In Millville, Vineland, Bridgeton and Cumberland County, people turn to Robinson & Andujar for municipal court defense representation. Clients contact us after getting a summons for a traffic violation or a complaint for a disorderly persons offense. We explain exactly what the accusations involve and what the penalties are, as well as the options for fighting the ticket. Our attorneys have decades of experience minimizing fines and keeping records clean.
Disorderly Persons Offenses
In New Jersey, all offenses categorized as disorderly persons offenses are handled in municipal court. These offenses include harassment, resisting arrest, underage drinking, shoplifting, simple assault and fighting. While these charges rarely result in jail time, they do not look good on a person's record, particularly in this competitive job market, making them worth fighting. That is where our lawyers come in.
All New Jersey traffic violations are handled in municipal court. The most serious of these offenses is DWI/DUI. Other offenses include driving with a suspended license or without insurance, reckless driving and speeding. While penalties are typically fines, these offenses can also result in driver's license suspension and increased insurance premiums. Our lawyers work with clients to mitigate the impact of traffic tickets.
One of the most frustrating aspects of a traffic offense is the driver's license suspension. Our attorneys can go to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) headquarters in Trenton and pursue appeals of driver's license suspensions when possible. We can argue to have suspensions reduced by significant periods of time. We can also assist people in the process of going to the DMV to apply for driver's license restoration.
Free Consultations — Millville Disorderly Conduct Lawyers
Call 800-475-3116 or send an e-mail to schedule a free consultation with one of our Vineland traffic violation lawyers. In addition to English, Spanish is spoken fluently in our office.