North Brunswick Police are very active in issuing tickets for speeding, improper passing, tailgating and other traffic violations. The North Brunswick Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all traffic tickets, including DWI (DUI) as well as disorderly persons and petty disorderly persons offenses. The majority of traffic tickets, DWI and drug arrests occur on Route 1, Route 130, Route 26, Route 27, and Route 91.
Address: North Brunswick Municipal Court
710 Hermann Road, North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Phone Number: (732) 247-0922
The judges in North Brunswick are the Honorable Ronald Wright, J.M.C. and the Honorable Christine Heitmann, J.M.C. The prosecutor is David Lonski, Esq. and Lorraine Neilsen, Esq.
North Brunswick first organized as an informal town in 1779. Officially, North Brunswick Township was formed about 20 years later in 1798. The town was one of the State’s original 104 townships. Parts of North Brunswick later left to form East Brunswick Township and also Milltown. Both those towns have their own local governments, police forces and municipal courts now as well.
Sections of present-day North Brunswick Township include: Berdines Corner, Adams, Black Horse, Red Lion, and Maple Meade. Hot political issues in the town include the challenges of what is known as suburban sprawl and open space preservation. There have been talks recently of developing a New Jersey Transit commuter railroad station in North Brunswick, which would stop along the Northeast Corridor Line.