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About Aberdeen Township Municipal Court

The consequences that flow from convictions for traffic violations or disorderly persons offenses could affect many things from the cost of car insurance to future employment opportunities to your education. A conviction can cause you to lose a scholarship, and some colleges and universities may refuse to admit someone with a serious conviction on record.

At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. we have the skill and experience to investigate your case, analyze the evidence, and advise you on a course of action that is best for you. Whether we are seeking a dismissal, negotiating the best plea deal available, or defending your legal rights at a trial, we understand the system and how to make it best work for you. Call us at 732-303-7857 for a free consultation.

General Information About Aberdeen Township Municipal Court

Address: Aberdeen Square, Aberdeen, New Jersey 07747
Phone: (732) 583-4200
Fax: (732) 290-3171

 

Aberdeen Municipal Court Website: http://www.aberdeennj.org/dept_court_main.html.

Driving Directions to Aberdeen Municipal Court

North to South

Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 117A Aberdeen/Matawan Exit.
Make Right Hand Turn onto Lloyd Rd.
Take Lloyd Road to Light, Make Right Turn onto Church St.
Go Through Light on Church, Make Left Turn onto 1 Aberdeen Square

South to North

Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 117 Hazlet/Keyport Exit.
After Ramp Make Right Hand Turn onto Clark St.
At Stop Sign Make Right Hand Turn onto Beer St.
At Light Make Right onto Bethany Rd.
Continue Through 3 Traffic Lights, We’re on Your Left

Aberdeen Township Municipal Court – Serious Consequences – You need Criminal Defense Lawyers with Experience You Can Trust

Our Monmouth County criminal defense lawyers and former prosecutors are uniquely skilled in defending our Aberdeen Township clients charged with traffic violations and criminal offenses. There are many ways our attorneys can help you deal with municipal court issues, including legal representation for:

Convictions for these types of criminal offenses carry the very serious and lasting consequence of a criminal record. The Aberdeen Township Municipal Court Judge has the discretion to impose a sentence of up to 6 months in jail for anyone convicted of a criminal offense (disorderly persons offense), and levy hefty fines in excess of thousands of dollars.

We are also able to defend you against more serious charges, including:

With over 35 years of criminal trial experience, our lawyers have handled literally thousands of these types of traffic offenses and criminal charges. In cases where our clients have been innocent, we have gone to trial and won. At times we have been able to avoid trial by demonstrating our client’s innocence to the prosecutor after having investigated the case, reviewed the police reports, and interviewed the witnesses and police officers. Another common approach we have utilized with much success is to conduct a hearing and seek suppression of the State’s evidence which was unlawfully obtained after an unconstitutional search by the police.

Call us at 732-303-7857 for a free consultation.

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