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Allenhurst Municipal Court

Allenhurst Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have been arrested in Allenhurst, NJ then it is important that you move quickly to gain an understanding of the penalties that you face and the options that you have. New Jersey criminal law is governed by Title 2C in the New Jersey Statutes Annotated. Offenses found in Title 2C include disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, harassment, simple assault, trespass and a litany of other violations. The attorneys at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta, & Oliver have over 100 years of combined experience in successfully handling criminal offenses and DUI charges in Allenhurst and throughout Monmouth County. Our team also includes former prosecutors from the county and other defense lawyers who have handled thousands of criminal cases. For a free consultation with an attorney on our staff anytime 24/7, call 732-450-8300.

Allenhurst NJ Municipal Court

Allenhurst Municipal Court is located at 125 Corlies Ave., in Allenhurst, New Jersey. Remember to keep track of your court date and set aside plenty of time on the afternoon of your hearing. Judge George Cieri, J.M.C. will preside over your case. The court administrator can be reached at 732.531.3217. Court sessions are the first and third Thursday each month at 4:00PM.

 

The Allenhurst Municipal Court has jurisdiction to decide disorderly persons offense, traffic summonses, and ordinance violations. Authority does not extend to adjudicating first, second, third or fourth degree crimes. These are indictable offenses and includes charges like possession and distribution of heroin, cocaine and other hard drugs, aggravated assault, terroristic threats and other violations. Offenses of this severity must be referred to the Monmouth County Superior Court for handling. This Courthouse also presides over final restraining order hearings and violations of domestic violence orders.

Allenhurst NJ Disorderly Conduct Lawyer

New Jersey criminal law differentiates between indictable offenses and disorderly persons offenses (DPs). If you are facing a DP, then you are exposed to a maximum of six months in jail and up to $1000 in fines. Your matter will be heard locally in Allenhurst Municipal Court. If you are facing a first, second, third, or fourth degree indictable offense then you are exposed to significantly greater consequences and your matter will be heard in Monmouth County Superior Court in Freehold Boro.

Allenhurst NJ DWI Lawyer

Title 39, a different section of NJ statutes, governs New Jersey traffic law, which includes charges related to Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). New Jersey traffic matters are heard in the municipal court in the town where the alleged offense occurred. If you have been pulled over in Allenhurst and issued a traffic summons then you may be facing a suspended driver’s license, steep fines and penalties, and possible jail time. Common Allenhurst traffic charges include Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (Drug DUI), Driving While Suspended, Refusal to Submit to a Breath Test, Careless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, and CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Traffic offenses have varying degrees of consequences and should be handled carefully by a seasoned attorney. The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall employs attorneys who are certified field sobriety instructors and certified in the maintenance and operation of the Alcotest 7110. This provides our clients with attorneys who are able to scrutinize everything from probable cause for your arrest, officer procedure, and the prosecutor’s case against your DWI charges.

Allenhurst NJ Simple Assault Attorneys

Our attorneys are devoted to defending individuals like you who face criminal, DWI, and motor vehicle charges in Allenhurst and throughout Monmouth County. We will present your best defense while attacking the State’s case at every turn. While vigorously defending your case based on the facts, our Monmouth County based team will work with the prosecution to secure a downgrade or dismissal of your charges. If we cannot come to a resolution with the prosecutor, then we will aggressively present your case at trial. Whichever strategy you and our team agree upon, we will work hard to keep you informed throughout the process and protect your rights from day one. To build a customized case strategy designed to the specific facts of your case, contact us at 732-450-8300 for a free consultation with an experienced lawyer.