Haddonfield New Jersey 08033


Haddonfield New Jersey 08033

Municipal Court

General Information

Location: Borough of Audubon Municipal Bldg.
606 W. Nicholson Road
Audubon, NJ 08106
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Judge: Daniel Bernardin
Court Administrator:   Jean Phillips, CMCA
Phone: 856-547-0712
Fax: 856-310-0825

Municipal Court is held every Monday at 9:00 a.m., except Federal holidays.


Why is the Haddonfield Court in Audubon?
In 2010 both the Borough of Haddonfield and the Borough of Audubon authorized the signing of a three (3) year Shared Court Services Agreement. It is expected that this agreement will save the Borough of Haddonfield an estimated $60,000 per year.

Why is there a court date on my ticket? Every ticket has a court date. If your ticket is a payable violation, the payment is due on or before this date.

How can I find out the cost of my ticket? The penalties for the most common offenses are listed on the reverse side of the ticket. If you do not see your offense listed, you may call the court or access your ticket information via the internet. The Judiciary's website is www.njmcdirect.com. Our phone number is 856-547-0712. These are listed on the reverse side of the ticket.

How many points will I receive for this ticket? Points are assessed by the Motor Vehicle Commission. You can access the Point System through their website @ www.njmvc.gov; through the Judiciary website www.njmcdirect.com or you may call Motor Vehicles at 609-292-6500.

Why am I being charged a late fee? If you have not paid your ticket or scheduled a court appearance, you are subject to additional penalties being assessed once your court date has passed.

I just want to pay my ticket, what should I do? You have several options. You can submit payment in person during normal business hours; via the mail or via the Judiciary website. This information is listed on the reverse side of your ticket.

Do you take credit card? Yes, this court accepts cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard and debit card.

If I cannot afford an attorney, how do I apply for the Municipal Public Defender? You must appear before the Municipal Court Judge. If the Judge determines you are facing consequences of magnitude, you will be instructed to complete a form. There will be a fee to apply for the services of the Municipal Public Defender. The Municipal Court Judge will then determine if you are to receive the services of the Municipal Public Defender.

September 7, 2010 Municipal Court Shared Services Information

1. Haddonfield Considers Shared Court Arrangement with Audubon

2. Boroughs of Haddonfield, Haddon Heights and Audubon On Shared Services within the Municipal Courts Final Report from Jersey Professional Services with Addendum from Haddonfield

3. Audubon Shared Court Proposal

4. Haddon Heights Shared Court Proposal

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