Woodbridge Township Municipal Court
About New Jersey Municipal Courts
New Jersey Municipal Courts handle less serious offenses, such as ordinance violations, traffic and parking tickets, and minor criminal offenses committed within the boundaries of the municipality they serve. More serious criminal offenses are heard at the Superior Court level. Woodbridge Township Municipal Court is one of 530 New Jersey Municipal Courts that collectively handle about 6.5 million cases each year.
About the Woodbridge Township Municipal Court
Woodbridge Township is one of the oldest original townships in New Jersey with a growing population of approximately 100,000. The township has a total area of 24.5 square miles of mostly land. New Jersey Woodbridge Municipal Court is one of the busiest Municipal Courts in the State of New Jersey, second only to the City of Newark in terms of the volume of traffic summonses and criminal complaints processed.
Woodbridge Township Municipal Court Contact Info
1 Main Street
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
Phone Number: (732) 636-6430
Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Presiding Judge: Hon. Emery Z. Toth, Hon. Kevin H. Morse, Hon. Spencer B. Robbins
Court Administrator: Barbara Veit
If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged in Woodbridge Township, you may be facing serious charges and heavy fines. In order to successfully fight these charges and have the penalties reduced or dismissed altogether, you need to immediately contact an experienced traffic ticket attorney to begin working on your case. New Jersey traffic ticket attorney Dan Matrafajlo has years of experience defending New Jersey drivers in all New Jersey Municipal Courts, including the Sayreville Municipal Court, the Elizabeth Municipal Court, the Newark Municipal Court, the Perth Amboy Municipal Court and the Rahway Municipal Court. Call (908) 248-4404 today to learn how he can help you defend your case.