State Court in New Jersey
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Administrative Office-courts
Woodbury
1 N Broad St

(856) 853-3200
Administrative Office-courts
Woodbury
1 N Broad St

(856) 853-3200
Court Administration
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 984-0275
Court Administration
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 984-0275
Judiciary Dept-superior Court
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 345-6700
Judiciary Dept-superior Court
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 345-6700
Ocean County Superior Court
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2067
Ocean County Superior Court
Toms River
213 Washington St

(732) 929-2179
Ocean County Superior Court
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2067
Ocean County Superior Court
Toms River
213 Washington St

(732) 929-2179
Superior Court
Hackensack
10 Main St, Ste 1

(201) 527-2700
Superior Court
Elizabeth
Courthouse

(908) 659-4600
Superior Court
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0675
Superior Court
Newark
50 W Market St Rm 618

(973) 693-6470
Superior Court
Hammonton
350 Richards Ave

(609) 567-1677
Superior Court
Freehold
71 Monument St

(732) 677-4137
Superior Court
Mount Holly
49 Rancocas Rd

(609) 518-2600
Superior Court
Bridgeton
60 W Broad St

(856) 451-8000
Superior Court
Trenton
25 Market St, # 6N

(609) 292-4802
Superior Court
Hackensack
10 Main St, Ste 1

(201) 527-2700
Superior Court
Elizabeth
Courthouse

(908) 659-4600
Superior Court
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0675
Superior Court
Newark
50 W Market St Rm 618

(973) 693-6470
Superior Court
Hammonton
350 Richards Ave

(609) 567-1677
Superior Court
Freehold
71 Monument St

(732) 677-4137
Superior Court
Mount Holly
49 Rancocas Rd

(609) 518-2600
Superior Court
Bridgeton
60 W Broad St

(856) 451-8000
Superior Court
Trenton
25 Market St, # 6N

(609) 292-4802
Superior Court Administration
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2042
Superior Court Administration
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave Ste 1

(201) 795-6600
Superior Court Administration
Somerville
40 N Bridge St

(908) 231-7191
Superior Court Administration
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2042
Superior Court Administration
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave Ste 1

(201) 795-6600
Superior Court Administration
Somerville
40 N Bridge St

(908) 231-7191
Superior Court Appellate Div
Jersey City
583 Newark Ave

(201) 659-8710
Superior Court Appellate Div
Jersey City
583 Newark Ave

(201) 659-8710
Superior Court Banking
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 292-4691
Superior Court Banking
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 292-4691
Superior Court Civil Div
Camden
101 S 5th St, # 650

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Civil Div
Toms River
118 Washington St

(732) 929-2111
Superior Court Civil Div
Camden
101 S 5th St, # 650

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Civil Div
Toms River
118 Washington St

(732) 929-2111
Superior Court Clerk
Trenton
25 Market St, # 6N

(609) 292-4987
Superior Court Clerk
Trenton
25 Market St, # 6N

(609) 292-4987
Superior Court Criminal Div
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0696
Superior Court Criminal Div
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2009
Superior Court Criminal Div
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0696
Superior Court Criminal Div
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2009
Superior Court Criminal Sctn
Freehold
71 Monument St

(732) 677-4500
Superior Court Criminal Sctn
Freehold
71 Monument St

(732) 677-4500
Superior Court Family Div
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2019
Superior Court Family Div
Camden
101 S 5th St, Rm 230

(856) 379-2230
Superior Court Family Div
Woodbury
70 Hunter St

(856) 686-7400
Superior Court Family Div
Toms River
120 Hooper Ave

(732) 929-2019
Superior Court Family Div
Camden
101 S 5th St, Rm 230

(856) 379-2230
Superior Court Family Div
Woodbury
70 Hunter St

(856) 686-7400
Superior Court House
Morristown
Washington St AT Court St

(973) 656-4000
Superior Court House
Morristown
Washington St AT Court St

(973) 656-4000
Superior Court Judge
Trenton
210 S Broad St, # 5

(609) 292-4696
Superior Court Judge
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 441-3330
Superior Court Judge
Newark
212 Washington St, # 1027

