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Pompton Lakes Municipal Court

Phone (973)616-5908; (973) 835-0143 ext. 0006
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Mailing Address Pompton Lakes Municipal Court
25 Lenox Ave, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442
Street Address 25 Lenox Ave, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442
Fax (973)835-0000
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Karen Black manages the processes in this venue. Matthew Caviliere is the public defender.
About the area
This borough of 10,000 people has many attractions. The famous Triangle Park is home to the USS Maine Memorial which showcases the USS Maine battleship. Other fun places to visit are the Joe Louis Memorial Park (named after the famous boxed Joe Louis) and the 400 year-old 'Pompton Furnace' which was supposedly supplied to the Continental Army. This Borough has a pleasant downtown community flooded with neat little shopping centers and stores.
Hours of Operation Session Hours are on Tuesdays. Violations Bureau Hours : T,W,Th
Hon. Frank Santora
Joseph Turula
Type Of Cases Speeding tickets from I-287. Maybe some lake-related misbehavior as well.
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Old Comments about Pompton Lakes Municipal Court (hide)

May 05 2011 01:34:26: The judge is not impartial, to say the least. I requested a trial and was not represented by the lawyer. He setup my trial very late in the day and was constantly reminding everyone that the time is running out. He let prosecution to get away with pretty much everything, denied admittance of defense evidence on ridiculous pretexts (radar manual is irrelevant to the radar speeding ticket case? really?), acted as a prosecutor himself by questioning the witness, constantly made general comments on my lack of legal training, and was visibly upset that I am wasting his time instead of just pleading guilty like everyone else. Bottom line: unless you are determined to fight the system and file the appeal - accept a plea bargain. Trials here is just a waste of time.