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West Long Branch Borough Municipal Court

Monmouth University is a private university where nearly 1,600 graduate students attend helping to create a lively and diverse culture. College students typically enjoy a fairly active night life that may involve drugs or alcohol.

Drinking and even recreational drug use can sometimes lead even the best of students into making poor choices. Underage drinking and use or possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia are just a few of the offenses that can lead to university fines, suspension, and even expulsion.

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is a charge no one should face without an attorney. But even if you are sober and pulled over for speeding and found to be driving with a suspended or revoked drivers license you could end up facing mandatory jail time and up to $2,250 in fines and surcharges. Any conviction on criminal charges or a serious traffic offense can tarnish your academic and criminal records — you could even lose your scholarship.

Don’t face the consequences of serious driving infractions by yourself. Trust our experienced defense attorneys to stand by your side. Please call Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC. at 732-303-7857 today for a free consultation.

Don’t Make the Mistake of Facing Municipal Court Charges Without an Attorney on Your Side

If you have been arrested or charged with any municipal offense or traffic violation contact our  defense law firm immediately to discuss your case. The initial consultation is free and we can help you decide your best course of action.

We represent clients, including college students and adults, in municipal court who have been accused of a wide range of municipal court offenses and traffic violations, including:

Shoplifting Charges – A Serious Offense That Requires An Aggressive Legal Defense

Whether on a dare, under peer pressure, or out of need, shoplifting is a serious crime that can lead to a criminal record, fines, and, depending upon the value of items taken, even jail time. It’s important to remember that the burden is always on the State to prove you are guilty and any crime, including shoplifting, and that’s why having one of our experienced trial attorneys on your case matters.

A careful evaluation of the evidence, which often includes video surveillance, police reports, and store loss prevention reports, as well as some specific personal facts about you that show you have no monetary need to steal, can provide a compelling defense, or show a clear deficiency in the State’s case. If you have been charged with shoplifting or any other type of theft crime, our experienced defense attorneys will take the time to evaluate your case and work hard to protect your record, and bring it to the most favorable conclusion for you.

Contact our NJ criminal defense law firm today to arrange for your free, initial consultation and learn how we may be able to help you. Our office can be reached online or by phone at 732-303-7857 .

 

West Long Branch Municipal Court
965 Broadway
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
Phone: (732) 571-5990 | Fax: (732) 571-0054

Website: http://www.westlongbranch.org

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