Tuckerton Borough Municipal Court

Tuckerton Borough Municipal Court Address

140 East Main Street

Tuckerton, NJ 08087

Phone Number: (609) 296-2036

Fax Number: (609) 296-9307

Judge and Staff of the Tuckerton Municipal Court

The current judge presiding over the Municipal Court of the Borough of Tuckerton is The Honorable Damian G. Murray and the Court Administrator is Patricia M. Mathis, CMCA.  The Borough Prosecutor is presently Steven Zabarsky, Esq.

The Violations Bureau is open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Court sessions are held on the first Tuesday of the month.

Common Charges at the Tuckerton Municipal Court

From July 2012 through June 2013, the Borough of Tuckerton charged an average of 20 criminal offenses and 85 to 90 moving traffic violations per month. These figures are a 30% decline in the numbers charged in all categories in the previous year.

Appearing at the Tuckerton Municipal Court

If you miss your first court session, immediately call the court administrator to reschedule or a Failure to Appear notice may be issued, and an arrest warrant could be generated in your name at the judge’s discretion.

If you have been charged in a criminal matter, DWI, or if “court appearance required” is checked on your summons, you must appear in court. However, if you wish to plead not guilty, even if you’re not required to appear, the court directs that you must call the court office prior to the date listed on your summons or subpoena to advise them of your not guilty plea.

It is always to your benefit to plead not guilty, because you will gain an opportunity to negotiate with the municipal prosecutor to plead guilty to a lesser charge. The court administrator will take you off the calendar for that date, then advise you of your new date by mail. You must make certain that the court has your correct address so you don’t miss this very important date.

Negotiating with the Tuckerton Borough Prosecutor

Reduced charges will result in a better criminal record and lower fines and penalties, so it is advantageous to have an experienced Tuckerton Borough criminal defense attorney conduct these negotiations for you. The Jersey Shore criminal defense law firm of Villani & DeLuca has very successfully represented many clients at the Municipal Court of the Borough of Tuckerton.

Paying Fines to the Tuckerton Municipal Court

Any fines owed to the Tuckerton Borough Municipal Court can be paid at the court office by credit card, cash, check or money order. Credit cards are not accepted at court sessions. Payments for traffic tickets only may be made at www.njmcdirect.com by credit or debit card. The Tuckerton Borough Court ID is 1532.

Experienced Tuckerton, NJ Lawyers

To consider all of your legal options, take advantage of a free consultation with an experienced Tuckerton, NJ attorney. Your call to Villani & DeLuca at (732) 965-3350 is welcome days, nights and weekends to discuss your legal alternatives.

About the Borough of Tuckerton, NJ

Tuckerton Borough is 3.4 square miles, located near the center of the Jersey Shore, with a 2010 Census population of 3,347. Tuckerton is wholly enclosed within Little Egg Harbor Township. In 1704, a gristmill was constructed which still stands today. Former names for Tuckerton gave hints as to its history. Among them were “Middle-of-the-Shore,” “Clamtown,” “Quakertown,” and “Fishtown.” In 1789, villagers voted to rename Clamtown to Tuckerton after Town Collector Ebenezer Tucker hosted a great feast for them.

Directions to the Tuckerton Municipal Court

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