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Loch Arbour Village Municipal Court

Charges handled in Loch Arbour Village Municipal Court are referred to as “Disorderly Persons Offenses,” but they are still serious and can result in a criminal record. A conviction for a Disorderly Persons Offense can have lasting consequences. For example, a person convicted of a Disorderly Persons Offense, can be sentenced up to 6 months in jail.

A conviction of “just” a petty disorderly offense can still mean spending up to 30 days in jail. In addition, the Municipal Court Judge can impose heavy fines, take away your driving privileges, or both. A conviction for a Disorderly Persons Offense or Petty Disorderly Persons Offense also means that you would have a criminal record which could effect employment and educational opportunities.

At the New Jersey criminal defense law firm of Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC., our attorneys offer aggressive advocacy to protect the rights of our clients in municipal court who have been accused of a wide range of traffic violations, including:

If you have been accused of a traffic violation, received a traffic citation, or are facing charges of DUI or DWI or other charges that threaten your driving record and insurance premiums, your case calls for the expertise of a Monmouth County traffic violations attorney. For a free consultation with an experienced attorney, please call Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. at 732-303-7857 today.

Disorderly Persons Offenses Defense Attorney

Disorderly Persons Offenses are criminal offenses with lasting consequences if you are convicted. A person convicted of a Disorderly Persons Offense, for example, can be sentenced up to 6 months in Jail and up to 30 days for a petty disorderly persons offense. In addition, the Municipal Court Judge can impose heavy fines, loss of driving privileges or both.

A conviction for a Disorderly Persons Offense or Petty Disorderly Persons Offense means that you would have a criminal record which could effect employment and educational opportunities. At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC., we protect your rights in disorderly persons cases involving charges such as:

If you or a family member has been charged with a traffic offense, criminal offense, disorderly persons offense, or a township ordinance in Loch Arbour you will need a lawyer who knows this town’s court system. Unfortunately, from time to time brushes with the law can occur from traffic stops by the police to interactions with security guards at the mall.

If this has happened to you or someone you know, you can count on the criminal defense attorneys at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. to stand up for you, and safeguard your rights. The lawyers at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. have practiced their whole careers in New Jersey. We have handled thousands of cases and our attorneys have often been able to have our clients’ charges dismissed, amended to lesser criminal charges or obtain zero motor vehicle points on traffic tickets that ordinarily carry two to five points.

Loch Arbour Village Court
399 Monmouth Road
Oakhurst, NJ 07755
Phone: 732-531-5005

Website: http://www.locharbournj.us

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM

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