Avon Municipal Court Office
106 West Sylvania Avenue, Neptune City, N.J. 07753
Office: 732-775-1690
Fax: 732-776-7842
 
Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:30 AM until 4:30 PM
Judge:
Alfred J. D’Auria, JMC
Court Administrator:
Kelly Barrett, CMCA
Deputy Court Administrator:
Lynn Tremarco
Court Sessions:
Court sessions are held in the Neptune City Courtroom
106 West Sylvania Avenue
Neptune City, NJ 07753
1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 1:30 PM
Directions to Court Office & Courtroom
About the Municipal Court
Frequently Asked Questions
      When does my ticket have to be paid and how much is it?
      How many points are assessed for this violation?
      Do I have to appear in Court?
      What do I do if I pled “Not Guilty”?
      Do I need an Attorney?
      I need to change my court date.
      How do I request the services of the Public Defender?
      How do I sign a complaint?
Online Payment of Traffic Violations
Directions from
Garden State Parkway to Court Office
  The Avon Municipal Court Office is located in the Neptune City Municipal Building located at 106 West Sylvania Avenue in Neptune City. The Avon Municipal Court sessions are also held in the Neptune City Municipal Courtroom-106 West Sylvania Avenue.
Directions to Neptune City Courtroom
Garden State Parkway to Exit 100 B When you come off the exit you will be heading East on Route 33. Stay on Route 33 until you go under the overpass for Route 18 (do not get on Rt 18) after the overpass bear off to the Right on to West Sylvania Avenue. The Neptune City Municipal Building is about 1/2 mile down on the left hand side of the road.
Note: If Route 18 is a closer -you can take Route 18 to Route 33 East and follow the directions above.
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About the Avon Municipal Court
  The Municipal Court is a quasi-criminal court of limited jurisdiction that is under the supervision of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). The Municipal Court staff members are employees of the Borough of Avon-by-the-Sea but are governed by the rules of the court as set down by the State of NJ Supreme Court. The Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all motor vehicle and non-indictable criminal cases such as disorderly person’s offenses, Borough ordinances, S.P.C.A. violations, Fish and Game offenses and Board of Health violations. Indictable charges and Domestic violence complaints are handled in Superior Court.
 
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Frequently Asked Questions
  Please note: The back of the traffic ticket contains most of the information you need to resolve your traffic matter.
When does my ticket have to be paid and how much is it?
The ticket is payable on or before the court date listed at the bottom of your ticket. The fine for the most common violations is on the back of the ticket. For violations not listed please call the court office or log on to the Web Site www.njmcdirect.com.
How many points are assessed for this violation?
All moving violations are assessed points by the Division of Motor Vehicles – you may contact them at 609-292-6500 or you may use the web site listed above.
Do I have to appear in Court?
If the Officer who issued the ticket checked Court Appearance Required at the bottom of your ticket, you must appear in court. Only violations listed on the Statewide Violations Bureau Schedule can be paid without coming to court. If you wish to plead “Not Guilty” to a summons you must call the court seven (7) days prior to the court date to enter your “Not Guilty” plea.
What do I do if I pled “Not Guilty”?
You will receive a notice in the mail with your Court Date listed. You must come to court on that date and the Prosecutor will be available to speak with you. The Prosecutor is usually available prior to court at approximately 1:00 pm.
Do I need an Attorney?
That is a decision you will have to make. For serious charges such as DWI and criminal violations you may want to consult with an Attorney. The Court cannot recommend Attorneys. You may call the Monmouth County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service at 732-431-5544.
I need to change my court date.
You must call the court to request an adjournment. If you are requesting a change due to a previously scheduled vacation or work/school conflict, documentation must be provided. No adjournments are granted on the day of court. In the case of a medical emergency, a Doctor’s note will be required.
No adjournments will be granted for Arraignments on Indictable matters or first appearances for serious motor vehicle charges such as DWI unless we receive a letter of representation from an attorney.
How do I request the services of the Public Defender?
If you wish to request that the Public Defender be assigned to your case, you must do so in court. The judge will require that you fill out a form listing your assets and income. The judge will review your application and discuss it with you. If the judge assigns the Public Defender, he can assess a fee of up to $200. If the Public Defender is assigned to you, you will receive a notice in the mail and a Court Date. The Public Defender will meet with you in court on that date. If the Public Defender needs more time, he will request a new court date.
How do I sign a complaint?
In order to sign a complaint you must come to the court office during regular business hours. You will be asked to fill out an affidavit with the following information: Name and address of the person you wish to charge, Time and Date of the offense, Statute number and offense/charge, and a brief description of the incident.
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Online Payment of Traffic Violations
  Pay violations online at: www.njmcdirect.com
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