Long Beach Township Municipal Court Address
6805 Long Beach Blvd.
Brant Beach, NJ 08008
Phone Number: (609) 361-6661
Fax Number: (609) 361-7131
Long Beach Township Municipal Court Judge and Staff
The current presiding judge of the Long Beach Township Municipal Court is the Honorable James Liguori. The Court Administrator is Helen-Jean Robinson. The Long Beach Township Municipal Court Prosecutor is currently Steven Zabarsky, Esq. The Public Defender is Stuart Snyder.
The office hours of the Long Beach Township Municipal Court are 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Between July and September, court meets on the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 9:00 a.m. Between October and June, court meets on the second Monday at 9:00 a.m. and holidays will be held on the second Friday of the month.
Failure to Appear at Long Beach Township Municipal Court
It is imperative to be present on the day you are to appear in court, and on time. If you are running late, it is advised that you contact the court immediately so that you may not be penalized for failing to appear when your name is called. If you fail to notify the court that you are running late or cannot appear, then the court may issue a “failure to appear” or a warrant.
If your ticket or summons explicitly states that an appearance is required, then you must appear at the courthouse and cannot pay any applicable fines online. Traffic fines, however, may be paid online. The court prefers that all fines are paid in full when payment is rendered. Fines may be paid by cash, check or credit card at Long Beach Township Municipal Court.
Courtroom Etiquette at the Long Beach Township Court
Children and guests are to behave and refrain from talking while court is in session. Cell phone use is prohibited within the courtroom, and all electronic devices should remain off while in the courtroom. It is advised to leave these devices in your vehicle so that they do not interfere with court proceedings. Please keep in mind that all entrants to the courthouse are subject to walking through a metal detector, and security guards are located on site with metal detecting wands. The public bathrooms are located just outside of the courtroom itself on the first floor.
Cases Heard at Long Beach Township's Municipal Court
The Long Beach Township Municipal Court hears many types of cases. It primarily governs disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses, traffic offenses and minor criminal matters. It also hears violations of local ordinances, as well as fishing and gaming violations.
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