If you have been accused of a traffic violation or minor criminal offense, you have the right to a lawyer in municipal court. Contact our New Jersey municipal court attorneys today for a free legal consultation to discuss the details of your case.
Misdemeanor charges and traffic violations are seemingly minor offenses, but carry serious consequences which can significantly impact your life. Not only will these offenses scar your driving and criminal record, they may warrant jail time, increased insurance rates, fines and other penalties which can affect your employment opportunities and way of life. If you have been accused of a misdemeanor or traffic offense, you may be able to minimize or eliminate these consequences by obtaining the help of a New Jersey municipal court attorney from our firm. Contact us today through our free case review form to learn more about how we may be able to help you avoid charges and any subsequent consequences.
By selecting a municipal court attorney from our firm as your representation, you may be able to minimize or avoid the consequences associated with misdemeanor or traffic violation charges by allowing us the opportunity to argue your case. Our attorneys handle a variety of New Jersey municipal court cases including, but not limited to, the following:
Regardless of the case type, those facing charges in municipal court are afforded certain rights, including the right to retain an attorney. If you are facing a DUI charge or other offense, you are strongly encouraged to contact an attorney. Many people make the mistake of assuming misdemeanors and traffic offenses are insignificant matters and believe that such matters are not worth the cost of hiring an attorney. However, if you are facing a traffic or misdemeanor offense, keep in mind that there are a number of unknown consequences resulting from seemingly minor incidents that may affect your job, your family and your finances. Contacting a New Jersey municipal court attorney is the first step to limiting or avoiding these penalties, so do not hesitate to contact us today to discuss your rights.