Chester Township
1 Parker Road
Chester, New Jersey 07930
908-879-5100

Municipal Court Judge: Gary F. Troxell

Municipal Prosecutor: Brian Mason
Certified Court Administrator: Susan Travis
Deputy Court Administrator: Ingrid O’Connor
Public Defender: Anthony Arbore
Address: 1 Parker Road Chester, NJ 07930
Phone: (908) 879-5100 ext. 816
Fax: 908-879-1837
Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, except Holidays
Court Sessions: Court will be held the first and third Thursday of every month, beginning with Mendham Township’s Court at 4:00 p.m.  Chester Township’s Court will follow at 6:00 p.m.

The agreement between Mendham and Chester Townships to share this service will allow for a more efficient use of staff and facilities, and will provide cost savings to both municipalities.

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.

FORMS & DOCUMENTS

Welcome to the NJ Courts Information Packet: English ~ Spanish

How to File an Appeal:  English Spanish

New Jersey Records Request Forms

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.

NJ Expungement Information Forms

Mediation

Mediation is a confidential, structured, non-adversarial process that allows a neutral third party to assist disputing parties in reaching a mutually acceptable solution. The mediation process can be a less expense, informal, and more meaningful alternative than the traditional trial process. This is because of the efforts of trained volunteers and the resolution being decided by the participants. The court will refer appropriate cases to mediation.

Criminal Complaints

Criminal complaints may be signed by citizens. Please call the Court Administrator if you intend to file a complaint. You will be given instructions on how to proceed. Be prepared to complete a sworn affidavit stating all of the facts pertinent to your case. The Court Administrator or the Judge will determine probable cause.

PLEASE CALL THE COURT WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENSES OR CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS.


Links

Municipal Court Online
Check on the status of your ticket, pay your fine, or pay your time-payment online


Forms