The New Jersey Judiciary is committed to ensuring equal access to our courts and fairness in our procedures. Click here to learn more about the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Access and Fairness.
The next Supreme Court Webcasts are scheduled for Sept. 26, 2016 and Sept. 27, 2016 beginning at 10 a.m.
View the 2016-2017 Oral Argument schedule here.
For Webcast on the Go archives. Click here.
Insights: Hispanic Heritage Month 2016. Click here to watch
Criminal Justice Reform Rule Amendments: The Supreme Court by order dated August 30, 2016 has adopted a package Criminal Justice Reform-related rule amendments – amending various Part III and Part VII Rules – to be effective January 1, 2017. Click to read the Court’s Omnibus2 Rule Amendment Order.
The Supreme Court has extended the comment period on the report of the Working Group on the Indiscriminate Shackling of Juveniles in Court. The comment period as extended now runs through September 30, 2016. Click to read the extension notice. Click to read the original notice and the report.
The Supreme Court requests comments on the proposed new and revised forms relating to guardianship of incapacitated adults. The comment period runs through September 30, 2016. Click to read the extension notice. Click to read the original notice and appended forms.
Union Vicinage: Due to flooding in the Albender Building located at 1143 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, the Civil Division Arbitration and Mediation Unit has moved to the main courthouse at 2 Broad Street. Those appearing for all hearings, including foreclosure mediation, are asked to report to the 1st floor Rotunda, Room 107. For all inquiries, please call 908-659-3270 or fax 908-659-3273.
In addition, all Probation Division Child Support Enforcement Hearings heard on Tuesdays and Wednesdays will be heard in the main courthouse at 2 Broad Street, Room 202 in the Rotunda. For all inquiries please call 877-655-4371. The dates of the hearings are as follows: September 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 and 28.
Criminal Justice Reform: The Judiciary and its criminal justice reform partners are making major strides in reforming the criminal justice system to ensure fairness and protect communities.
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Criminal Justice Reform: Judge Glenn A. Grant