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Violations Bureau/Court Office:
All municipal court sessions will now be virtual. Please contact the court office with questions regarding how to properly proceed with your matter. To pay a fine or speak to court staff in person please call or email to schedule an appointment.Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Tuesday: open late until 7:00 p.m.
Municipal Court sessions will now be conducted virtually/remotely to minimize exposure to COVID-19. Accordingly, all complainants, defendants, attorneys, victims are to contact the municipal court via email by clicking here or at (201) 837-4850 to provide your full name, e-mail address, and cell phone number within seven days of a court notice.
The public can now ask the municipal prosecutor to review their traffic matters and may be able to resolve their case without having to appear in person, under a recent change to municipal court operations in New Jersey. (Full Press Release)
If a lesser charge is accepted, the matter will be reviewed by a judge for approval. If approved, the defendant does not need to go to court.
If the prosecutor declines to offer a lesser charge, or the judge does not approve the new charge, a hearing date is scheduled for the defendant to appear remotely.
Judge Giuseppe C. Randazzo, Chief Municipal Court Judge - Judge Erika Jungblut, Municipal Court Judge
The Court handles all traffic violations which occur in Teaneck. It also hears all violations of Teaneck ordinances, and disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses. More serious offenses are initially processed by the Teaneck Municipal Court and then turned over to the Bergen County Prosecutor, in Hackensack, for further action.