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Mercer 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.

Mercer County Superior Court

Mercer County Courthouse
209 South Broad Street
Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
(609) 571-4000

Mercer County Municipal Courts

Presiding Judge: Honorable Roger T. Haley, P.J.M.C.

Mercer County Court House
209 South Broad Street, 4th Fl
Trenton, NJ 08650
Phone: (609) 571-4010
Fax: (609) 571-4024

Municipal Courts in Mercer County

  • East Windsor Municipal Court
  • Ewing TWP Municipal Court
  • Hamilton TWP Municipal Court
  • Highstown Municipal Court
  • Hopewell Boro Municipal Court
  • Lawrence TWP Municipal Court
  • Pennington Borro Municipal Court
  • Princeton Boro Municipal Court
  • Princeton TWO Municipal Court
  • Robbinsville TWP Municipal Court
  • TWP of Hopewell Municipal Court
  • Trenton Municipal Court
  • West Windsor Municipal Court
  • All other Municipal Courts in Mercer County

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