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Bergen County Courts

More serious offenses, known as indictable offenses, are sent to the County Prosecutor’s Office. The County Prosecutor decides whether to present the case to the Grand Jury or to return the case to the municipal court as a less serious offense (i.e., a downgrade offense.) If you are indicted on an offense, your case will go to Superior Court.

Bergen County Superior Court

Bergen County Justice Center
10 Main Street
Hackensack. NJ 07601
Phone: (201) 527-2700

Bergen County Municipal Courts

Bergen County Justice Center
10 Main Street, Room 425
Hackensack, NJ  07601
Phone: (201) 527-2270
Fax: (201) 371-1150

Municipal Courts in Bergen County New Jersey

  • Allendale Boro Municipal Court
  • Alpine Boro Municipal Court
  • Bergenfield Municipal Court
  • Bogota Boro Municipal Court
  • Carlstadt Boro Municipal Court
  • Central Municipal Court of Bergen County
  • Cliffside Park Municipal Court
  • Closter Boro Municipal Court
  • Cresskill Boro Municipal Court
  • Demarest Boro Municipal Court
  • Dumont Boro Municipal Court
  • East Rutherford Boro Court
  • Edgewater Boro Municipal Court
  • Elmwood Park Boro Municipal Court
  • Emerson Boro Municipal Court
  • Englewood City Municipal Court
  • Englewood Cliffs Boro Court
  • Fairlawn Municipal Court
  • Fairview Boro Municipal Court
  • Fort Lee Municipal Court
  • Franklin Lakes Boro Court
  • Garfield City Municipal Court
  • Glen Rock Municipal Court
  • Hackensack Municipal Court
  • Harrington Park Boro Court
  • Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Court
  • Haworth Boro Municipal Court
  • Hillsdale Boro Municipal Court
  • Ho-Ho-Kus Boro Municipal Court
  • Leonia Municipal Court
  • Little Ferry Boro Municipal Court
  • Lodi Boro Municipal Court
  • Lyndhurst TWP Municipal Court
  • Mahwah TWP Municipal Court
  • Maywood Municipal Court
  • Midland Park Boro Municipal Court
  • Moonachie Boro Municipal Court
  • Mullica TWP Municipal Court
  • New Milford Boro Court
  • North Arlington Municipal Court
  • Northvale Boro Municipal Court
  • Norwood Boro Municipal Court
  • Oakland Boro Municipal Court
  • Old Tappan Boro Municipal Court
  • Oradell Boro Municipal Court
  • Palisades Interstate Court
  • Palisades Park Municipal Court
  • Paramus Boro Municipal Court
  • Park Ride Boro Municipal Court
  • Pascack Joint Municipal Court
  • Ramsey Boro Municipal Court
  • Ridgefield Park Village Municipal Court
  • Ridgewood Village Municipal Court
  • River Edge Municipal Court
  • River Vale TWP Municipal Court
  • Rochelle Park Municipal Court
  • Rockleigh Boro Municipal Court
  • Rutherford Municipal Court
  • Saddle Brook TWP Court
  • Saddle River Municipal Court
  • South Hackensack Municipal Court
  • Teaneck TWP Municipal Court
  • Tenafly Boro Municipal Court
  • Teterboro Boro Municipal Court
  • TWP of Washington Municipal Court
  • Upper Saddle River Municipal Court
  • Waldwick Boro Municipal Court
  • Wallington Boro Municipal Court
  • Westwood Boro Municipal Court
  • Wood-Ridge Boro Municipal Court
  • Woodcliff Lake Municipal Court
  • Wyckoff TWP Municipal Court

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