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Middlesex NJ Criminal Lawyer
There is no doubt that an experienced criminal lawyer can assist you when it comes to averting a conviction for an offense in Middlesex Borough New Jersey. While the vast majority of charges issued in this 3.54 square mile Middlesex County municipality are disorderly persons offenses like disorderly conduct, harassment, simple assault and marijuana possession, do not be confused into thinking that an attorney is unnecessary. A conviction for offenses like these result in a record that will follow you for years to come and can even land you in jail for up to six months. The lawyers at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver can help you escape unnecessary penalties like these utilizing over 100 combined years in practice, including considerable time honing their craft as prosecutors, even in the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Officer. To speak to a member of defense team about your case, contact our Piscataway Office by calling 732-562-0308.
Middlesex Municipal Court Information
The jurisdiction of the municipal court is limited to misdemeanor criminal offenses and traffic violations, for example, driving while suspended, DWI, operating without insurance and reckless driving. The Middlesex Borough Municipal Court is located at 1200 Mountain Avenue, Middlesex, NJ 08846. The municipal court judge, Honorable Dennis M. Fackelman, conducts one court session each week on Monday at 4:30 p.m. If you need to speak to contact the court by telephone, it is available weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. by calling 732-356-4644, ext. 245 or 279. Lizandra DeAngelis is the Court Administrator in charge of daily operations. For more information regarding the court, visit its official website by clicking here.
Charged With First, Second, Third or Fourth Degree Crime in Middlesex New Jersey
Felony charges are those falling within the grade of a first degree, second degree, third degree or fourth degree under the New Jersey Criminal Code. Matters falling within this realm cannot be dealt with in the municipal court as they are outside its authority. The venue with jurisdiction to decide indictable matters like these is the Middlesex County Superior Court. The more common varieties of crimes of this nature are heroin possession, cocaine charges, distribution of marijuana, aggravated assault and terroristic threats. You would be well advised to consult a lawyer immediately if you have been charged in Middlesex with an offense of this severity.
Middlesex Criminal Defense Attorney
The Middlesex Borough Police Department takes pride in the fact that the municipality is safer than 72% of those in the U.S. When they arrest someone on suspicion of violating the law, they take the situation seriously. You need to view your matter with a commensurate level of concern if you want to have the best opportunity for avoiding a conviction and penalties. A knowledgeable criminal defense attorney will provide the best weapon in this mission. The lawyers at our firm definitely fall within this category. For an immediate free consultation with one of them, call us anytime 24/7 at 732-562-0308.
Directions to Middlesex Borough Municipal Court
From Interstate 287: Take Exit 7 and follow signs for Piscataway/Middlesex. Turn left onto South Randolphville Road. In approximately .3 miles the roadway will merge toward the right into Old New Brunswick Road. Follow for .2 miles and turn left onto North Randolphville Road. Proceed for approximately .4 miles and turn left onto Jarrard Street. This will merge into Mountain Avenue. The municipal court is to your left in about 1.7 miles.
From the NJ Turnpike/Interstate 95: Take Exit 10 and follow signs for North Route 440 East toward Perth Amboy. You will need to stay to the left and follow signs for Interstate 287 North and County Route 514. Keep left and you will merge onto Interstate 287 North. Follow directions from Interstate 287 (above) to reach the municipal court.