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Renee Hardin-Tammons

  • Because of the coronavirus pandemic, it's been nearly six months since municipal courts in St. Louis County were able to meet in person. That's created a backlog of thousands of cases ranging from speeding tickets to driving while intoxicated to uncut grass. Like so many other institutions, those local courts have adapted. There are about 80 municipal courts in the St. Louis area, and at least two-thirds of them are now offering a video court option.