During regular business hours, bail may be posted at the violations bureau. After hours, bail may be posted with any police department in the State of New Jersey. Once bail is posted, you will receive a court date.
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The Division of Motor Vehicles assesses points on some motor vehicle offenses (usually moving violations). For further information call 609-292-7500.
Only your insurance company can answer that question.
If the violation is listed on the violations bureau schedule as payable, and the officer has not checked "court appearance required" and there has not been an accident, the ticket may be paid through the mail or at the Violations Bureau window.
Every person has the right to make his own defense without an attorney, but if you are in doubt as to how to proceed, it is recommended that you consult an attorney.
No. Court staff is not permitted to recommend an attorney or give you advice. You may call the Middlesex County Lawyer Referral Service at 732-828-0053.
The Judge will review your finances and if you qualify, will assign the Public Defender to represent you. There is an application fee of not more than $200 for this service.