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Riverside Municipal Court

1 W. Scott St.
856-461-8820 extension 2

Press extension 122 to speak to Court Administrator

Press extension 123 to speak to Deputy Court Administrator

Sherryl Allen, Court Administrator

Dennis P. McInerney, Judge
Jeff Snow, Public Defender
Greg Perr, Prosecutor

Hours: Monday – Friday 9 :00 am – 3:00 pm
Court Sessions: First Three Tuesdays of Each Month – Zoom Instructions can be found here:

Zoom Instructions for TWP Court

Municipal Court Dispute Resolution Program
This program uses trained volunteers from the community to mediate disputes. Mediation is often the preferred option for cases involving people with ongoing relationships like neighbors, friends, relatives, co-workers and others. Mediation is available to every Burlington County resident.

Mediation is a structured and confidential form of negotiation, which allows people to meet and try to resolve their dispute. Unlike court cases, in mediation, you have control over the outcome and take an active role in the mediation process.

Once all parties in the dispute have reached an agreement, the mediator will write up an official version and present it to a judge for review. The agreement, once signed, becomes a legally binding document