Founded in 1884

Municipal Courthouse

Responsibilities
The Municipal Court staff provides support to the municipal judge in preparation of court dockets, processing court orders, payments, and maintaining the files and records required by state and federal law.


Staff:

Judge
Patrick Horsefield

Prosecuting Attorney
Stephen Paulus

Court Clerk
Mellissa Daehn

Assistant Clerk
Janelle Goss


CONTACT INFORMATION

The Municipal Court can be reached at (573) 885-0854

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM, excluding federal holidays

City of Cuba Municipal Court 602 South Franklin Ave

P.O. Box 292 Cuba, MO 65453 PH: (573) 885-0854 FX: (573) 885-1449

 

MESSAGE FROM CUBA MUNICIPAL COURT

  • You have been ticketed to come to court on the date shown on your ticket.
  • You may plead not guilty by coming to court and a trial date will be set.
  • You may plead guilty by mail or by coming to the Cuba Municipal Court to pay your fine.
  • If you plead guilty, you will be given a new date to pay if you can’t pay the day of court.
  • If you do not come to court when summoned to do so, you are subject to a warrant being issued for your arrest.

 

MANDATORY COURT APPEARANCE VIOLATIONS

Assault
Assault-Domestic
Assault on Law Enforcement
BAC
Driving Under the Influence
Driving While Intoxicated
Driving While Suspended/Revoked
Endangering the Welfare of a Child
Harassment
Interfere With Judicial Proceeding
Leaving the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident
Littering
Make False Statement
Miscellaneous Controlled Substance
Miscellaneous Obstructing Judicial Proceeding
No Operator’s License
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession of Marijuana
Probation Violation
Property Damage
Resisting Arrest
Shoplifting
Stealing
Supplying Alcohol to a Minor
Tampering
Tampering With a Motor Vehicle

 

COURT ROOM DRESS CODE

 Shirt and Shoes Required No Hats

No T-Shirts with inappropriate slogans or advertisements for Alcohol, Tobacco, Illicit Substances, Etc…

No Cut Off Shorts

No Low Cut Tops or Blouses

CHILDREN

Children under the age of 17 need to be accompanied by an adult, unless they are a defendant on the docket.

It is strongly encouraged that children are not brought into the Courtroom. If children must be in the Courtroom, they must be well-behaved, quiet, and must not disturb the court.

 

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