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No, youhave to pay the ticket in the town in which you received the ticket.
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You mustappear in court on the date indicated on the summons. At that time you will be informed of yourrights in the Municipal Court. You maywish an opportunity to seek legal counsel, or you may apply for a publicdefender. In any case you will bedirected by the Municipal Court Judge as to the next step.
Anyperson who is dissatisfied with the outcome of their case, they may file anappeal to the superior court of New Jersey. 1st step is to request a transcript from Bloomfield Municipal court, check or money order made out to G & L Transcribers for $500.00, then you can either ask for an appeal packet at our violations bureau window or you may go to Municipal Court Forms on this website and print it out for yourself.
Allfines and court costs are expected to be paid the day of court. If you cannot pay them you must fill out afinancial questionnaire and you will be seen by the judge to determine youreligibility.
If youfail to comply with a Court Directive, the Municipal Court may order a benchwarrant for your arrest, suspend your driver and or registration privileges andimpose additional sanctions for your noncompliance.
Itdepends on the ticket type and who issued the ticket. If it’s a Electronic ticket (the prefix wouldbegin with an E) it’s automatically I our court system. If it’s a Bloomfield officer who issued ahandwritten ticket it will take about 4 to 7 days to be entered into oursystem. If it’s a State police officeror any other officer it can take up to 2 weeks (14 days) to be entered in toour system.
You canobtain a marriage license in the health dept. in the town which you or your partnerlive in.
We havea wedding schedule only 1 wedding per day and only on specific days andtimes. If you would like for our Judgesto marry you, you must contact this office to make an appointment.
On yourcourt day you need to ask the judge for a financial questionnaire fill out theapplication the judge will review it, and assign a public defender to you ifyou are approved.
On yournext court date.
TheEssex County Probation Dept. will assign the location. They will take into consideration where youlive and work.
Alldiscovery requests should be directed to the Bloomfield MunicipalProsecutor. You may mail it in, or faxit.
Allpoints are assessed by the NJ MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION.