DUI Attorney in Cranbury, New Jersey
If you or a member of your family has been charged with drinking and driving in New Jersey, The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall can help. Our Middlesex County DWI lawyers specialize in defending against DWI, DUI, and Refusal charges throughout NJ, including in Cranbury Township. Our founding attorney, Jonathan F. Marshall, is a former prosecutor in New Jersey and has been on both sides of a drinking and driving prosecution. An experienced drunk driving lawyer is available immediately for a free initial consultation where we will draft a comprehensive defense strategy for your DWI case. For discussion and analysis regarding criminal and DWI law in New Jersey, please refer to our blog at www.njcriminaldefenselawblog.com where articles are written by our criminal defense attorneys analyzing criminal and traffic cases in NJ.
Cranbury’s special characteristics were recognized when most of the village was entered on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places on August 9, 1979, and on the National Register of Historic Places on September 18, 1980. In recognition of Cranbury’s historical and architectural significance the nomination stated that “Cranbury is the best preserved 19th century village in Middlesex County…While there are many small mill towns in New Jersey, few are in such an undisturbed environment as that of Cranbury.” The significance of Cranbury’s historic district is inextricably tied to its agricultural setting. The village was built to serve the surrounding farm community and its importance is directly related to that farmland. The sharp edges that remain between farmland and village are very important to the appreciation of both resources. Cranbury is a participant in the New Jersey Farmland Preservation Program and to date has been placed over 2,000 acres in permanently preserved farmland. Cranbury is also a participant in the State Green Acres program and the Middlesex County open space programs and to date has preserved hundreds of acres of open space for recreation and the preservation of natural resources.
Cranbury Township Municipal Court
The Cranbury Municipal Court is located at 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainboro, New Jersey 08536. The telephone number for the municipal courthouse is (609)799-0863. The fax number is (609)936-1441. The court is open every Wednesday at 9 A.M. and alternating Thursdays at 6 P.M. The judge in Cranbury is the Honorable Edward H. Henman. The court administrator is Susan Slavicek. The prosecutor is Daniel J. Graziano, Esq. The Cranbury Police Department telephone number is (609)395-0031. The chief of police is Jay Hanson.
For additional information on Cranbury, including valuable information regarding the municipal court and police department, please see their website at http://www.cranburytownship.org/.
Directions to Cranbury Municipal Court
From the North: Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to exit 8A toward Rt 32 West/US-130/Cranbury/South Brunswick/CR-535. Turn left onto Cranbury-South River Road. Take almost two miles and make a right onto Dey Road and continue to follow for 4.7 miles. Make a sharp left onto Scudders Mill Road. Turn right onto Plainsboro Road.
From the South: Take 295 North to Route 1 North via exit 67A toward New Brunswick. Take the Scudders Mill Road ramp and make a slight right onto Scudders Mill Road. Turn right onto Plainsboro Road.