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North Brunswick Criminal Lawyers
North Brunswick is the tenth largest and populated municipality in Middlesex County so it doesn’t shock our criminal lawyers that you have been charged with a criminal or motor vehicle violation. The truth is that a shocking number of charges are issued in the township with 27,437 traffic tickets for moving infractions in 2016 alone. There were also 1,185 disorderly persons offenses issued for drug paraphernalia, simple assault, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct. Irrespective of why you were arrested or served with a summons or complaint, you should strongly consider consulting an attorney at our firm since the penalties for most charges can be life altering. Most criminal cases in municipal court carry the possibility of six months in the Middlesex County Adult Correction Center and significant financial consequences. This is one of the reasons why you should contact our firm.
A Former Middlesex County Prosecutor Is Ready To Help You
It is helpful for anyone accused of violating the law to have a lawyer that is not only experienced but familiar with the court. The attorneys at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver have been successfully representing clients charged in North Brunswick for over two decades so we possess both these attributes. Our team also includes multiple former prosecutors and Jason Seidman, Esq., who recently served in the Office of the Middlesex County Prosecutor. We certainly know our way around the court system and how to effectively defend just about any offense. To speak to Mr. Seidman or another lawyer at another lawyer now, call 732-246-7126.
North Brunswick Municipal Court Information
The North Brunswick Municipal Court has limited jurisdiction to decide traffic violations and disorderly persons offenses. There are three weekly court sessions to decide these matters which begin at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m ., and at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. The Chief Judge is Honorable Christine M. Heitmann, with Honorable William Feingold also serving in the venue. The Court Administrator, Sheral Rossmann, CMCA, and the rest of the staff can be reached during regular business hours at 732-247-099. For additional information regarding North Brunswick Municipal Court, please refer to its webpage by clicking here.
Indictable Charge in the Township of North Brunswick
If you were arrested for a first degree, second degree, third degree or fourth degree crime, jurisdiction to hear your case rests with the Middlesex County Superior Court. Although you may have a court date to appear in municipal court, that is only for arraignment. All other hearings will take place at the county courthouse in New Brunswick NJ. The more common varieties of felony cases falling within this category are aggravated assault, possession of cocaine, heroin distribution, shoplifting and burglary. All of these violations carry the potential for a state prison term of 18 months for a fourth degree, 5 years for a third degree, 10 years for a second degree and 20 years for a first degree.
North Brunswick NJ Criminal Defense Attorney
Individuals in your shoes are often confused and anxious following issuance of a charge. A North Brunswick criminal defense attorney at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver is prepared to address your questions so that many of your concerns are eliminated. We are also prepared to thoroughly review the facts of your case and provide a recommendation for defending the offense so that the very best outcome can be achieved. To speak to one of the lawyers on our staff immediately, call our New Brunswick Office at 732-246-7126.
Directions to North Brunswick Municipal Court & Police Station
From U.S. Route 1: Take exit ramp for Georges Road and proceed for .3 miles. Turn left on Hermann Road and court will be on your left in approximately .1 miles.
From New Jersey Route 18: Take exit ramp for Trenton/Princeton and roadway will merge onto U.S. Route 1. Follow directions above from U.S. Route 1.
From the New Jersey Turnpike: Take Exit 9 and the roadway will merge onto New Jersey Route 18 North. Follow directions from U.S. Route 1.