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South Amboy NJ Criminal Attorneys
The Former Middlesex County Prosecutors At Our Firm Are Ready To Defend Your Charge
South Amboy falls into the 44th percentile in terms of crime so it is not shocking that it has more than its share of criminal charges in Middlesex County. If you find yourself within the statistic because you have been charged with simple assault, possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana, harassment, prostitution or another offense, the criminal attorneys at our firm are here to help you. A lawyer at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall can assist you in avoiding a conviction to most South Amboy Municipal Court disorderly persons offenses and this is significant given that a charge results in a criminal record, significant financial penalties and can even land you in jail for six months. We have similar abilities in defending traffic violations and even indictable crimes. Our defense team, which includes several former prosecutors, including Jason Seidman who served in the Middlesex County Prosecutors Office, has over 100 years of combined experience. To speak to one of the lawyers at the firm in a free initial consultation, call our Woodbridge Office at 732-634-0700.
South Amboy Municipal Court Information
Armed robbery, terroristic threat, aggravated assault nor heroin distribution make up the calendar in the South Amboy Municipal Court. In fact, the municipal court does not even possess jurisdiction to hear such matters as its authority is limited to misdemeanor criminal offenses, DWI and other motor vehicle violations. Thousands of cases falling within this class are heard in the courtroom which is located at 140 North Broadway, South Amboy, N.J. 08879-1647. Court sessions are conducted by the judge of the court, Honorable James F. Weber, at noon on the first and third Tuesday and at 6:00 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of the month. The Court Administrator, Mary Kate Vacca, CMCA, and other members of the staff can be reached during regular business hours at 732-525-5929. You can refer to the official website of the South Amboy Municipal Court for further information.
The majority of the charges heard in South Amboy involving traffic tickets issued along its 23.65 miles of roadway, including U.S. Route 9 and New Jersey Route 9. What we are principally referring to are motor vehicle violations like speeding, reckless driving, driving without insurance, DWI, driving while suspended and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. The municipal court in South Amboy also processes countless disorderly persons offenses for simple assault, harassment, obstructing the administration of law, shoplifting, possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, disorderly conduct and other offenses. More serious criminal charges, those which are indictable and a graded as a crime of the first, second, third or fourth degree, must be directed to the Middlesex County Superior Court for resolution because they fall outside the authority of the municipal court. The most common forms of felony crimes like these are burglary, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, heroin and cocaine possession, distribution of CDS and eluding.
Criminal Defense Lawyer in South Amboy
Hiring the right South Amboy criminal defense lawyer may be the most important decision you make in terms of success in defending your charge. We believe that the attorneys at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall represent a significant option in the selection process. Our team is one of the largest in the state with eight lawyers who operate exclusive in this area of law. If you are looking for an aggressive advocate who will fight to secure the very best outcome, you should definitely give us a call for a free consultation. We can be reached in Woodbridge 24/7 by calling 732-634-0700.
Directions to South Amboy Municipal Court
From Garden State Parkway. Take Exit 127 and merge onto U.S. Route 9 South. Turn left on Main Street. Proceed for 1.5 miles and turn left on North Broadway Street. The municipal court is on your right in 1.4 miles.
From the New Jersey Turnpike. Take Exit 10 and merge onto NJ-440 North/Industrial Avenue/Riverside Drive. Proceed to U.S. Route 9 South. In approximately 2.0 miles take exit for South Amboy Business District. Stay right and proceed on Main Street. The roadway will lead to North Broadway Street where you will turn left. Court is on your right.