MILFORD BOROUGH MUNICIPAL COURT
The court is located at KINGWOOD TWP. MUNICIPAL BUILDING
599 Oak Grove Road, Frenchtown, NJ 08825 (click for directions)
JUDGE FRANCESCO TADDEO
Nancy Horvath - Court Administrator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Wozniak – Violations Clerk
Jamie Moscagiuri – Municipal Prosecutor - Email
Anthony Rotunno – Public Defender
Office Hours Tuesdays 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Thursdays – 3rd Thursday of the month starting at 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (By appointment upon request)
Kingwood/Milford Borough Municipal Court Sessions are still being held virtually. However, in certain circumstances, an in-person appearance is granted by request.
Court sessions are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month.
MICROSOFT TEAMS - VIRTUAL PLATFORM
If you do not have access to a phone, please notify the court, and arrangements can be made for you to use a laptop in the court lobby.
FOR ALL VIRTUAL COURT SESSIONS, PLEASE WATCH THE FOLLOWING NEW JERSEY MUNICIPAL COURT APPROVED OPENING STATEMENT VIDEO, WHICH YOU ARE REQUIRED TO LISTEN TO BEFORE YOUR VIRTUAL COURT APPEARANCE.
Municipal Court Opening Statement
Tips For A Virtual Court Hearing
How do I pay my ticket/complaint or current payment plan?
You can also mail a check or money order to the court or drop your payment off in the Municipal Court drop box located right outside the Kingwood Township Court Office.
I have a minor motor vehicle violation, and I’d like to plead not guilty and speak to the Municipal Prosecutor.
Simply log on to njmcdirect.com, enter your ticket information, and click "Dispute this Case" to proceed. However, if your violation is not listed, please email the court for further assistance to be scheduled for a virtual court session.
I’d like a certified disposition of a case that was held in this court.
Go to njcourts.gov and click on the “Self-help Center.” Follow the instructions.
Kingwood Court's code: 1016, and
Milford Court's code: 1030.
I’d like to file a private citizen complaint.
Email email@example.com and request the paperwork to file a complaint. Take note that you will need the person’s full address and the statute or ordinance you’d like to charge them with.
Once you complete that form, it will be reviewed by the Judge to determine probable cause to issue a formal complaint. You will be notified of that decision by email or regular mail.
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission