Municipal Court

Please call the Municipal Court Office at (732) 247-0922, ext. 425 before coming to the Court satellite office at 710 Hermann Road.

You may also contact the Court by e-mail at

The North Brunswick Municipal Court is part of the New Jersey State Judiciary.

We are an independent branch of government constitutionally entrusted with the fair and just resolution of disputes in order to preserve the rule of law and to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States and this State.

We are a court of statutory jurisdiction having authority to hear and dispose of:

  • Disorderly persons offenses, petty disorderly persons offenses and other non-indictable offenses except where exclusive jurisdiction is given to the Superior Court
  • Proceedings to collect a penalty where jurisdiction is granted by statute
  • Violations of the fish and game laws
  • Violations of motor vehicle and traffic laws (including parking violations)
  • Violations of municipal ordinances

Municipal Court Judges

  • Christine Heitmann, Chief Judge
  • Joseph Lombardi, Judge
  • Spero Kalambakas, Judge


Points are assessed by the Division of Motor Vehicles.

NJ Motor Vehicle Commission

Check the back of the summons. If the violation is not listed call the court office. (732) 247-0922 x 425.

Before the date indicated at the bottom of the summons.

Check the ticket or call the court office (732) 247-0922 x 425.

You must appear in court if the summons has “court required” checked or if the violation is not listed on the Violations Bureau Schedule.

If you plan to plead “not guilty” to a ticket (summons) that is not checked “court required” you must call the court office in advance to schedule your court appearance.

If there is a warrant out for your arrest you must post bail and then appear at your court date.

During regular business hours of 8:30 AM to 3:45 PM:
Post bail at the court office.

After normal business hours:
Bail may be posted with the North Brunswick Police Department or any other police department in the State of New Jersey.

Once bail is posted you will receive a date to appear in court.

No, neither the Municipal Court nor any other North Brunswick Township employee is permitted to refer anyone to a lawyer nor provide legal advice. However, we can provide the contact information for the Middlesex County Lawyer Referral Service.

Middlesex County Lawyer Referral Service