Kansas City’s Municipal Court collects almost $50 in added fees for ordinance violations, money that is used for courthouse maintenance, pensions for retired sheriffs and programs to combat domestic violence. Columnist Dave Helling writes that a case before the Missouri Court of Appeals could change that.
Kansas City’s Municipal Court collects almost $50 in added fees for ordinance violations, money that is used for courthouse maintenance, pensions for retired sheriffs and programs to combat domestic violence. Columnist Dave Helling writes that a case before the Missouri Court of Appeals could change that. File photo by DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Kansas City’s Municipal Court collects almost $50 in added fees for ordinance violations, money that is used for courthouse maintenance, pensions for retired sheriffs and programs to combat domestic violence. Columnist Dave Helling writes that a case before the Missouri Court of Appeals could change that. File photo by DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com