Shrewsbury is a municipality which our attorneys are extremely familiar with as it is where our office was previously located and is just about a mile from our main office in Red Bank. While this Monmouth County community is not the busiest for criminal charges or traffic violations like DWI, it has far more than a handful of offenses. Whether its a stop along New Jersey Route 35 that results in someone being charged with fifty grams or less of marijuana, a domestic incident Sycamore Square resulting in a simple assault offense or any other scenario, a violation is Shrewsbury in nothing to take lightly. Virtually any criminal case results in a record upon conviction and, in many instances, you can be sent to jail for up to six months. These are two good reasons why you need to secure representation from an attorney skilled in defending charges in Shrewsbury New Jersey.
Criminal Lawyers in Shrewsbury New Jersey
The criminal lawyers at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall are regulars in the Shrewsbury court system. This only makes sense given that we are the largest defense firm in the region and our Red Bank Office is within walking distance of the Shrewsbury Police Station and Municipal Court. A lawyer with the skills you need, perhaps one of our several former prosecutors, is ready to assist you 24/7 in our Red Bank Office. Call us at 732-450-8300 for immediate assistance.
Shrewsbury Municipal Court Defense Attorney
The Borough and Township have separate municipal courts. Shrewsbury Municipal Court is located at 419 Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury NJ. The telephone number for the municipal court is 732-842-2868. Court sessions are conducted on the first and third Tuesday of the month beginning at 8:30 a.m. Honorable James E. Berube, Jr., is the municipal court judge that will decide your case. The Court Administrator is Megan Thomas, CMCA. The Shrewsbury Township Municipal Court is conducted at Red Bank Municipal Court.
Your court appearance is required in most municipal court cases. This is absolutely the situation if you have been charged with DWI or a disorderly persons offense, for example, harassment or disorderly conduct. If you fail to appear on a charge marked “court appearance required”, a warrant for you arrest will typically be issued. The defense attorney you hire can adjourn your arraignment. The interactive map that follows can assist you in securing directions to the Shrewsbury Municipal Court.
Shrewsbury DWI Attorney
Shrewsbury is a town that we would definitely describe as a sleeper when it comes to DWI charges. Both the Borough and Township have much more action under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 (“Driving while intoxicated”) than anyone other than an experienced Shrewsbury DWI Attorney would appreciate. If you were arrested for drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs, you face serious penalties in the event you plead or are found guilty. A conviction will absolutely result in a suspension of your driver’s license and other significant consequences. It is therefore important that you obtain representation from an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Our attorneys are ready to assist you by calling 732-450-8300.