New Jersey Municipal Court Defense Lawyers
If you have been ticketed for a traffic violation or accused of a disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons offense in New Jersey, it is important to speak to an experienced municipal court defense attorney.
At Brown Law, located in Atlantic City, we defend clients accused of all municipal court offenses, including:
- Traffic tickets
- DUI/DWI drunk driving
- Drug-related DUI/DWI
- Driving on a suspended license or revoked license
- Driving without registration
- Driving without insurance
- Careless driving
- Drug possession
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Simple assault
- Domestic violence
- Underage drinking
- Disorderly conduct
- Criminal mischief
- Resisting arrest
- Bad checks/forgery
In addition to traffic violations, disorderly persons offenses and petty disorderly persons offenses, our law firm also represents clients charged with:
- County or municipal ordinance violations, such as noise ordinances
- Violations of New Jersey fish and game laws
- Violations of New Jersey boating laws, including boating under the influence of drugs or alcohol
What Are the Possible Consequences?
Penalties for municipal court offenses can include fines, probation, community service and up to six months in jail. Conviction on these charges can have a detrimental effect on your record. Today, criminal records are readily accessible to anyone with a computer. With violations on your record, you may find it more difficult to get a job, a place to live, or even a date.
Our founder, Christopher A. Brown, understands municipal court from the inside out. He formerly served as Judge for the Municipal Court of Galloway Township. He has also been a public defender and a prosecutor.
Minimizing Negative Consequences
In all of our municipal court criminal defense work, our goal is to minimize the negative consequences our clients suffer. In some cases, we may be able to get the charges dropped or take advantage of a diversionary program. In others, we may be able to negotiate an attractive plea agreement, for example, probation instead of jail time, or a reduction in fines.
Anyone can find himself or herself in need of an experienced New Jersey municipal court defense lawyer. If you are facing a municipal court violation, please call 609-344-8270 or contact us online to arrange a free initial consultation. You can rely on Brown Law for quality legal representation with compassion and integrity.
From our office in Atlantic City, our criminal attorneys defend clients in municipal courts throughout Atlantic County. We also defend clients from out of state who face municipal court violations in Atlantic County. Call us today to discuss your case.