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Municipal Court

Court Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Please Note: Somerdale, Laurel Springs, and Pine Hill courts are handled through this location.

Court Sessions

There are several convenient options to dispute payable Traffic Tickets online, by mail, and via court. Please see the options and details below:

Online: No need to appear in court, dispute your payable Traffic Ticket from the comfort of your own home. To dispute your Payable Traffic Ticket online click on this link: www.njmcdirect.com and enter your payable ticket information and dispute your ticket online by emailing the prosecutor directly. You will receive an email from the prosecutor with a proposed plea agreement. You must respond with in 5 days or your option to dispute your payable Traffic Ticket online will expire. When completed an email will be sent to you containing payment information.

By Mail: No need to appear in court, dispute your payable Traffic Ticket from the comfort of your own home. To dispute your Payable Traffic Ticket through the mail, click this link: www.pleabymail and complete the form, email it to Jackie.vicari1@nicourts.gov or tikia.hodges@nicourts.gov . The completed form along with your tickets will go before the prosecutor and judge on our next court date.

By Zoom Court Appearance: No need to appear in our court room, dispute your payable Traffic Ticket from the comfort of your own home. Email the court office at Jackie.vicari1@njcourts.gov or tikia.hodges@njcourts.gov and request a court date. We will respond with your court date and ZOOM information via email.

Pay your Tickets

To pay your traffic ticket online, Click Here

Court codes for online payments:

Somerdale 0431 | Laurel Springs 0420 | Pine Hill 0428

To see if your traffic ticket carries points, please click go to www.state.nj/us/mvc

Municipal Court accepts the following credit cards: Debit, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover. We also accept cash or money orders.

Bail

Any court officer or police station in the State of New Jersey may take in bail for your Municipal Warrant. We accept cash for bail.

After posting bail, it is the defendant's responsibility to phone the court office that their warrant originated and find out when their court date is scheduled.  

If you move, and you are involved in a case in Somerdale, Laurel Springs, or Pine Hill Courts, it is your responsibility to update your address with the court office.