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Bail Bonds & Jail Info: Mays Landing, NJ

Monday, September 12, 2011

If you or a loved one needs to be released from jail in Mays Landing, New Jersey, read the following blog.

The Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility opened in 1985 and was built to house 398 inmates. Since that time, the facility has undergone substantial growth and expansion and now houses an average 1000 inmates with custody jurisdiction over an additional 250 inmates who are sentenced to various community programs.

The Justice Facility is located at 5060 Atlantic Ave., Mays Landing, New Jersey. It is an Adult Detention Facility housing male and female inmates who are pretrial, county sentenced and in certain instances, state sentenced awaiting shipment or state inmates contracted to the Facility. The Facility has two main sections, the Main Jail Building and the Main Jail Annex.

Mailing Address:
5060 Atlantic Avenue
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Main Telephone Number - (609) 645-5855
Public Defender’s Office - (609) 625-9111

High Security Status and
New Commitment Inmates:
Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
Doors open at 8:45 AM.
Main Building:
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
Sign in by 9:45 AM.

Once a bail has been assessed by the courts, it may be posted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Only cash, bail bond agents, Western Union (see above) or certified checks (during business hours) will be accepted. No personal checks will be accepted. A $30 fee is assessed for processing of all indictable offense bails unless waived by the court. A valid driver’s license with photo or photo ID card stating the visitor’s name, address and date of birth issued by a proper  governmental agency (welfare ID cards may not be used) must be presented along with monies for bails. In some cases property bonds may be accepted for bails as approved by the Superior Court through the County Clerk’s office.

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There is no censorship of outgoing or incoming mail. Letters from attorneys or other public officials (or from anyone connected with the court system) will be opened (not read) in the presence of addressed inmates and examined for contraband. Outgoing mail is sealed by the inmate. All outgoing mail shall be stamped to designate that it is sent from a correctional facility by an inmate. Packages may only be received when authorized in writing by the Warden. Attempts to smuggle contraband or illegal material shall be investigated/prosecuted.

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