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  2. Judiciary of New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    The Municipal Courts in New Jersey are considered courts of limited jurisdiction, responsible for handling motor vehicle and parking tickets, minor criminal offenses and violations (for example, simple assault and bad checks), municipal ordinance offenses (such as dog barking or building code violations), and other offenses, such as fish and ...

  3. Traffic court - Wikipedia

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    Traffic court. Traffic court is a specialized judicial process for handling traffic ticket cases. In the United States, people who are given a citation by a police officer can plead guilty and pay the indicated fine directly to the court house, by mail, or on the Internet. A person who wishes to plead not guilty or otherwise contest the charges ...

  4. Courts of New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    New Jersey Tax Court; New Jersey Municipal Courts (including Joint Municipal Courts and the Court of the Palisades Interstate Park) Federal courts located in New Jersey. United States District Court for the District of New Jersey; Former federal courts of New Jersey. United States District Court for the District of East Jersey (1801–1802 ...

  5. Morris County Courthouse (New Jersey) - Wikipedia

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    Morris County Courthouse (New Jersey) /  40.79750°N 74.48472°W  / 40.79750; -74.48472. Morris County Courthouse is located on Washington Street between Court Street and Western Avenue in the town of Morristown in Morris County, New Jersey. The courthouse was built in 1827 [3] and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on ...

  6. Washington Township, Morris County, New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    Washington Township is a township in southwestern Morris County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. [17] As of the 2020 United States census, the township's population was 18,197, [8] [9] a decrease of 336 (−1.8%) from the 2010 census count of 18,533, [18] [19] which in turn reflected an increase of 941 (+5.3%) from the 17,592 counted in the ...

  7. Government of New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    The Municipal Courts carry out most of the day-to-day work in the New Jersey courts, where simple traffic tickets, minor criminal offenses, and small civil matters are heard. Tax Court. The Tax Court is a court of limited jurisdiction. Tax Court judges hear appeals of tax decisions made by County Boards of Taxation.

  8. Traffic ticket - Wikipedia

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    A parking ticket issued in Washington, D.C. in 2011. Checker giving a parking ticket, Seattle Washington, 1960. In the United States, most traffic laws are codified in a variety of state, county and municipal laws or ordinances, with most minor violations classified as infractions, civil charges or criminal charges. The classification of the ...

  9. NJ Transit one-way tickets will expire after 30 days ... - AOL

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    Starting on July 1, all NJ Transit one-way tickets, including both printed and digital, will have a 30-day expiration period. Tickets will remain valid for 30 days after and including the date of ...