631 Pinewald-Keswick Rd.
PO Box B
Bayville, NJ 08721
AT THIS TIME, DUE TO A PHONE SYSTEM ISSUE, OUR VOICEMAIL IS INOPERABLE. IF WE DO NOT ANSWER YOUR CALL, PLEASE BE PATIENT AND TRY BACK AT A LATER TIME.
James J. Gluck, Judge
Jessie Camporeale, Court Administrator
Angela VanWinkle, Deputy Court Administrator
Christina Fowler, Violations Clerk
Violations Bureau Hours
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
THE VIOLATIONS BUREAU WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC DURING COURT SESSIONS.
PLEASE CONTACT THE COURT TO DETERMINE IF YOU ARE TO APPEAR IN PERSON OR VIRTUALLY.
You must watch the opening remarks by the Judge prior to joining a virtual court session. Click here to watch the opening remarks.
When joining the court session, you may be asked to certify that you watched the judges opening remarks.
Please click the link below for your court session
Municipal Court Session
-Set up in a closed room with no other noise or people.
-Connect to the meeting using your first and last name.
-Be sure to allow all connections to audio or video by Zoom.
-If you are not successful with video, be prepared to call in to one of the phone numbers listed with the Zoom meeting information listed below.
As per AOC rules, audio and video recording of the proceedings are strictly prohibited. If you would like a copy of the proceeding, you can fill out a judiciary records request form located below.
If you are not a listed party in a specific case, you must submit a request in writing for approval to appear at a virtual hearing. Please send all requests to Berkeley Court.
Defendants may continue to make payments for parking, traffic and criminal time-payment matters through the municipal court’s online payment website at NJMCdirect.com.
To contact the Berkeley Township municipal court office by telephone, please call 732-240-6661.
For updated information, visit the New Jersey Judiciary’s website at www.njcourts.gov
The Court staff is dedicated to professionalism and striving to provide quality customer service while maintaining strict judicial integrity. This court provides an understanding of an individual's needs as we provide each case with the care and understanding outlined in our core values of:
- Quality Service
March 6, 13, 20
April 3, 10, 17
May 1, 8, 15
June 5, 12, 19
July 17, 24
August 7, 14, 21
September 11, 15, 18
October 2, 10, 16
November 6, 13, 20
December 4, 12, 18
To Apply for the Public Defender
To Request Court Documents
If you are requesting court records, please fill out the Judiciary Records Request Form and forward it to: Berkeley Township Municipal Court
P.O. Box B
Bayville, NJ 08721
You may also fax to: 732-240-0984
The Court accepts citizen complaints between the hours of 8:30 am and 3:00 pm except on days when Court is in session. Please complete the forms below and contact the court to schedule a time to bring your paperwork to the violation's bureau.
Plea by Mail
In order to adhere to the Superior Court of New Jersey Ocean Vicinage policy regarding adjournments the court requires that all requests for adjournment be made in writing at least four business days prior to the scheduled court date, except in cases of a bona fide emergency. All requests should have back up documentation enclosed as appropriate. In the event of a disparity between the date/time on a summons and the date/time provided in the trial notice, then the listing set forth on the trial notice shall prevail. All requests can be faxed to the Court at (732)240-0984.
The court accepts cash/check/money orders/visa and master card. You can pay by phone, at the violation's bureau and via mail.
Traffic Violations and Criminal Complaints can be paid online:
Directions to Berkeley Township Municipal Court
From Parkway Northbound take exit 77 and at the light make a left onto Pinewald-Keswick Road, continue about 2 miles and on the left-hand side is the Police Building in which the Court is located.
From Parkway Southbound take exit 77, make a left off the exit onto Double Trouble Road. At the first (and only) light, make a right onto Pinewald-Keswick Rd. Continue about a mile and the Police Building, in which the Court is located, is the second building on the left.