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Marlboro Township Criminal Defense and Traffic Offense Attorneys

If you or a family member have been charged with a traffic offense, drunk driving, criminal offense, disorderly persons offense, or a township ordinance in Marlboro Township, you need a local attorney who knows the ins and outs of Marlboro Municipal court. Whether it’s a simple traffic ticket, or something more serious like the police finding contraband in your car, the lawyers at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC, who were formerly prosecutors, are here to guide you through the court process and have the know how to fight your case.

We have handled cases where our clients have been charged with a number of criminal offenses, including:

These charges are commonly referred to as disorderly persons offenses and can have very serious consequences. A conviction for such an offense carries with it a sentence of up to six months in jail and fines that can reach into the thousands of dollars.

Experienced in Traffic Infractions and DUI/DWI

Seems like sooner or later everyone gets one – traffic summonses and all other traffic cases are heard in Marlboro Municipal Court. They include violations for:

These offenses can carry hefty fines, loss of driving privilege in the State of New Jersey, and in some cases even jail.

We Have the Experience with Marlboro Township Municipal Court Cases

The most important thing to remember is you don’t have to just go in and plead guilty to the charge. In almost every single traffic court or criminal case, that we weren’t able to get outright dismissed, we have been able to negotiate pleas to less serious charges that carry fewer penalties.

A common example is cases where the charge is careless driving, reckless driving, or speeding and we successfully lobby the prosecutor for a plea to unsafe driving, which a no point violation that carries only a fine.

With over 35 years of criminal trial experience, our lawyers have handled literally thousands of these types of criminal and traffic cases. We have gone to trial and won. In other cases, we have successfully moved to suppress evidence after a bad police search. Still in others, after reviewing the evidence and interviewing the police officers and other witnesses we have convinced prosecutors to dismiss the case in its entirety.

Both your driving record and your criminal record stay with you for the rest of your life and is something that must be protected. When you are facing any charge in court going it alone is simply not an option. We have the years of trial and negotiating experience you need to achieve the most favorable outcome. Please call 732-303-7857 to arrange a free case review with Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC today.

Municipal Court in Marlboro Township Facts

The Court is located at 1979 Township Drive in Marlboro Township. The Court is on the right, but parking sometimes fills up. If it does you may have to park in the overflow lot on the grass. You will pass the overflow lot on your right on your way in.

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