Municipal Court

The Municipal Courts in New Jersey hear matters such as motor vehicle and traffic violations, quasi-criminal offenses (i.e. disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses), and municipal ordinance violations. The vast majority of cases, however, are those involving motor vehicle or traffic violations.

Most often, a potential client contacts an attorney after receiving a ticket in the hope that the attorney can successfully reduce the original charge to a less serious violation which may not carry with it motor vehicle points. Potential clients are also concerned with the increasingly expensive fines which are imposed by the Courts as well the possible insurance ramifications of a guilty plea, such as higher premiums.

I have appeared in towns throughout the state representing clients on a wide range of Municipal Court matters. Please feel free to contact my office for a free initial consultation to discuss your Municipal Court matter.

Contact experienced NJ Municipal Court lawyer Jeffrey R. Brown to represent and guide you through these issues.