, telephone number and citation number. You may also deliver a copy of your valid proof of insurance to the Municipal Court at 10 N.E. Tudor Road. Once the paperwork has been reviewed by the Prosecutor you will be notified of the outcome of your citation. If you did not have valid insurance on the date your citation was issued you will be required to appear in court on your court date.
All Citations should be paid through courts.mo.gov/casenet. If your citation is payable without a court appearance through the Violations Bureau you are able to make payment by way of Plead and Pay until the date and time of your hearing. If your citation required your appearance, you have appeared in Court, plead guilty and you need to make payment or you entered into a payment plan and need to make a payment, or you need to make a payment toward your probation fees; you are able to make your payment by way of Pay by Web. Other payment options are to pay in person Monday-Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The Court accepts cash, money orders, debit and credit cards. Personal checks are not accepted. The Court may be reached at 816.969.1150.
Overtime Parking Citations
If you have received an overtime parking citation and you would like to pay on-line please contact the court at 816.969.1150 or email email@example.com to make arrangements to do so. Pursuant to the Missouri Supreme Court Uniform Fine Schedule overtime parking citations are not payable through the Violations Bureau; therefore you must contact the court to make payment arrangements.