What is the burden of proof in Municipal Court?
The standard of proof for conviction of any person charged with violation of any municipal ordinance shall be evidence that is clear, is satisfactory and convinces the judge to a reasonable certainty. There are no jury trials conducted in Municipal Court. All trials are heard before the Judge.

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1. What is the general procedure followed in Municipal Court?
2. What is the burden of proof in Municipal Court?
3. Am I entitled to a Public Defender for my court case?
4. How do I know what my court date is?
5. Are there additional court costs if I wish to appear in court?
6. Is there a chance of reducing my points or charges?
7. What happens if I plead not guilty?
8. What do I need to do for my trial date?
9. What do I need for trial?
10. Am I able to see the City Prosecutor before my court date?
11. How do I pay my citation?
12. What type of payment is accepted?
13. What if my drivers license is suspended for non payment of a citation?
14. Do you have payment plans?
15. What happens if I miss my court date?
16. What if I fail to pay my fine?
17. Can I just pay my citation without appearing in court?
18. How will points effect my insurance?
19. Right To Appeal
20. Do I have the right to reopen a case?
21. TRAFFIC SAFETY SCHOOL
22. Are there any courses I can complete as part of the penalty imposed by the court for citations?
23. IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICE (IID)