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Monmouth Beach Borough Municipal Court

If you received a speeding ticket, DUI, or other moving violation on Route 36, or anywhere in the jurisdiction of Monmouth Beach Borough, your only option is not to simply pay the ticket, which is the same thing as pleading guilty to the offense. Paying your ticket fines may even seem like the fastest, and therefore, the best way to handle the problem — but you have the right to challenge any ticket or charge against you in municipal court and it may be in your best interest to fight a traffic ticket in order to protect your driving record.

Even though most moving violations are deemed “civil” offenses, a conviction can still cost you in increased insurance premiums, add points to your driver’s license, and in some cases, result in loss of driving privileges. Before you pay the ticket and accept the charges against you, talk with one of our traffic violations defense attorneys to make sure you fully understand the consequences, and to explore your legal options.

Our law firm can help you defend against charges of careless or reckless driving, a DUI offense, or a speeding ticket, to help you retain your driving privileges. We can carefully analyze the police investigation and advise you of all possible defenses to the charge(s).

At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. we 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, contact our New Jersey traffic violations defense attorneys today by dialing 732-303-7857 .

Disorderly Persons Offenses

Don’t make the mistake thinking that just because charges handled in the Municipal Court are referred to as “Disorderly Persons Offenses,” they are not serious. Disorderly Persons Offenses are still 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.

Attorneys at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. have successfully advocated for clients charged with all types of municipal court offenses, including:

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.

Monmouth Beach Municipal Court
22 Beach Road
Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750
Website: http://www.monmouthbeach.us
Phone: (732) 229-2357

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