(973) 693-6749
Superior Court Judge
Trenton
210 S Broad St, # 5

(609) 292-4696
Superior Court Judge
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 441-3330
Superior Court Judge
Newark
212 Washington St, # 1027

(973) 693-6749
Superior Court Judge Office
Cape May Court House
9 N Main St

(609) 463-6588
Superior Court Judge Office
Cape May Court House
9 N Main St

(609) 463-6588
Superior Court Judges
Toms River
206 Court House Ln, # 18

(732) 929-4789
Superior Court Judges
Camden
101 S 5th St, # 670

(856) 379-2355
Superior Court Judges
Mays Landing
4997 Unami Blvd

(609) 909-8135
Superior Court Judges
Toms River
206 Court House Ln, # 18

(732) 929-4789
Superior Court Judges
Camden
101 S 5th St, # 670

(856) 379-2355
Superior Court Judges
Mays Landing
4997 Unami Blvd

(609) 909-8135
Superior Court Juvenile Prob
Camden
40 N 5th St

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Juvenile Prob
Camden
40 N 5th St

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Of Hudson Count
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave, Ste 1

(201) 795-6114
Superior Court Of Hudson Count
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave, Ste 1

(201) 795-6114
Superior Court Of New Jersey
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 343-2350
Superior Court Of New Jersey
Atlantic City
1201 Bacharach Blvd

(609) 343-2350
Superior Court Probation
Perth Amboy
262 State St

(732) 293-2320
Superior Court Probation
Hackensack
133 River St

(201) 527-4000
Superior Court Probation
Perth Amboy
262 State St

(732) 293-2320
Superior Court Probation
Hackensack
133 River St

(201) 527-4000
Superior Court Probation Div
Manahawkin
Recovery Rd

(609) 597-2046
Superior Court Probation Div
Manahawkin
Recovery Rd

(609) 597-2046
Superior Court Reporter
Camden
Parkada Bldg, # 222

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Reporter
Camden
Parkada Bldg, # 222

(856) 379-2200
Superior Court Reporters
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave, Ste 1

(201) 795-6707
Superior Court Reporters
Jersey City
595 Newark Ave, Ste 1

(201) 795-6707
Superior Court-civil Div
Woodbury
1 N Broad St

(856) 853-3486
Superior Court-civil Div
Woodbury
1 N Broad St

(856) 853-3486
Superior Court-civil Div Info
Hackensack
10 Main St

(201) 527-2600
Superior Court-civil Div Info
Hackensack
10 Main St

(201) 527-2600
Superior Court-matrimonial
Paterson
401 Grand St, Ste 1

(973) 247-8551
Superior Court-matrimonial
Paterson
401 Grand St, Ste 1

(973) 247-8551
Superior Court-mercer County
Trenton
175 S Broad St

(609) 571-4810
Superior Court-mercer County
Trenton
175 S Broad St

(609) 571-4810
Superior Court-probation Div
Paterson
63-65 Hamilton St

(973) 247-8700
Superior Court-probation Div
Paterson
63-65 Hamilton St

(973) 247-8700
Superior Court-small Claims
Paterson
77 Hamilton St, # 2

(973) 247-8268
Superior Court-small Claims
Paterson
77 Hamilton St, # 2

(973) 247-8268
Supreme Court Associate Justice
Morristown
60 Washington St

(973) 631-6391
Supreme Court Associate Justice
Morristown
60 Washington St

(973) 631-6391
Supreme Court Clerk Office
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 292-4837
Supreme Court Clerk Office
Trenton
25 Market St

(609) 292-4837
Supreme Court Judge
Red Bank
151 Bodman Pl, Ste 101

(732) 530-7854
Supreme Court Judge
Red Bank
151 Bodman Pl, Ste 101

(732) 530-7854
Sussex Cty Court Administrator
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0675
Sussex Cty Court Administrator
Newton
43-47 High St

