599 Pennsylvania Ave.
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|Judge||Honorable Stacey D. Kerr|
Court Meets the first Wednesday of the month at 3:00 PM
Fines can be paid in cash, checks, or money orders.
You may also mail payments to:
Pine Beach Municipal Court
PO Box 425
Pine Beach NJ 08741
The Pine Beach Municipal Court is no different than any other Municipal Court in the State of New Jersey, in that we handle traffic, quasi-criminal, disorderly and petty disorderly cases. Charges of greater magnitude are directed to the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office and the Superior Court.
The majority of quasi-criminal cases will involve an appearance in court. Motor Vehicle Summonses that do not require a court appearance may be paid at the Pine Beach Court Administrator’s Office or at the NJMCdirect website.
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Virtual Court Procedures
All defendants are to listen to the Judge's opening remarks before their
(opening remarks located below)
YouTube Opening Statements in other available languages:
Please follow the provided Zoom link to join the virtual court session. Upon entry you will be asked to state your legal name, at this time the host will place you into a break out room where you will be given the opportunity to speak with the court prosecutor.
12/1/2021 session: https://zoom.us/j/95721528388?pwd=WTJQMTlpaEtyS0VDRXhWUHRrMXcwdz09
Keys to a successfull Zoom Virtual Court Appearance:
-Set up in a closed room with no other noise or people.
In order to adhere to the Superior Court of New Jersey Ocean Vicinage policy regarding adjournments the court requires that all requests for adjournment be made in writing at least four business days prior to the scheduled court date, except in cases of a bona fide emergency. All requests should have back up documentation enclosed as appropriate. In the event of a disparity between the date/time on a summons and the date/time provided in the trial notice, then the listing set forth on the trial notice shall prevail. All requests can be faxed to the Court at (732)240-0984.
Payments arrangements made at the conclusion of an appearance in court may also be paid at the court office or at the NJDIRECT website. This site offers the user a direct link to the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) which will enable the user to pay MVC fees and surcharges directly, and allows them to also re-establish driving privileges that may have been suspended. Additionally NJMCDIRECT offers the user the capability to run a state-wide check by license plate number to see if they have any outstanding summonses in any Municipal Court in the State of New Jersey.
Please make sure that you take the time to read the front and back of your Motor Vehicle Summons or complaint so that you are aware of what is required of you as a defendant. Should you receive a Motor Vehicle Summons or a Quasi Criminal Complaint, you may contact the Municipal Court at 732-349-6453 with specific questions.
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