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The Asbury Park Municipal Court has jurisdiction over most criminal cases in the City. These include all Asbury Park disorderly persons offenses, petty disorderly persons offenses and local ordinances. Common disorderly persons offenses in Asbury Park include possession of marijuana (less than 50 grams), possession of drug paraphernalia, harassment, and some prostitution charges in Asbury Park. Asbury Park simple assault charges are also heard in the Municipal Court in Asbury.

The Asbury Park Court also hears all traffic tickets that are contested in the city. These include Asbury Park DWI and traffic tickets. Local ordinances include noise violations, animal and landlord tenant issues and the like.

The Asbury DWI court is located at One Municipal Plaza in Asbury Park, New Jersey 07712. Municipal Plaza is just off Route 71, on the western side of the street. You can reach the court during regular business hours at (732) 775-1765. The fax number is (732) 988-6935.

The presiding judge in Asbury Park court is the Honorable Mark T. Apostolou, J.M.C. James Butler, Esq. is the prosecutor. The Court Administrator is Patricia Green.






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