The police in Parsippany-Troy Hills (a.k.a. “Parsippany”) issued 173 DWI offenses last year which put it near the top of the rankings in Morris County. Our firm, The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, is the largest NJ DUI Defense Firm in the state with an office in Parsippany so we are well acquainted with the exceptionally high volume of charges in the municipality. A key consideration if you have been charged with this offense is appreciation of the fact that there is no no plea bargaining to escape a conviction. Success will hinge on quality representation rather than considerations like coziness or political favor (e.g. “I need to hire DWI attorneys who are located closest to the court because they have the relationships to get me off”). Indeed, it is totally illegal for the judge to permit a dismissal without placing a legitimate legal basis on the record in open court and this typically does not happen without significant skill on the part of an attorney.
The attorneys at our office have experience and training that few, if any, can parallel in New Jersey. We have over 100 years of combined experience, include several former prosecutors, and have successfully defended countless individuals arrested for N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 (“Driving while intoxicated”). Our first three named partners are also included within a group of less than ten lawyers statewide who are certified in the two testing methods used by police to prove intoxication, namely, on the Alcotest and in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (i.e. instructor certification). All of this should demonstrate that we certainly are far from the norm in terms of what is needed to avoid a license suspension, thousands in financial ramifications and other penalties for DWI. Call our Parsippany Office now at 973-309-7050 for a free initial consultation.
DUI Charge in Parsippany Municipal Court
Almost every DUI charge issued in Parsippany Hills ends up being referred to the town’s municipal court for resolution. The only exception is where the motor vehicle stop also results in an indictable criminal offense that must be handled at the Morris County Superior Court. The Parsippany Municipal Court is located at 3333 Route 46 East, Parsippany, NJ 07054. The business office of the court is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for walk-ins and telephone consultations at 973-263-7145. The individual in charge of these functions is Alvaro Leal, the Court Administrator. All proceedings in your DWI case will be held in court sessions that take place at 1:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday every week. The municipal court judges in these hearings are Honorable Anthony J. Frese and Honorable Gerald Scala. For directions to the court, please refer to the interactive google map below.
Parsippany DUI Lawyer
The proceedings in your DWI will not be forgiving. NJ Law has strict rules for dealing with tickets of this nature and it would be erroneous for you to assume that the court can relax the mandatory driver’s license suspension and other consequences set forth in 39:4-50 unless you are acquitted. This should be reason enough for you to seek the services of the most highly skilled DUI lawyer that you can identify. We believe that our team has what you unquestionably need in this regard. To obtain a free consultation, fill out the online form or call us anytime 24/7 at 973-309-7050.