Shrewsbury Township Municipal Court
If you received a speeding ticket, or other moving violation on The Garden State Parkway, Route 35, Route 36, or Route 71, or within the township of Shewsbury, NJ, your may think that your only option is to pay the ticket, which is the same thing as pleading guilty. This is not the case. You have the right to challenge any ticket or charge against you in municipal court.
Even minor traffic violations and municipal offenses can have a serious impact on your driving privileges and your criminal record. Many people do not think to hire an attorney when it comes to a traffic violation or a related offense, and instead choose to pay the fine or plead “guilty” without trying to challenge the traffic citation or moving violation offense. At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. we offer aggressive advocacy to protect the rights of our clients facing municipal court and traffic violations offenses.
Our law firm can help you defend against a reckless or careless driving charges, a DUI, or a speeding ticket, and retain your driving privileges by beginning immediately with a careful analysis of the police investigation and all possible defenses to any charge you are facing.
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:
- Speeding Tickets
- DUI/DWI Charges
- Reckless/Careless Driving
- Driving While Suspended or Revoked
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Other Traffic Violations
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, call Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. today at 732-303-7857 .
Let Our Law Firm Help You with A Strong Legal Defense Against Disorderly Persons Offenses
A conviction of a disorderly persons offense in New Jersey can lead to a various penalties including county jail time, probation, fines, community service, court ordered counseling and restitution.
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.
Our New Jersey criminal defense lawyers are experienced in the defense of all disorderly person (DP) offenses including:
- Possession of Marijuana or Distribution of Marijuana
- Possession of Prescription Drugs like Oxycodone and Roxicodone
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession of a Fake ID
- Underage Drinking
- Criminal Mischief
- Violent Crimes, including:
- Assault Arising from Domestic Violence
- Stalking Charges