Maurice River Township Municipal Court
Municipal Courts of New Jersey were established in 1948 and have four core values; Independence, Integrity, Fairness and Quality Service.
"We are an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the rule of law and to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and this State."
Payments Maurice River Township Municipal Court accepts cash, check or money orders as forms of payment. We do not take debit or credit cards for payments at the Violation's Bureau Window. However, if you are making a payment for a traffic matter, you can visit our website at www.njmcdirect.com and make your payment using debit or credit on the website. Note you must have the Court ID, Ticket Prefix, Ticket Number and also the License Plate Number of the vehicle you were in when the summons was issue.
Judge: Edward F. Duffy Municipal Court Administrator: Ashley Criss Municipal Prosecutor: Thomas Corrigan Municipal Public Defender: Stephen Kernan
- Do I need to appear in court if I choose to plead guilty and pay the fine
- If I can plead guilty without going to court, how much will I have to pay?
- What should I expect when I go to court?
- What is a plea agreement?
- What happens if I plead guilty in court?
- What if I plead not guilty?
- Can I use the Internet to find more information or to plead guilty and pay a fine?