THE SHARED COURT OF MENDHAM TOWNSHIP, CHESTER TOWNSHIP AND CHESTER BOROUGH
Mendham Township has relocated the court to Chester Township Municipal Court.
1 Parker Rd, Chester, NJ 07930
Phone: (908) 879-5100 ext. 816
For directions click here.
We are an independent branch of goverment 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 of this State.
Statement of Core Values:
Required to accomplish our mission are four paramount values representing the core of what we stand for as an organization:
- Quality Service
Certified Court Administrator: Ingrid O'Connor email@example.com
For information about the Chester Township Court click here.
**MVC Points schedule, restoration, and other MVC issues** https://www.state.nj.us/mvc/license/suspension.htm
Effective Chester Township will be hosting the Mendham Township Court at the Chester Township Municipal Building. Court office hours will be from Monday through .
Court will be held the first and third of every month, beginning with Mendham Township’s Court at 4 Chester Township’s Court will follow at
If you need the service of an interpreter, please notify the municipal court administrator prior to your court appearance. Please advise the municipal court office in advance if you require an ADA accommodation.
Municipal Court Judge: Glenn T. Gavan
Municipal Prosecutor: Brian Mason
Court Administrator: Ingrid O’Connor
Public Defender: Anthony Arbore
FORMS & DOCUMENTS
Form of payment accepted in Court: checks, cash, money order. Traffic matters can be paid online at njmcdirect.com
Expedited Expungement Information:
If you are charged with a disorderly persons offense, petty disorderly persons offense, or a municipal ordinance violations, and those charges are either dismissed, you are acquitted, or your case is discharged without a conviction or finding of guilt, you may be eligible for an expedited expungement pursuant to N.J.S.A. 2C:52-6. For more information and to determine if you are eligible, you may inquire with the municipal court at the time of disposition.
The Community Dispute Resolution Committee (CDRC) provides a means in which minor disputes at the municipal level can be resolved without having to go to Court. Disputing parties appear before a trained mediator who works with the parties to develop a solution to the problem. The Court will refer appropriate cases to mediation.