Gibbsboro may be the biggest producer of traffic tickets per capita in Camden County. Despite the municipality having a population of just 2,274 (2010 Consensus), the Gibbsboro Police Department issued over 2,500 motor vehicle violations last year. An array of summonses make up this total including DWI, driving while suspended, operating without insurance, reckless driving and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. The volume of criminal charges is much less with about 130 complaints for possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, simple assault, disorderly conduct, harassment and other disorderly persons offenses. If you have been charged in Gibbsboro with any type of violation, a skilled attorney is exactly what you need to minimize your risk of a conviction and penalties. Our criminal and motor vehicle ticket lawyers are well equipped to represent you in the municipal court of Gibbsboro, as well as at the Camden County Superior Court.
Skilled Attorneys To Serve You in Gibbsboro New Jersey
Here at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, we are one of the largest criminal firms in the State of New Jersey. Our staff of eight defense attorneys includes several former prosecutors and a team that has represented countless clients arrested or otherwise charged with traffic and other violations of law. We are prepared to utilize all of our resources, including over 100 years of experience, to insure that you have every opportunity to avoid penalties and even a conviction altogether. To speak to an attorney in a free initial consultation anytime 24/7, contact our office online or call 856-662-8300.
Gibbsboro Municipal Court Information
Gibbsboro Municipal Court is located at 49 Kirkwood Road, Gibbsboro, New Jersey 08026. The borough municipal court is open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except Friday when it operated from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. You can visit the court in person or reach the staff by calling 856-783-6655. The Court Administrator is Dale Glinske. All initial appearances (a.k.a. arraignments), motions, trials and other proceedings are conducted once a month on the third Thursday beginning at 4:30 p.m. The municipal court judge responsible for all decisions is Honorable Roderick T. Baltimore. His authority is confined to motor vehicle and quasi-criminal matters. Cases involving first, second, third and fourth-degree crimes can only be adjudicated at the Camden County Superior Court. The more common examples of these types of offenses include cocaine possession, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, eluding and credit card fraud.
Gibbsboro DWI Attorney
While Gibbsboro is not the busiest venue for DWI charges, it certainly has many charged with this offense every year. The key for those faced with an arrest under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 is persuading the court that there is a defect in the case against them since there is no ability to plea bargain a driving while intoxicated violation. Our lawyers embody one of the most highly trained DUI defense teams in the state with several who are dual certified on the Alcotest and as instructors in Field Sobriety Testing. To speak to an attorney at the firm anytime 24/7 about a DWI or any other charge, call our Cherry Hill Office at 856-662-8300.