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Municipal Court

We are located at:
Municipal Building - First Floor
90 Monmouth Street
Red Bank, NJ 07701
We can be reached at:
Telephone: (732) 530-2716
Fax: (732) 530-7186
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Court Sessions:
Thursday: 8:30AM


Name Title
Hon. William Himelman Judge
Cathleen Gerber Court Administrator
Susan Milnes Deputy Court Administrator
Ellen Ciok Deputy Court Administrator


Your day in Court…what to expect
  1. Prior to entering the courtroom please turn off or silence your phone or pager.
  2. When you get to court, check in with the Prosecutor.
  3. Listen to instructions from court staff and from the Judge.
  4. Once court has started please remain quiet until it is your time to speak and all proceedings are recorded.
  5. The judge will give an opening statement explaining court procedures.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Be prepared to give the court staff member your driver’s license number so that they may assist you.

The court staff cannot offer advice. Depending on the offense, the Judge will advise you.

A plea agreement is a way to settle a case without a trial. Plea agreements are negotiated with the Prosecutor and the involved Police Officer. All plea agreements must be approved by the Judge.