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
19, Sep 2014 - Christie pays high price fighting public records requests
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration has paid out more than $400,000 to reimburse plaintiffs' attorneys in open records request cases since 2012, new records show.
19, Sep 2014 - Christie administration out more than $440,000 since 2012 fighting public records requests
NEWARK, N.J. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration has paid out more than $400,000 to reimburse plaintiffs' attorneys in open records request cases since 2012, new records show.
18, Sep 2014 - Christie: NJ casinos, tracks can offer sports betting
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie issued a directive Monday allowing his state's casinos and racetracks to immediately offer sports betting without fear of criminal or civil li
18, Sep 2014 - Sweeney asks Attorney General to review Ray Rice case
New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney says the Ray Rice assault case may prompt lawmakers to make changes to the state’s pretrial intervention program.
17, Sep 2014 - Jersey Democrats celebrate labor, court votes
Some of New Jersey's top Democrats said Friday that organized labor is under assault across the country, even as the movement has gained considerable clout in Trenton.
17, Sep 2014 - Ex-Hoboken mayor disbarred for taking bribes
HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Supreme Court has disbarred a former Hoboken mayor who was arrested in what became the state's largest corruption bust. The court says Peter Cammarano betrayed a solemn public trust. Cammarano was the youngest mayor in Hoboken's history when he was ...
17, Sep 2014 - Ex-Hoboken mayor disbarred for taking bribes - NBC40.net
HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) - The New Jersey Supreme Court has disbarred a former Hoboken mayor who was arrested in what became the state's largest corruption bust.
17, Sep 2014 - Christie pays high price fighting records requests
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration has paid out more than $400,000 to reimburse plaintiffs' attorneys in open records request cases since 2012, new records show.
16, Sep 2014 - Newton, NJ Assembly passes six domestic violence bills
The New Jersey Assembly unanimously passed six bills on Monday to address domestic violence, including one that would allow victims of domestic violence to testify in court via video rather than in person.
16, Sep 2014 - Occidental Unit to Pay $190 Million in N.J. River Cleanup
Occidental Petroleum Corp. (OXY) ’s chemical unit agreed to pay $190 million to cover its liability for the cleanup of industrial contamination in the Passaic River in northern New Jersey, state officials said.
16, Sep 2014 - Hackensack, NJ Bergen County sheriff delays deployment of military vehicles
A northern New Jersey sheriff has delayed deployment of armored vehicles that are being acquired through a federal military surplus program. In a statement, Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino announced Thursday he is taking the action after the U.S. attorney general and state attorney general decided to review the program in the wake of police response to civil unrest that followed a police ...
15, Sep 2014 - N.J. Senate confirms new Essex County judges
The New Jersey Senate has voted to confirm eight new Essex County superior court judges following a lengthy stalemate with Gov. Chris Christie.
15, Sep 2014 - Man says he killed 4 men in Wash., N.J. to gain revenge against US
A Seattle man who confessed to killing four people in Washington and New Jersey this year said each shooting was part of a mission of vengeance against the U.S. government for its actions in the Middle East, according to court documents released Wednesday.
15, Sep 2014 - Seattle man says he killed 4 in Wash., N.J. to gain revenge against U.S.
A Seattle man who confessed to killing four people in Washington and New Jersey this year said each shooting was part of a mission of vengeance against the U.S. government for its actions in the Middle East, according to court documents released Wednesday.
15, Sep 2014 - Gun bill would give N.J. judges leeway
TRENTON - A state lawmaker says he has introduced a bill that would give discretion to New Jersey judges dealing with out-of-state gun owners.
15, Sep 2014 - N.J. Senate to vote on new Essex County judges
The New Jersey Senate's judiciary committee has released the nominations of eight Essex County superior court nominees following a lengthy stalemate with Gov. Chris Christie.
15, Sep 2014 - With Lady Luck no longer at its side, Revel casino details closure plan
As hopes for a last-minute buyer dim, Atlantic City's Revel casino has laid out its closure plans, from disposing of opened bottles of alcohol to cashing unredeemed poker chips. The plans detailed in court documents mark the end of a $2.4 billion hotel-casino that was hailed by state leaders including Governor Chris Christie as a model for reviving the New Jersey seaside city when it opened in ...
19, Apr 2014 - State Supreme Court justice to speak at annual Hudson Law Day celebration
New Jersey Supreme Court Associate Justice Jaynee LaVecchia will give the keynote address at the annual Hudson Vicinage Law Day celebration at the Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Courthouse in Jersey City on May 1, officials said.
05, Apr 2014 - Camden, NJ Avaya tried to monopolize maintenance, jury says in $60M verdict
A federal jury in New Jersey has handed a setback to Avaya, ruling that it illegally tried to quash competition for service on its enterprise communications equipment. Avaya violated antitrust law when it attempted to stop Continuant, an IT support company in Washington state, from providing post-warranty support on Avaya phone systems and predictive dialers, the jury said in a verdict issued on ...
05, Apr 2014 - Camden, NJ Ex-Christie aides to judge: Quash subpoenas
TRENTON, N.J. — Lawyers for two key figures in a political payback plot ensnaring New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration will be in court to try to convince a judge not to force them to turn over text messages and other private communications to state legislators investigating the matter. Fired Christie staffer Bridget Kelly and two-time campaign manager Bill Stepien say complying with ...
05, Apr 2014 - Camden, NJ Top NJ court to hear case on Camden police change - NBC40.net
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey's top court has agreed to hear a case on whether it was OK for Camden to dissolve its police force and bring in a new county-run department without voter approval.
05, Apr 2014 - Indian-American computer scientist's fatal beater gets 12 years' jail
New Jersey, April 5 : A New Jersey court has sentenced last of five men charged with the 2010 fatal beating of an Indian-American computer scientist Divyendu Sinha to more than 12 years in prison.
05, Apr 2014 - Brat teen drops lawsuit against parents
Bratty New Jersey teen Rachel Canning threw in the towel and dropped her lawsuit against her parents on Tuesday, according to court papers. Canning, 18, appeared in a Morris County...
05, Apr 2014 - Camden, NJ UPDATED: Fort Washington man admits robbing three banks
A Fort Washington man will be trading possibly 60 years of his life for about $5,300, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey.
04, Apr 2014 - Mays Landing, NJ Fmr. scout leader in NJ gets 85 years for sex assaults
A former Boy Scout leader has been sentenced to 85 years in state prison for sexually assaulting children in New Jersey.
04, Apr 2014 - Camden, NJ N.J. files progress reports on marijuana dispensaries
TRENTON The New Jersey Department of Health has issued its first progress report on the state's medical marijuana program in response to a court order given after two patients filed a lawsuit alleging the agency had deliberately delayed the program's implementation.
04, Apr 2014 - Morristown, NJ New Jersey teen suing parents won't get immediate support
Morristown, N.J. — A northern New Jersey honor student who has sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home had her initial request denied Tuesday by a judge who cautioned that the case could lead to a
04, Apr 2014 - Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Hip Implant Lawsuit Update
The recalled Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II hip implant lawsuits are moving forward towards mediations and bellwether trials. Most of the pending lawsuits are in the state court in New Jersey and in the federal court in Minneapolis. Almost all of the cases filed in state courts other than New Jersey are removed by Stryker [...]
04, Apr 2014 - Morristown, NJ Honor student who sued parents returns home
ROSELAND, N.J. — The New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home has reunited with them, and the family is now asking for privacy. Rachel Canning moved back in with her parents after speaking with her mother Tuesday, but without any promises of financial support or other consideration, according to lawyers for the teen and her parents.
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