Click here to review some of the things the court staff can and cannot help you with. 

 Office Hours 

  • The Violations Window is open Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    • You can also contact us via email at court@sayreville.com or by phone: Contacts

When is court in session?

  • Virtual via Zoom:
    • Please check your email (JUNK and SPAM folders included) for an email from saycourt@sayreville.com or from MACS for the zoom link and information)
    • All court sessions have different zoom links, meeting IDs and passcodes
      • 1st and 2nd Tuesday 5:00 pm for attorneys/6:00 pm for pro se
      • 1st and 2nd Thursday 10:00 am for attorneys/11:30 am for pro se
      • *If there is a 5th Tuesday or Thursday in the month it will follow the same times 
  • In-person:
    • 3rd and 4th Tuesday check-in at 4:30 pm
    • 3rd and 4th Thursday check-in at 9:30 am

Can I pay my ticket over the phone with credit/debit card?

  • We DO NOT accept payment by credit/debit card over the phone. You can make payments online via www.njmcdirect.com website (see also: Payments menu for more options on making a payment)

How can I get a copy of my court disposition?

  • You can request court records using the NJ Records Request form
  • For a certified disposition, with the raised court seal, there is a $10.00 fee per summons
    • checks/money orders made payable to Sayreville Municipal Court

Do I qualify for the services of the Public Defender?

  • In order to qualify for the services of the Public Defender, you must be facing a consequence of magnitude as outlined in the Appendix to Part VII pertaining to Rule 7:3-2 NJ Court Rules.
    • (1) Any sentence of imprisonment;
    • (2) Any period of (a) driver's license suspension, (b) suspension of the defendant's non-resident reciprocity privileges or (c) driver's license ineligibility; or
    • (3) Any monetary sanction imposed by the court of $800 or greater in the aggregate, except for any public defender application fee or any costs imposed by the court. A monetary sanction is defined as the aggregate of any type of court imposed financial obligation, including fines, restitution, penalties and/or assessments