Municipal Court - Shared Courts of the Twp. of Parsippany-Troy Hills, Town of Boonton, and Borough of Rockaway
Municipal court session for Parsippany and Rockaway borough is open Thursday, February 4.
Municipal court sessions resume remotely.
Update 12/16/20: During the COVID-19 pandemic, please note that in persons sessions will be contingent upon the opening of the building to the public, addressing the safety concerns of court users and for specific matters where the matter couldn’t be adjudicated remotely. With the use of technology, certain cases may be able to be heard and adjudicated remotely. It is advised that you contact the court to inquire about setting up a video court proceeding and provide your telephone and email address. More information can be found here.
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 laws of the United States and this State.
Required to accomplish our mission are four paramount values representing the core of what we stand for as an organization:
- Quality Service
Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills
The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills Municipal Court is a shared court with the Rockaway Borough Court. All transactions are now handled by Parsippany, 3333 Route 46E, Parsippany
Chief Judge: Honorable Anthony Frese
Municipal Judge: Honorable Gerald P. Scala
Chief Prosecutor: Lisa Thompson
Prosecutor: Monica Madin
Chief Public Defender: Gerald Kelly
Public Defender: John P. Velez
Town of Boonton
The Town of Boonton is a shared court with the Parsippany Municipal Court. All transactions are now handled by Parsippany, 3333 Route 46E, Parsippany.
Judge: Honorable Andrew Wubbenhorst
Prosecutor: Chris M. DiLorenzo
Municipal court is considered a court of limited jurisdiction. The court handles:
- All other proceedings in which jurisdiction is granted by statue
- Boating infractions
- Complementary methods of dispute resolution
- Disorderly persons offenses
- Fish and game
- Motor vehicle and traffic violations
- Other non-indictable offenses not within exclusive control of Superior Court
- Penalty enforcement
- Violations of municipal ordinances
- If you make a payment in person, fines may be paid in cash, money order, check or credit card.
- Payment by mail may be made by money order or check, made payable to the court of jurisdiction. Payment address is 3339 US Highway 46, Parsippany, NJ 07054.
- Most fines and penalties can be made online at www.njmcdirect.com
Deputy Court Administrator, Alexandra Blum, CMCA, DCA
Please advise the municipal court office in advance if you require an ADA accommodation.
If you need the service of an interpreter, please notify the municipal court prior to your court appearance.
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.
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 resolution being decided by the participants. The court will refer appropriate cases to mediation.