Address: Municipal Building
401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick Township, NJ 08723
Phone: (732) 262-1232
Office Hours: M-F: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Court is held through the week except Mondays and Fridays.
The Judge in Brick court is the Hon. Brant Collins. Brick is a heavy volume court. A ton of speeding and traffic tickets for violations such as tailgating are issued in Brick on the Garden State Parkway and Route 70. Violations such as careless driving, failure to maintain a lane and passing a school bus are also issued in Brick. Lots of DWI, criminal and disorderly persons arrests are also made by Brick and New Jersey State Police.
Brick Township is located in northeastern Ocean County, New Jersey and is typically referred to by locals as Bricktown or Brick. About 80,000 people live in Brick. After Toms River, Brick has the second largest number of residents of any Ocean County town. Most of Brick is on the New Jersey mainland, but three beaches are located on Barnegat Bay.
Brick Township officially formed on February 15, 1850 from sections of both Dover Township and Howell Township. Point Pleasant Beach, Bay Head and Lakewood Mantoloking and Point Pleasant later broke away from Brick to form their own townships.
While once boasting the honor as “New Jersey’s Safest City.” The township is still a great place to live, but was recently cited in a New Jersey State Police Report as hosting a growing gang presence that has seemed to spill over from Lakewood. Speak with an experienced defense lawyer before going to Brick Court.