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City State Zip Court Name Address URL Phone
Camden NJ 08102-1155 New Jersey Federal Public Defender 800-840 Cooper Street, Suite 350 Camden NJ 08102-1155 fpdnj.org 856-757-5341
Camden NJ 08102-1570 Third Circuit Librarian Mitchell H. Cohen United States Courthouse 400 Cooper Street, 2nd Floor Camden NJ 08102-1570 ca3.uscourts.gov 856-968-4859
Camden NJ 8101 New Jersey Bankruptcy Court United States Post Office and Courthouse 401 Market Street, 2nd Floor Camden NJ 08101 njb.uscourts.gov 856-361-2300
Camden NJ 08102-1570 New Jersey District Court Mitchell H. Cohen United States Courthouse 400 Cooper Street, Room 1050 Camden NJ 08102-1570 njd.uscourts.gov 856-757-5021
Camden NJ 8101 New Jersey Probation Office United States Post Office and Courthouse 401 Market Street, 1st Floor Camden NJ 08101 njp.uscourts.gov 856-757-5043
Camden NJ 8101 New Jersey Pretrial Services United States Post Office and Courthouse 401 Market Street, 1st Floor Camden NJ 08101 njpt.uscourts.gov 856-757-5107
Linwood NJ 8221 New Jersey Probation Office Cornerstone Commerce Center 1201 New Road, Room 212 Linwood NJ 08221 njp.uscourts.gov 609-867-7110
Newark NJ 7102 New Jersey Pretrial Services Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse 50 Walnut Street, Room 1018 Newark NJ 07102 njpt.uscourts.gov 973-645-2230
Newark NJ 7102 Third Circuit Librarian Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse 50 Walnut Street, 5th Floor Newark NJ 07102 ca3.uscourts.gov 973-645-3034
Newark NJ 7102 New Jersey Probation Office Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse 50 Walnut Street, Room 1001 Newark NJ 07102 njp.uscourts.gov 973-645-4240
Newark NJ 7102 New Jersey District Court Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse 50 Walnut Street, Room 4015 Newark NJ 07102 njd.uscourts.gov 973-645-3730
Newark NJ 7102 New Jersey Bankruptcy Court Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse 50 Walnut Street, Room 3017 Newark NJ 07102 njb.uscourts.gov 973-645-4764
Newark NJ 7102 New Jersey Federal Public Defender 1002 Broad Street, 1st Floor Newark NJ 07102 fpdnj.org 973-645-6347
Paterson NJ 7505 New Jersey Probation Office Robert A. Roe Federal Building 200 Federal Plaza, Room 130A Paterson NJ 07505 njp.uscourts.gov 973-357-4080
Tinton Falls NJ 7724 New Jersey Probation Office 766 Shrewsbury Avenue, 1st Floor Tinton Falls NJ 07724 njp.uscourts.gov 732-933-9412
Trenton NJ 08609-1212 New Jersey Federal Public Defender 22 South Clinton Avenue, Station Plaza #4 Trenton NJ 08609-1212 fpdnj.org 609-989-2160
Trenton NJ 08608-1507 New Jersey Pretrial Services Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building and United States Courthouse 402 East State Street, Room 100 Trenton NJ 08608-1507 njpt.uscourts.gov 609-989-2056
Trenton NJ 08608-1507 New Jersey Probation Office Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building and United States Courthouse 402 East State Street, Room 109 Trenton NJ 08608-1507 njp.uscourts.gov 609-989-2071
Trenton NJ 08608-1507 New Jersey Bankruptcy Court Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building and United States Courthouse 402 East State Street, 1st Floor Trenton NJ 08608-1507 njb.uscourts.gov 609-858-9333
Trenton NJ 08608-1507 Third Circuit Librarian Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building and United States Courthouse 402 East State Street, Room 301 Trenton NJ 08608-1507 ca3.uscourts.gov 609-989-2345
Trenton NJ 08608-1507 New Jersey District Court Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building and United States Courthouse 402 East State Street, Room 2020 Trenton NJ 08608-1507 njd.uscourts.gov 609-989-2065

New Jersey Federal Courts – Locations, Hours, Phone Numbers

The U.S. justice system allows for two types of courts for dispute resolution, and these are the federal and state courts. Federal courts are created by Congress and are used to deal with disputes relating to the Constitution. The difference between the two courts is in the jurisdiction or the types of cases that the courts are allowed to hear. The New Jersey Federal Courts  are the courts that hear federal cases in the state of NJ. Learning about the functions that the federal court of New Jersey is responsible for is vital if civilians are to get the most out of it.

New Jersey Federal Courts Functions

New Jersey Federal courts have limited jurisdiction compared to state courts. The limited jurisdiction of federal courts was drawn to ensure that the system does not jeopardize the freedom of the state courts or the people. One type of court cases that a federal court such as the one in NJ is entitled to hear is one involving the U.S. Federal courts have a mandate to hear arguments regarding the violation of federal laws of the Constitution. A majority of criminal cases usually involve the violation of state laws. Only a crime that is classified as so under the federal legislation can be prosecuted in a federal court. For instance, robbery is a crime under state laws, but some robbery crimes are under federal laws such as robbing a bank with federal agency insurance. Crimes such as using the U.S mail to defraud people or crossing state lines with illegal drugs all fall under federal laws. Such cases are heard in a federal court. Other cases that fall under the mandate of the federal court include patent, bankruptcy, maritime, and copyright. A federal court also has the power to hear cases involving residents of different states under the diversity of citizenship category.

New Jersey Federal Courts Available Information

Modern day courts make it easier for individuals to obtain relevant information through online services such as is the case with the New Jersey Federal Courts. The District Court of New Jersey provides all the necessary forms on its website whether national or local, meaning that individuals don’t have to access the courts physically to start various procedures. The court also offers information on the services available including arbitration, court reporting, mediation, community outreach, pro bono, and interpreter services. There are guidelines on the court website for individuals filing cases without legal representation. Features such as the motion days, notice of appeal, clerk court hours, court fees, local rules, and standing orders are all readily available online.
New Jersey Federal Courts
New Jersey Federal Courts

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