The Municipal Court is open to the public. Court sessions will remain virtual until further notice.
If you received a court notice you are scheduled for virtual court and are required to appear for the session at your scheduled time. You will be able to privately speak with the Prosecutor during the court session.
Click here for court session information:
What to do after your court appearance:
You will be mailed documentation with information regarding how to pay. If you are unable to pay on the schedule set by the court, please call when you receive the documentation to make different arrangements.
Online: Go to njmcdirect.com; enter your ticket/complaint/summons information.
Send a payment by mail, including your summons number on your check or money order. DO NOT SEND CASH. Mail to:
Toms River Municipal Court
255 Oak Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753
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 request form which can be found at New Jersey Courts on line.
There are multiple ways of joining a virtual court session, each with different requirements:
PC/Mac Laptop or desktop - will require a browser which will run Zoom Meeting as needed. A Microphone and video camera are required.
Smart Phone - install the Zoom Cloud Meetings app and allow access to your camera and microphone.
Call in - You can dial into the proceeding and appear by phone. Dialing *9 during the conference call will raise your hand if you are called for attendance. *6 will mute and unmute your microphone so the Judge can hear your response
Keys to a successful Zoom virtual Court Appearance:
Set up in a closed room with no noise or other people.
Connect to the meeting using your legal first and last name on the display so the court staff know you are ready with your case.
Be sure to allow any connections to audio or video by "Zoom"
If you are not successful with video call the phone number listed with the link (red box) to be able to have a audio hearing.
Be sure not to connect through bluetooth to speakers or vehicles.
The following actions are temporarily disabled as part of the court functions:
Delinquent Time Payment Notices;
Proposed Suspension Notices;
Final Collection Notices
No cases will go to close out (Suspension) to DMV;
No FTA will be reported to DMV
Toms River Township Municipal Court is the 7th largest municipal court in the State of New Jersey. The mission of court is to efficiently and expeditiously adjudicate all cases filed within our jurisdiction while providing exemplary customer service. Our goal is to effectively, fairly and efficiently provide service to this community.
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 law of the United States and this State.
Sessions Presided Over
The Honorable James J. Gluck, Chief Judge and the Honorable Damian G. Murray preside over the Toms River Township Municipal Court. Court sessions are on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. The court processed over 23,000 filings last year. This would includes driving while intoxicated cases and other traffic offenses as well as criminal cases including local ordinances.
The Toms River Municipal Court also provides Citizen Dispute Resolution Sessions wherein services are provided by trained volunteer mediators. Mediation sessions are held every Monday afternoon. Many citizen matters are successfully resolved without the necessity of a trial.
Court Session Schedule
|Mondays||9:00am, 10:00am, 12:30pm, 2:00pm|
|1st, 2nd, and 3rd Wednesday of the month||9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm|
|2nd Thursday of the month||9:00am, 1:00pm|
|1st Friday of the month||9:00am, 1:00pm (Trial Sessions)|