(973) 579-0675


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Latest State Court News
28, Mar 2015 - State Sen. Weinberg sues N.J. sports authority over Izod closure
As promised, state Sen. Loretta Weinberg has sued the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority over what she said was its failure to turn over financial documents related to the closure of the Izod Center.
28, Mar 2015 - Judge grants Christie brief extension for pension appeal
A New Jersey appellate court judge has granted Gov. Chris Christie's administration a brief extension to file paperwork to appeal a decision involving the state's public pension system.
27, Mar 2015 - Reports on Bolanos being reviewed by state
Photo by Daniel Freel/New Jersey Herald - Mirna Bolanos, right, of Hopatcong, speaks to her defense attorney, David Nufrio, during her status conference in State Superior Court in Newton on Monday.
27, Mar 2015 - Sweeney: Christie should nominate an attorney general
TRENTON - Gov. Christie should nominate an attorney general to be confirmed by the Senate, New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney said Monday, arguing that process was key to preserving the independence of the office.
26, Mar 2015 - Prosecutor says Germany is unlikely to charge N.J. school employees accused of sex with students
Bergen County's prosecutor said today the criminal case against a pair of former high school employees accused of having sex with students on a school trip to Germany is likely dead now that the state Supreme Court ruled the men cannot be prosecuted in New Jersey
26, Mar 2015 - Children of comedian killed in crash that injured Tracy Morgan awarded $10M
The children of comedian James McNair, who was killed in the New Jersey Turnpike crash that injured Tracy Morgan, are getting a $10 million settlement from Walmart, court papers show.
26, Mar 2015 - New Jersey court: Judges taking over housing enforcement
New Jersey's top court ruled Tuesday that judges should take over the enforcement of state affordable housing requirements because the state government under Gov. Chris Christie and his predecessors has ...
26, Mar 2015 - Judge rules that 'gay conversion' therapy claims are fraud
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A judge in New Jersey has ruled that people providing gay conversion therapy who describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are committing fraud. Hudson County Superior Court Judge Peter Bariso Jr. ruled Tuesday against the Jersey City-based Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing. He said ...
26, Mar 2015 - Judge: Gay conversion therapy claims are fraud
A judge in New Jersey has ruled that claims of gay conversion therapy that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud. Hudson County Superior Court Judge Peter Bariso Jr. ruled against the Jersey City-based Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing. He said JONAH's claims are illegal based on the state's Consumer Fraud Act.
26, Mar 2015 - How One Governor Robbed Wildlife to Help an Oil Company
In the history of corporate fines for industrial pollution, one oil giant’s recent deal with New Jersey stands out—but not for justice served. The deal got the attention of regional reporters, and on Thursday Jon Stewart anchored a laugh-through-the-outrage segment about the settlement on The Daily Show. Stewart focused on the sweetheart deal’s strong resemblance to a quid pro quo arrangement ...
26, Mar 2015 - N.J. Senate panel OKs resolution asking judge to throw out $225M Exxon pollution settlement
In a bid to stymie Governor Christie’s controversial $225 million environmental damage settlement with Exxon Mobil Corp. for contamination at several New Jersey refineries, the state Senate’s environment committee Monday approved a resolution asking the judge involved in the case to throw out the settlement.
26, Mar 2015 - Teacher's union says it will push for $1.6B pension payment
New Jersey's largest teachers union will continue to press Gov. Chris Christie to make a court-ordered $1.6 billion payment into the state's public pension system, a union official said Tuesday. Sean Spiller, ...
26, Mar 2015 - Claims that homosexuality is a curable disorder are fraud, judge rules
A judge in New Jersey has ruled that claims of gay conversion therapy that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud.
26, Mar 2015 - Supreme Court tosses charges in high school trip sex case
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state cannot prosecute two high school employees for sexual assaults on students alleged to have occurred during a class trip to Germany.
26, Mar 2015 - Kids of comedian killed in crash that injured Tracy Morgan get $10 million Wal-Mart settlement
