Springfield Criminal Defense & DWI Attorney

Springfield Criminal & Traffic Offenses

Criminal Defense Lawyer & Former Prosecutor

Springfield Township is located in Union County, New Jersey, and is a town rich in history. Not only was a key Revolutionary battle fought here, but it is also home to the Baltusrol Golf Club which has hosted many major golf tournaments, including the U.S. Open and PGA Championship. The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall features a team of lawyers who have worked for years in the field of criminal defense and defend cases in Springfield. Our attorneys know that no one is immune from finding themselves in trouble with the law. However, when this occurs, a defense lawyer from our office can provide imperative assistance to those charged or arrested. You deserve a defense lawyer who will give your criminal or traffic case the time it deserves, including a marijuana possession or DWI case. Our criminal defense attorneys are committed to assisting every client and putting their knowledge and experience to work. It is our belief that a hard-working and experienced attorney is your best defense and opportunity to avoid the negative effects of a conviction. If you have been arrested in Springfield, NJ, do not hesitate in calling us. The information that follows has been provided to assist you in your Springfield Municipal Court case.


Springfield Municipal Court

Like all municipal courts, Springfield Municipal Court handles charges that are misdemeanor in nature. These are commonly termed non-indictable or disorderly persons charges. The Court also has authority to decide traffic ticket and motor vehicle summons cases such as DWI, DUI, Refusal, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving While Suspended or Revoked, Driving Without Insurance and Reckless Driving. The disorderly persons offenses heard in Springfield typically concern Simple Assault, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Criminal Mischief, and Harassment. While these offenses are misdemeanor in nature, they nevertheless involve up to 6 months in jail, long term financial obligations, and a permanent record. A conviction can also interfere with future employment. If you are faced with any of these charges, our criminal defense attorneys are always willing to talk about these charges with you, and the first conference is free of charge.

The Springfield Municipal Court is located at 100 Mountain Ave, Springfield, New Jersey 07081. The court’s telephone number is 973-912-2200. The presiding judge is the Honorable Steven Firsichbaum. The Court Administrator is Mary Jo Banchansky. More information on the Township of Springfield Municipal Court can be found at http://www.springfield-nj.us/.

Directions to Springfield Municipal Court

Directions to Springfield Municipal Court: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 142 onto Route 78. Take 78 to Exit 50B. Continue straight on Vauxhall Rd. to the second light. Then turn left on Springfield Ave. Then follow Springfield Ave to the third light which is Morris Ave. Turn right onto Morris Ave and then make a lift onto Mountain Avenue. Turn first right onto N. Trivette Rd. The Municipal Building will be in front of you.

If you were arrested and charged with a municipal or criminal offense while in Springfield and are looking for a criminal defense lawyer, give us a call. Every attorney here has significant experience in defending criminal and traffic complaints in New Jersey. The criminal attorneys at our law firm will discuss your case and answer your questions so that you may plan your defense.

The lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, 216 North Avenue East, Cranford, New Jersey 07016, defend individuals charged with traffic violations and criminal offenses in Springfield Municipal Court, 100 Mountain Ave., Springfield, NJ 07081, including Possession of Drugs and Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, Simple Assault, Harassment, Shoplifting, Criminal Mischief, DWI, DUI, Refusal, Leaving the Scene, Driving While Suspended or Revoked, Driving Without Insurance, and Reckless Driving.