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Hudson 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.

County Superior Court

Hudson County Administration Building
595 Newark Avenue
JerseyCity, NJ 07306
Phone: (201) 795-6000

Hudson County Municipal Courts

Hudson County Administrative Bldg
595 Newark Avenue, Rm 403
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Phone: (201) 795-6674
Fax: (201) 216-0327

Municipal Courts in Hudson County

  • Bayonne City Municipal Court
  • Guttenberg Municipal Court
  • Harrison Municipal Court
  • Hoboken City Municipal Court
  • Hudson County District Court
  • Jersey City Municipal Court
  • Kearny Municipal Court
  • North Bergen Municipal Court
  • Secaucus Town Municipal Court
  • Union City Municipal Court
  • Weehawken TWP Municipal Court
  • West New York Municipal Court

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