The Tewksbury, NJ Municipal Court is located at 60 Water Street in the Mountainville section of the Township. Court is held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Tewksbury, NJ is a bucolic township located at the northeastern corner of Hunterdon County. Many consider the town to be an extension of the Somerset Hills area. In fact, many years ago Tewksbury was part of Somerset County before it ceded to Hunterdon County. The township is comprised of the Tewksbury, Oldwick, Pottersville, Mountainville, Hell Mountain, Dinnerpot, and Vernoy sections.
The Hon. Edward R. Martin, J.M.C. is the Tewksbury Municipal Court judge. Robert A. Ballard, Jr., Esq. is the Tewksbury town prosecutor. Court sessions are the first monthly Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Tewksbury, NJ DWI matters are usually handled by the local Tewksbury Police Department. The New Jersey State Police also patrol a small section of Route 78 that runs through Tewksbury. Route 517 is the local county road that may also see some Tewksbury, NJ DUI arrests.
Besides NJ driving while intoxicated matters, the Tewksbury Court also hears speeding tickets, reckless driving, passing a school bus, driving while suspended, drugs possession, and domestic violence/simple assault cases.
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