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Carteret Municipal Court
Carteret Criminal Lawyers
Our criminal lawyers have every reason to believe you were charged with a traffic or criminal offense given that you have landed on this page. This would not be usual as this central New Jersey municipality in Middlesex County had 7,468 moving traffic violations and 1,227 disorderly persons offenses written within its 5.0 square miles during 2016. Another 432 complaints were filed for indictable crimes of the first, second, third and fourth degree. Whether the charge you are facing in Carteret is one falling within the jurisdiction of the municipal court or the Middlesex County Superior Court, it is important that you consult a knowledgeable attorney so that you know what you are up against and the best strategy for avoiding penalties.
An Experienced Attorney Is Ready To Assist You
The attorneys at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver are armed with the tools to assist you in defending your Carteret harassment, possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, disorderly conduct, simple assault or other offense. We are one of the state’s largest criminal firms, possess over 100 years of combined experience, and employ several former prosecutors. A lawyer from our firm, which has handled hundreds of cases in this venue, is available 24/7 for free consultation. Call our Woodbridge Office 732-634-0700 for immediate assistance.
Carteret Municipal Court Information
There have been many redevelopment initiatives in Carteret in recent times including a newly renovated municipal building. If your charge falls within the authority of the Carteret Municipal Court, this is where your case will be decided. Court sessions are held every Monday at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Honorable Alan P. Comba is the municipal court judge that is responsible for deciding all issues in these proceedings. The violations bureau, including the Court Administrator Madeline Zurick, can be reached by telephone at 732-541-3900. If you were arrested for a felony, your case will be sent to the Office of the Middlesex County Prosecutor as it falls outside of local court jurisdiction.
Indictable Offense in Carteret New Jersey
You are facing an indictable offense if your complaint indicates that you the charge is a first degree, second degree, third degree or fourth degree crime. Matters of this severity must be referred to the county courthouse in New Brunswick for handling as they fall outside municipal court jurisdiction. Violations falling within these grades of crime include burglary, aggravated assault, all heroin offenses and distribution CDS in any form.
Carteret NJ Criminal Defense Lawyer
Carteret is safer than 57% of the towns in the United States but this certainly does not mean it is lacking when it comes to charges. We know this first hand as attorneys who have represented many clients on violations in this municipality. Our experience has provided us with invaluable know-how to insure that you have every chance of avoiding a conviction. To speak to a lawyer at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver about achieving the best outcome in your Carteret case, call 732-634-0700.
Directions to Carteret Municipal Court
From NJ Turnpike North: Take Exit 12 from Interstate 95/NJ Turnpike and follow signs for Carteret/Rahway. The roadway merges onto Peter J Sica Industrial Highway which you must follow until it ends. Make a right on Roosevelt Avenue and the municipal court will be to your left.
From Garden State Parkway: Take Exit 132 and proceed toward Iselin/Rahway/Metuchen. Turn left onto NJ Route 27 North. Turn right onto Green Street and then quickly left onto Chain O Hills Road. Take South Hill Road to St. George Avenue and turn right. Then take Freeman Street to Rahway Avenue. Then proceed on Port Reading Avenue which will merge into merge into Roosevelt Avenue. The municipal court will be to your right.