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Your day in Sayreville Municipal Court

The Sayreville Municipal Court (“Sayreville Court”) is located at 1000 Main Street, Sayreville, NJ 08872. All motor vehicle, disorderly persons, petty disorderly persons and ordinance violations alleged to have occurred in Sayreville are heard in Sayreville Court. There is a high volume of cases in Sayreville Court due both the Garden State Parkway and Routes 9 and 35 running through Sayreville.

The Presiding Judge in Sayreville Court is the Honorable James F. Weber, P.J.M.C. The Honorable Michael T. Sica, J.M.C. also sits in Sayreville Court. The Prosecutor is Francis “Mack” Womack, III, Esq. and the Public Defender is Frederick Roselli, Esq.

Court sessions are every Tuesday evening at 5:30 pm and Thursday morning at 8:30 am. Private citizen complaints are heard on the third Thursday morning session of every month.

Whereas some courts will not check you in prior to the start of designated court session, Sayreville almost always starts check-in early. When you enter the building, you are required to go through metal detectors and then into the Court for check-in. Court staff are very friendly and accommodating. They will speak with you and then give you a number to see the prosecutor. Once everyone is checked in, court staff will call out a range of numbers to line up and see the prosecutor. When you speak with the prosecutor, he may offer you a plea, in which case you go back into the court and speak with the judge, plead and receive your sentence. If you are not able to come to a resolution, your matter will likely be adjourned and set for trial. You should note that the date on your summons is usually not the date you are required to appear, but a “control date” by when you either have to pay the summons or call the court and plead not guilty.

Musto & Alevras regularly appears in Sayreville Court. If you or someone you know is charged with a criminal, traffic or any other type of offense, free to call or text me at (732) 558-2019, email me at or call the office at (732) 750-4600 to set up an appointment.

Musto & Alevras appears in all courts throughout New Jersey, including, but not limited to Carteret Borough, Cranbury Township, Dunellen Borough, East Brunswick Township, Edison Township, Helmetta Borough, Highland Park Borough, Jamesburg Borough, Metuchen Borough, Middlesex Borough, Milltown Borough, Monroe Township, New Brunswick City, North Brunswick Township, Old Bridge Township, Perth Amboy City, Piscataway Township, Plainsboro Township, Sayreville Borough, South Amboy City, South Brunswick Township, South Plainfield Borough, South River Borough, Spotswood Borough and Woodbridge Township.

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