New Egypt NJ Criminal Defense Attorneys
Plumsted Township processes many of Ocean County’s criminal summonses and motor vehicle tickets. Attorney William A. Proetta routinely represents clients who face various criminal charges in Plumsted and New Egypt including Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Possession of Narcotics, Marijuana Distribution, Criminal Mischief, Simple Assault, Theft, Disorderly Conduct, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The strategies that our experienced criminal and DWI defense lawyers utilize includes analyzing the State’s evidence while identifying opportunities that will force the prosecution to meet its burden of proof in an attempt to create leverage that may result in dismissed or substantially downgraded charges. If you or a loved one has been charged with a serious criminal or traffic offense in New Egypt, it is crucial that you contact an skilled attorney with a proven record in criminal defense. To speak with an Plumsted criminal defense lawyer and to map out a case strategy customized to meet your specific needs, please contact our conveniently located Toms River Office at (848) 238-2100.
Plumsted Township Municipal Court Information
If you or a loved one is facing criminal or serious traffic charges in Plumsted, then you should educate yourself concerning the logistics of your court date and location. Be prepared to be in the Plumsted Twp. Municipal Court for a large portion of the day on which your hearing is scheduled. If you have any questions regarding the process it is best to contact your attorney or the court days in advance. The contact information for and directions to the Plumsted Municipal Court are as follows:
121 Evergreen Road
New Egypt, NJ 08533
Phone: (609) 758-2241, ext. 117
Court Sessions are held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m. The court administrator is Ms. Christine Ward. For additional Plumsted Township Municipal Court information, check its website here.
DWI Arrest in New Egypt, New Jersey
If you have been arrested and subsequently charged in New Egypt or Plumsted with a Disorderly Persons Offense, which is also known as a DP and misdemeanor, then you now possibly face severe penalties. These include, but are not limited to, up to six months in jail, loss of driver’s license, community service, and a criminal record. For these reasons, it is crucial that you seek out and retain an experienced Plumsted Township Criminal Defense Attorney who understands the court system and will employ best practices toward resolving your charges in an effort to avoid the consequences that you or a loved one is facing. Our law firm is proud of its years of experience in handling well over one thousand cases throughout Ocean County and the state of New Jersey. For more information regarding how we can help you in your particular case, contact our conveniently located Toms River office at (848) 238-2100.