Salem County Superior Court
Hon. David Krell heads the Superior Court for Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties.
ABOUT THE AREA
Often referred to as the 'Garden Spot of the Garden State', Salem County has River Salem flowing through it. With a population of 65000, it has the lowest population per sq mile and the lowest density per sq mile in the state of NJ. Salem City Municipal Court and Salem County Superior Court are both located on 92 Market Street. Be it the historic 800-pound Cannon in Upper Pittsgrove, or the spectacular suspension bridge across the Delaware River, the County has something to offer for everyone.
Hon. Walter Marshall, Jr. is the Presiding Judge of the Criminal Divison in Salem County with a total of 6 judges in that division!
The Salem County Prosecutor is John Lenahan. His office is at this address - The Fenwick Building, 87 Market Street, Salem, NJ 08079. Mr. Lenahan can be contacted at (856)-935-7510 x 8333 (http://www.salemcountyprosecutor.org)
TYPE OF CASES
The Criminal Team is the busiest team, handling the more serious offenses above the municipal courts. Other divisions include Family Division, Civil Division and Finance Division.