The children of comedian James McNair, who was killed in the New Jersey Turnpike crash that injured Tracy Morgan, are getting a $10 million settlement from Wal-Mart, court papers show. The documents also show that the children, Jamel McNair, 26, and Denita McNair, 19, are putting part of the payment toward annuities that will pay them ever-increasing monthly amounts, starting at $3,000, for the ...
26, Mar 2015 - New Jersey judge: Gay conversion therapy claims describing homosexuality as curable are fraud
A judge in New Jersey has ruled that claims of gay conversion therapy that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud.
25, Mar 2015 - HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP: Officials say state owes town money
The Hopewell Township Committee voted 4-0 Monday night to sue state government to seek $639,633, plus court costs and attorney fees, the township says it is owed by the state under the terms of the New Jersey Economic Stimulus Act.
25, Mar 2015 - U.S. high court to hear challenge to rule that may affect N.J. air quality
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today in a case that will affect the future of New Jersey’s chronically poor air quality and polluted lakes and rivers.
25, Mar 2015 - Judge: Milton Street stays on mayoral ballot
Former state Sen T. Milton Street Sr. will remain on Philadelphia's Democratic primary ballot for mayor after a judge ruled Wednesday against a challenger who claimed Street really lives in New Jersey.
25, Mar 2015 - PSEG wins suit against insurance companies over Sandy damage
Insurance companies improperly tried to limit coverage for hundreds of millions of dollars in power-grid damage resulting from Superstorm Sandy, according to a state judge's ruling that could spare customers of New Jersey's largest utility from having to foot part of the repair tab.
25, Mar 2015 - Affordable Care Act discussion set for March 25
WEST LONG BRANCH — Monmouth University will host the panel discussion “The Affordable Care Act: Is It Working in New Jersey?” at 4:30 p.m. March 25 at the Multipurpose Activity Center, 400 Cedar Ave. Discussion topics will include health-care reform, health-care services and pending court cases within the state. read more
25, Mar 2015 - Freehold, NJ Christie says Democrats won't let him reshape high court
FREEHOLD, N.J. - Gov. Christie said Tuesday that Democratic lawmakers will block him from filling a lingering vacancy on the New Jersey Supreme Court for the rest of his time as governor, which he said impedes his ability to tamp down property taxes by changing funding mandates for school districts with poor students.
25, Mar 2015 - NJ court strikes down Christie plan to cut pension contributions
A New Jersey court struck down Governor Chris Christie's plan to cut contributions to its public pension system on Thursday, ruling in favor of teachers, firefighters and police who had sued the governor and state. "The court cannot allow the State to 'simply walk away from its financial obligations,' especially when those obligations were the State's own creation," the court said.
25, Mar 2015 - Court rules PSEG may be entitled to recover Sandy storm-surge losses
(Reuters) - Public Service Enterprise Group Inc., New Jersey's largest power utility, may be entitled to recover hundreds of millions of dollars more from its insurers for losses caused by the storm surge associated with Superstorm Sandy in 2012, a state court has ruled. New Jersey Superior Court Judge Thomas Vena said in a ruling released on Monday the company's insurance policy was not subject ...
25, Mar 2015 - New Jersey Teen Wins Court Case Against Atheists to Keep 'Under God' in Pledge of Allegianc
A New Jersey teenager who stood up against atheists seeking to legally remove the phrase "one nation under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, declared victory in court last Friday after a state judge dismissed the case.
25, Mar 2015 - New Jersey Supreme Court rules in school trip sex case
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that the state cannot prosecute two high school employees accused of having sex with students they were chaperoning on a class trip to Germany.
25, Mar 2015 - NJ court slaps down Christie plan on pension contributions
A New Jersey court on Monday struck down Governor Chris Christie's plan to cut contributions to its public pension system, ruling in favor of teachers, firefighters and police who sued the governor and state. In the lawsuit filed in June, the unions said that Christie's move to reduce pension contributions to $1.38 billion from $3.85 billion through fiscal 2015 was a violation of employees ...
25, Mar 2015 - Encore: New Jersey pension ruling spotlights shortfall
New Jersey faces big pension hurdles going forward—and a court ruling suggests that Gov. Christie is largely to blame.
11, Oct 2014 - Lawyer charged with stealing $1M from clients
HACKSENSACK, N.J. (AP) - A northern New Jersey attorney has been charged with defrauding dozens of former clients of more than $1 million, including his brother.
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