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To file any complaint with the Washington Township Municipal Court the event that prompted the complaint must have occurred within Washington Township. If the event that prompted the complaint occurred outside Washington Township, the complaint must be filed with the court having jurisdiction at that location.

Complaints involving an act of Domestic Violence can be reported to the Police Department 24 hours a day.

The Municipal Court is not allowed to inquire about, or provide any information regarding the person you are filing the complaint against. That information may be obtained from the Division of Motor Vehicles.

The Court is not allowed to provide any legal advice. If you are unsure about what type of complaint, or what offense you want to charge the person with, it is prudent to consult with an attorney before proceeding.

To file any complaint with the Municipal Court, you must submit a completed Affidavit (PDF).

An Affidavit is a sworn statement of fact. The Affidavit describes the event in a factual manner. The Affidavit is used to determine Probable Cause.

Probable Cause are the facts that would lead a person of reasonable caution to believe that an offense has been committed and that the person being accused committed the offense.

The procedure for filing both traffic and criminal complaints are similar, but have specific differences.



Municipal Court Info

43 Schooley's Mountain Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853

Phone: 908-876-3852
Fax: 908-876-0058

Business Hours for the Municipal Court:

Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

June – August Hours
Monday to Thursday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM*

Court Hours are extended one Monday a month and shortened the following Friday.
*See the Schedule for more information.