Municipal Court

The Township of Morris Municipal Court is a legislatively empowered court of limited jurisdiction deriving its judicial powers from the state constitution and administered under the authority of the New Jersey State Supreme Court.

The Municipal Court meets for four sessions each month.

  • Disorderly Persons / Petty Disorderly Persons Offense (DP/DPD Offenses)
  • Division of Fish and Wildlife Violations
  • Forest and Park Violations
  • Motor Vehicle / Traffic and Parking Violations
  • Violations of Municipal Ordinances
  • Violations of Penalty Enforcement Act
  • Weights and Measures Violations
  • Any other proceedings where jurisdictions is granted by statute
Payment for violations can be made by check, cash, credit card, or money order. Some violations can be paid with a credit card online, Court Code 1422.

The mission of the Municipal Court is to provide for independent, fair, and impartial administration of justice in a timely and efficient manner.