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Your Day in Woodbridge Municipal Court

Updated: Nov 26, 2019

Woodbridge Township Municipal Court is one of the busiest courts in New Jersey. It has jurisdiction over all motor vehicle offenses, ordinance offenses, disorderly persons and petty disorderly persons offenses occurring in Woodbridge Township. Both the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike as well as Routes 1 and 9 run through Woodbridge, attributing to large number of motor vehicle violations heard in Woodbridge Court.

If you have received a ticket in Woodbridge, you should call the Court if you want to contest the ticket or attempt to mitigate the fines or points. The Court can be reached at (732) 636-6430 and the Court staff are very helpful with your questions or concerns. Many tickets are payable and do not require a court appearance, however, you may incur unnecessary points on your motor vehicle license. You can pay and check the status of you motor vehicle ticket at this link:

If you do contest your ticket, you will receive a court notice for one of the following sessions:

Monday - Friday 8:45 a.m., Monday - Thursday 6:45 p.m., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 1 p.m.

The address is 1 Main Street, Woodbridge , NJ 07095. It is the Town Hall Building for Woodbridge Township. Court it through the main doors, and straight until you cannot go any further, then a right through the metal detectors. Court staff will direct you where to go and what to do.

The Judges in Woodbridge Court are: Kevin H. Morse, Presiding Judge

Joseph Lombardi, JMC

David Stahl, JMC

The Prosecutors in Woodbridge Court are: Normal Murgado, Esq. (Chief Prosecutor)

Robert Carroll, Esq.

Daniel Brown, Esq.

Harold Parra, Esq.

David Spevak, Esq.

Francis Womack, Esq.

The Public Defenders in Woodbridge Court are: Eric Schwab, Esq. (Chief Public Defender)

Anthony Fazioli, Esq.

If you or someone you know has a matter in Woodbridge Municipal Court, have them call the office at (732) 750-4600 for a free consultation.

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