Audubon Criminal Attorney
High traffic roadways like New Jersey Route 168 and U.S. Route 30 help to make Audubon a much busier than expected Camden County municipality for criminal charges and motor vehicle tickets. More than 2,000 traffic violations and 500 disorderly persons offenses were issued last year (2015-16) in the Borough despite its measuring only 1.5 square miles and having 8,819 residents (2010 Census). If you landed on this page because you have been charged in Audobon, chances are you are facing a DWI, driving while suspended, marijuana possession, simple assault or disorderly conduct charge as they are the most common municipal court matters of magnitude. A skilled attorney is your biggest weapon on escaping an unnecessary conviction and penalties for charges such as these.
Our Highly Experienced Audubon NJ Defense Lawyers Are Ready To Help You
The lawyers at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver have been handling both basic and complex Camden County criminal charges for several decades. The defense team at our firm includes several former prosecutors and knowledgeable attorneys with over a century of combined experience. We have successfully defended an endless number of aggravated assault, drug distribution, harassment, assault by auto, eluding and other cases over the last two decades and are ready to achieve a favorable outcome for you. To speak to an attorney on our staff anytime 24/7, call our Cherry Hill Office for a free consultation at 856-662-8300.
Audobon Municipal Court Information
The Borough of Audobon Municipal Court is located at 606 West Nicholson Road, Audubon, New Jersey 08106. The municipal court can be reached at 856-547-0712 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Jean L. Phillips is the Court Administrator with responsibility for daily management. Honorable Charles Shimberg is the judge that decides all factually and legal issues in cases falling within the jurisdiction of the municipal court. His authority is limited to dealing with misdemeanor criminal offenses, traffic tickets and ordinance violations. More serious indictable crimes of the first, second, third and fourth degree cannot be adjudicated in Audobon’s municipal court as they fall under the jurisdiction of the Camden County Superior Court. That is the court that is set up to conduct jury trials and grand jury proceedings, both of which are key ingredients of felony cases. If you would like directions to the Audobon Borough Municipal Court, please refer to the interactive Google map below for assistance.