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Cranbury NJ Criminal Lawyers
Although the crime rate in Cranbury New Jersey is relatively low, over 237 criminal charges and 3,835 traffic offenses were issued in the township during 2016. Most of the violations involve disorderly persons offenses as you might expect given the fact that much of the municipality remains preserved open space. It is important that you retain an experienced Cranbury criminal lawyer irrespective of the charge you are facing since a conviction almost always carries the possibility of serious consequences. Even misdemeanor charges like Simple Assault, Possession of 50 Grams or Less of Marijuana and Disorderly Conduct result in a record that can affect your future and even result in up to six months in jail. The attorneys at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver include former prosecutors from Middlesex County that can help you avoid penalties and a conviction. If you would like to speak to an attorney in a free initial consultation, call us at 732-246-7126.
Cranbury Municipal Court Information
All charges issued by the Cranbury Police Department are directed to the municipal court for resolution with the exception of those involving first, second, third and fourth degree crimes, as well as restraining orders. The same is the case for offenses issued by members of the New Jersey State Police along the approximately 4 mile stretch of the New Jersey Turnpike falling within the town. The Cranbury Municipal Court is located at 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, New Jersey 08536 and is operated jointly with Plainsboro. Susan Slavicek, MCA, is the Court Administrator in charge of overseeing daily operations and can be reached at 609-799-0863. The Court Code for Cranbury is 1202 and sessions are conducted on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. and every other Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Honorable Edward H. Herman is the municipal court judge who will decide your case. You can contact the municipal court for basic information concerning how the court works and your case but they cannot offer legal advice, opinions or what you need to do to avert or reduce a ticket. You will need to consult a lawyer like those at our firm to resolve those questions.
Skilled Attorney To Defend Your Cranbury Charge
There is no doubting the fact that the level of skill of your attorney will probably play a role in the outcome of your case. Familiarity with the prosecutor and judge when it comes to favorably resolving an offense also comes in handy. At Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, our lawyers have these attributes to insure that every chance of reaching a favorable outcome is preserved. Whether you are faced with a DWI, aggravated assault or possession of CDS in a motor vehicle, we have the tools to help you. An attorney on our team is available immediately to speak to you by calling 732-246-7126.
Directions to Plainsboro Joint Municipal Court Where Cranbury Matters Are Heard
From Interstate 95 (a.k.a. NJ Turnpike): Take Turnpike to Exit 8A. Proceed on Cranbury South River Road and turn right at Dey Road. Make a left on Plainsboro Road and the municipal complex and court is to your left at 641 Plainsboro Road.
From U.S. 130: Exit at Station Road and proceed a short distance to its intersection with Main Street and turn right. Make a right onto Plainsboro Road and the court will be to your right.