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Municipal Court


Effective 10/1/2022 the Branchburg Municipal Court will be relocating to:


Hillsborough Municipal Court

379 S. Branch Road
Hillsborough, NJ  08844

Phone:(908) 369-3532
Fax: (908) 369-4401

The Municipal Court hears all violations of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Code, petty disorderly and disorderly persons offenses, quasi criminal matters and violations of Town Code Ordinances. The court also offers a Mediation Program to aid in resolving neighbor and minor disputes.
Please refer to the back of your ticket for options on how to proceed with resolving your violation.





Present through 9/30/2022:

Branchburg Municipal Court


Court Administrator - Ruth Mulligan
Deputy Court Administrator - Kimberly Mathewson
Phone: 908-526-1300 x127 
Fax No: 908-526-5870

Court Office:  M-F, 8:00am-4:30pm
Payment Window:  M-F, 8am-4pm

Judge – Frank Taddeo
Prosecutor – Christopher “Kip” Bateman

The Municipal Court is held on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 9:30am.  Municipal Court sessions are currently being held virtually through Zoom.  You can contact the Municipal Court office with any questions by emailing the Court office at courts@branchburg.nj.us or by calling the Municipal Court Office at 908-526-1300, extension 127.

Payments mailed to the Court office can be made by checks or money orders.
Payments accepted in the Court office can be made by Cash, Check, Money order, MasterCard and Visa.

 

  Pay Traffic Tickets Online 

 

The Municipal Courts in New Jersey are considered courts of limited jurisdiction, having responsibility for motor vehicle and traffic violations, quasi-criminal offenses (i.e. disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses), municipal ordinance violations, certain penalty enforcement actions, including fish and game violations, specified criminal offenses where indictment and trial by jury are waived by the defendant, enforcement of miscellaneous regulatory violations and conducting probable cause hearings for indictable offenses. The territorial jurisdiction of a Municipal Court extends only to the boundaries of its municipality unless it is a joint Municipal Court, in which case it extends to the combined boundaries of its constituent municipalities.