We are an organization dedicated to ensuring that litigants, businesses and consumers of court services are treated with respect and dignity throughout our system.
At the New Jersey Judiciary, access and fairness are more than just words. Access and fairness are what we do every day.
Our jobs are to make sure each person who enters a courthouse or a Judiciary office throughout our state is treated fairly and given an opportunity to be heard.
We need your help in assessing how well we’re doing in this endeavor.
Please complete a survey to tell us about your experience in the New Jersey courts.
The survey will be distributed from Oct. 7 through Oct.11 to people visiting the Superior Courts that week.
The survey is anonymous. You will not be asked for your name or other identifying information.
You can take the survey at any Superior Court courthouse and many probation services buildings in the state. You also can complete the survey if you are at the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton visiting the Superior Court Clerk’s Office or sitting on a grand jury.
We plan to post the survey results at njcourts.com next year.
The survey will be available in English, Spanish, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Korean, Polish, Hindi, Guajarati and Portuguese. An American Sign Language interpreter video will also be available in every court building for deaf and hard of hearing court users.
If you visit one of our court buildings between Oct. 7 and Oct. 11, please complete the survey, and tell us how we’re doing.
Visit Ensuring an Open Door to Justice at njcourts.com to learn more about how the Judiciary provides access and fairness in the courts.