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Little Silver Borough Municipal Court

If you received a ticket for any serious moving violation, before you automatically accept the fine, consider the consequences of paying on an uncontested traffic violation. A conviction for speeding, reckless or careless driving, or a drunk driving (DWI/DUI) charge will add points to your driving record, may lead to an increase in insurance rates, and, in some cases, may even result in loss of driving privileges.

When you pay a fine it is essentially the same thing as pleading “guilty” — but it is your right to challenge any traffic or municipal offense and protect your rights and your driving record. We can help defend you against any moving violation, including reckless or careless driving charges, a DUI, or a speeding ticket, to help you retain your driving privileges. We will begin immediately with a careful analysis of the police investigation and all possible defenses to the charge.

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 that threaten your driving record and insurance premiums, your case calls for the expertise of a an experienced and aggressive Monmouth County traffic violations attorney. For a free consultation with one of our lawyers, contact our New Jersey attorneys today at 732-303-7857.

Disorderly Persons Offenses Defense Attorneys

Charges handled in Little Silver borough 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 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.

Our criminal defense attorneys and former prosecutors have successfully advocated for clients charged with traffic violations, and all types of municipal court offenses, including:

You owe it to yourself to contact our firm today for a free consultation. Call us at 732-303-7857. Our clients can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via our office.

You will be in direct contact with your attorney who will remain available to answer any questions that you may have and provide any necessary counsel until your case is successfully resolved. The NJ defense attorneys at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC have spent their entire careers in the court room and will give you the peace of mind and confidence that you need while we successfully defend your case.

Little Silver Municipal Court
480 Prospect Avenue
Little Silver, NJ 07739
Phone: (732) 842-3881
Fax: (723) 842-9271

Website: http://www.littlesilver.org/ls/

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