Morris County Municipal Court Attorneys

Traffic & DWI Lawyers Represent Clients in Municipal Courts in Morris County, Essex County, and Union County, New Jersey

Municipal Court matters in New Jersey are not limited to traffic tickets. In fact, some of the matters handled in Municipal Court can have significant consequences. In particular, your ability to drive may be affected because the penalty for some offenses is license suspension or accumulating points on your license. It is important to understand how a municipal court case could affect you in the future.

New Jersey Traffic Lawyers Who Handle Municipal Court Cases in Elizabeth, Newark & Jersey City

McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. is a Morris County law firm with attorneys who handle municipal court cases throughout New Jersey. We also advise clients about their rights and options. If the issue does not require an attorney, you can count on us to tell you. An example of this scenario might be an uncontested speeding ticket. However, if you do need an attorney for something as serious as a reckless driving citation, a drunk driving charge, or worse, you can count on us to tell you what you can do to improve your chances of a positive outcome.

The Cases Heard in New Jersey Municipal Courts

Examples of matters handled in the New Jersey Municipal Court system include:

  • Traffic violations, including reckless driving tickets
  • Drunk driving (DWI/DUI) charges
  • Disorderly persons offenses
  • Municipal ordinance violations
  • Fish and game violations
  • Minor drug offenses
  • Shoplifting

Conviction on these types of offenses can result in jail time, fines, license points, license suspension, and community service.

How Our Morristown Lawyers Help with NJ Municipal Court Cases

Although a jury does not hear cases in municipal court, an appearance before a municipal court judge allows for defense strategies similar to those in jury trials. A defendant or attorney can file a motion to suppress evidence, seek reduced charges (for example, trespassing instead of simple assault), call witnesses, and conduct a defense similar to a defense in criminal court. It is important to either obtain a dismissal or have the charges reduced to the lowest level in order to limit the penalties both now and in the future when license points accumulate. Our lawyers have the experience and knowledge to obtain the best possible outcome for clients appearing in municipal court.

Of course, this does not mean that our attorneys secure dismissals for every case or get every charge reduced. However, clients can be assured that our attorneys will give them an honest assessment of the situation and provide them with sound advice about their options.

Call Our New Jersey Municipal Court Lawyers Now!

Before you appear in municipal court in Florham Park, Union, Edison, Bayonne, or elsewhere in NJ, find out about your legal situation. Talk to an experienced New Jersey municipal court lawyer who can advise you about your best course of action. Whether the charge is disorderly conduct, DWI, or marijuana possession, we can help. Contact McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. now to learn more about how our knowledgeable and experienced municipal court lawyers can help you get your charges dismissed. Call 973-966-1520 or contact us online.