The Municipal Court offices are currently closed. If you have any questions or concerns about a Municipal Court matter, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every defendant has the right to be represented by an attorney. If a defendant feels that he or she cannot afford an attorney, a judge may determine whether a public defender can be appointed. A defendant will need to complete a Uniform Defendant Intake, or "5A Form," which is the application for a public defender. This form asks for information that will enable the judge to determine if the defendant meets the indigency standards to qualify. If you wish to apply for a public defender, you may complete the form and mail a signed and dated form to the Court prior to your court date. There is a fee of up to $200 which the judge may reduce or eliminate for good cause. Indigency Form
The Municipal Court / Violations Bureau handles all criminal complaints, ordinance violations, and traffic tickets issued in the township. This includes complaints and tickets issued by
This office schedules cases for hearings, accepts bail, and maintains records of criminal and traffic tickets for attorneys, defendants, residents, and the general public.
- Hon. Jeffrey S. Karl, Presiding
- Hon. Charles Shimberg
- Hon. Adam Greenberg
- Steven J. Petersen, Esq., Chief Prosecutor
- Allison Weinroth, Esq.
- Cheryl Hendler Cohen, Esq.
- Alicia D. Hoffmeyer, Esq.
- Richard Josselson, Esq.
- Gregory P. DeMichele, Esq., Alternate/Conflict Public Defender
- Charles W. Wigginton, Esq., Alternate/Conflict Public Defender