Sayreville Municipal Court
About New Jersey Municipal Courts
New Jersey Municipal Courts generally handle various less serious offenses, including ordinance violations, motor vehicle and parking tickets, and minor criminal offenses. Each jurisdiction has its own Municipal Court and handles cases that are committed within the boundaries of the city or town it serves. If you have committed an offense, chances are that your case will be heard in a Municipal Court. In some cases, more serious cases may be initially heard in Municipal Court, but eventually referred to a county Superior Court.
About the Sayreville Municipal Court
Sayreville is a small waterfront community on Raritan Bay, with a little more than 40,000 people living in less than 20 square miles. The Sayreville Municipal Court presides over motor vehicle and traffic offenses as well as violations of township ordinances.
Sayreville Municipal Court Contact Info
1000 Main Street
Sayreville, NJ 08872
Phone Number: (732) 525-5446
Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Presiding Judge: Hon. James F. Weber
Municipal Judge: Spencer B. Robbins
Court Administrator: Colette Solinski, CMCA
If you or someone you know has been accused of a New Jersey traffic ticket, you may be facing serious charges. You may be subject to heavy fines, increased insurance premiums, suspension of your driving privileges and even jail time. In order to fight these charges and have the penalties reduced or dismissed altogether, you should consult with an experienced central New Jersey traffic ticket lawyer. 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.