This information should not be construed as providing legal advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please consult with an attorney. Edgerton court clerks, prosecutor or the judge cannot give you legal advice.
At Edgerton Municipal Court, no weapons of any kind are allowed in the courtroom. All knives, razors, chemical sprays, and weapons will be seized.
Edgerton Municipal Court Fine Schedules:
Third Tuesday of Every Month Starting at 3:00 PM, unless otherwise specified
Address: 404 E Nelson St, Edgerton, KS 66021
Our docket is set on a first come, first served basis - the earlier you sign in, the quicker you may be seen by the prosecutor
Sign in time starts at 3:00PM
Paying Fines and Fees
If your violation has a specified fine amount, you can choose to pay fines and fees prior to your court date by pleading no contest or guilty. If any violation charged on your traffic ticket specifies “Court,” you must appear in court for arraignment on your Notice to Appear date.
Pay your ticket by mail, phone or in person
Mailing in Your Payment:
On the back of your traffic ticket, circle your plea of guilty or no contest in the paragraph under Appearance, Plea of Guilty and Waiver. Make sure to sign and date the ticket. This traffic ticket must accompany your payment.
You may send a personal check* or money order made payable to the City of Edgerton for the total due for fines plus court costs to:
City of Edgerton, Kansas
PO BOX 255
Edgerton, KS 66021
You may also leave payment in the 24-hour drop box located in front of City Hall.
By Phone Payment:
If you would like to pay by phone, please call 913.893.6231 and ask for the court clerk
We accept payments made by Credit Card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover) and E-Check
***Returned checks are subject to a $25.00 service fee***
In Person Payment:
If you would like to pay in person, please have your ticket in hand. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00AM - 4:30PM
At arraignment, you will appear in court and enter a plea for your charged violations. You can enter a plea of:
- Guilty – You admit to having committed the act charged. The judge will order a fine, jail time or other sentence.
- No Contest – You do not contest the city's charge. The judge will enter a verdict of guilty and order a fine, jail time or other sentence. A plea of no contest is not an admission of fault and cannot be used against you in a civil proceeding.
- Not Guilty – You deny guilt, which means the city must prove our charge. Your case will be set for trial or a pre-trial conference with the city prosecutor to see what options are available to you.
Right to an Attorney
You have the right to be represented by an attorney in all cases at Edgerton Municipal Court. If you are charged with an offense that may result in jail time, you must decide whether to proceed with or without an attorney. If you would like an attorney but cannot afford one, the court will appoint an attorney to represent you.
We cannot advise or represent private citizens or entities. If you are seeking personal legal advice, please contact a private attorney. You can use the following resources to find an attorney:
Kansas Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service, 800.928.3111
Kansas Legal Services, 800.675.5860
Entry of Appearance
If you would like your attorney to appear in court on your behalf, an entry of appearance must be entered. We require entries of appearance to be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 913.893.6232. The entry must contain the attorney's Kansas Bar Number.
To obtain videos, officer reports, or accident reports, etc. submit a request to the Court Clerk 72 hours in advance of your court date.