Pemberton Municipal Court

Pemberton NJ Criminal Defense Lawyers

Pemberton is usually among the top three in terms of number of tickets and complaints filed in a municipality in Burlington County. The overwhelming percentage of these charges involve traffic violations and disorderly persons offenses although there were also 510 indictable felony charges filed. What this means is that there are not only many simple assault, drug paraphernalia, marijuana, disorderly conduct, and shoplifting complaints but also a significant amount of filings involving more serious offenses like aggravated assault and possession with intent to distribute heroin. For anyone charged with a criminal offense or serious motor vehicle violation, an experienced attorney is something that can really pay dividends. Our firm, the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, is comprised of 8 defense lawyers that handle almost any variety of charge in Pemberton New Jersey. You should also know that our firm typically obtains dismissal or, at a minimum, a significant downgrade with municipal court offenses. If you are faced with the potential ramifications of a charge like those we have described, it would be wise to call us at 856-234-8900 for a free consultation. You should certainly know what you are up against and how our attorneys can help you. So contact us anytime 24/7 for immediate assistance from one of our lawyers.

Pemberton Municipal Court Information

There are two separate municipal courts in Pemberton, one maintained by the Borough and another by the Township. Pemberton Township Municipal Court is located at 500 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, Pemberton, New Jersey 08068. The Judge is the Honorable Charles Shimberg, the Court Administrator is Louise Spigner, and the Prosecutor is Dean J. Buono, Esq. The court can be reached at 609-894-3337. The may also refer to the Pemberton Township Municipal Court website for information. The Pemberton Borough Municipal Court is located at 50 Egbert Street, Pemberton, New Jersey 08068. Honorable Krisden M. Mccrink is the judge in the boro and Kristi Abbondanza is the Court Administrator. The available Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at 609-894-9363. The Pemberton Borough Municipal Court also maintains a website with helpful information. Both courts have jurisdiction that is limited to non-indictable charges. What this means is that these two courts can preside over traffic tickets, disorderly persons offenses and municipal ordinance violations. When someone is arrested and charged with an indictable crime of the first, second, third or fourth degree, all proceedings with the exception of perhaps an initial arraignment are conducted at the Burlington County Superior Court in Mt. Holly NJ.

Criminal Attorney in Pemberton

The are a slew of traffic and motor vehicle tickets that result in a driver’s license suspension and jail term. These penalties are often mandatory. For example, a conviction for a second offense of DWI or driving without insurance require that you be sentenced to jail. Mandatory suspension of your driving privileges is even more common with first offenses for refusing to take a breath test, driving while suspended and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle triggering such a penalty.  The track record of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall is one of avoiding repercussions like these in Pemberton. The way we typically negate penalties and consequence like those is by averting a conviction to these tickets altogether. We are confident that our attorneys can have similar success on your behalf and are available immediately at 856-234-8900 for your assistance. Initial consultations with a lawyer at our firm are always free so do not hesitate to give us a call.