Ewing DWI Attorneys Who Know What It Takes to Win
Whether you were out with friends at a social event, or simply had some wine with your dinner, an arrest for DWI can happen easily and within seconds after getting behind the wheel. A DWI, Drug DUI, or Refusal charge can affect your life forever. In fact, society as a whole looks differently at those charged with a DWI, and you may be singled out in many places such as at the DMV, on employment background checks, with insurance companies, with friends and even with loved ones. If you are facing a DWI charge, you need reliable information and honest advice from a trusted New Jersey DWI defense attorney. At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our firm is comprised of former prosecutors and senior defense attorneys, who have over 100 years of experience. Furthermore, our Mercer County DWI attorneys have undergone special training from the Attorney General’s Office and Draeger Diagonistics on the proper police procedures and operation of the Draeger Alcotest Breach Test Machine (used by Ewing Police to test sobriety) and also hold certifications from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on standard field sobriety testing. We are here to help, and will arm you with the best information possible to help with your DWI defense. The more information you have, the better equipped you will be to make the best decisions for your case. To start, all you need to do is to make a call to our toll-free number 1-877-450-8301 to set up a free initial consultation with our attorneys. Obtaining the right information should be your first step on the road to a better future.
More About Ewing Township
Ewing Township is located in Mercer County, NJ and has a population of 37,000 residents. In early years, the land was first inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, and has a rich cultural history. Additionally, there are several points of interest in this area such as the Delaware and Raritan Canal, which runs along the Delaware River, and part of the Washington Victory Trail which George Washington’s army took during the American Revolution. Besides these points of interest, Ewing Township is easily accessible because it is connected to many main roadways, including Route 29, Route 31, US Route 206 and Interstate 95.
Ewing Municipal Court
The Ewing Municipal Court is located at 2 Jake Garzio Drive, Ewing Township, NJ 08628. The telephone number is (609)-883-2900 and the fax number is (609)-771-0480. If you have been charged with a DUI, DWI, or Refusal to submit to a breath test then your case will be heard in the Ewing Municipal Court. Often times the cases become more complicated when other charges are added onto your drinking and driving charge. These related charges can commonly include reckless driving, careless driving, driving with a suspended license, failing to report an accident and speeding. Many people also find themselves faced with a criminal charge as well if they resisted arrest, possessed drugs in the vehicle, or had an open container in the vehicle. Complicated charges such as these must be immediately dealt with, or else the situation may become even worse. While you may think that your charge is insignificant, it is important to realize that an offense like this can affect your future and result in higher insurance rates and loss of your job or professional license.
Directions to Ewing Municipal Court
Directions from Garden State Parkway South
Take the Garden State Parkway South until you reach exit 98 toward I-195/ Belmar/ Point Pleasant/Trenton. Merge onto NJ-34 North via the exit on the left. Merge onto I-195 West toward Trenton. Next merge onto I-295 North via Exit 60B toward US-1/ I-95/Princeton. Then merge onto 1-95 South and take the Federal City Road South exit which is Exit 5A. Then make a slight right onto Federal City Road. Next turn right onto Ewingville Road/ CR-636. Continue to follow this road until you reach Jake Garzio Drive and end at number 2.
Directions from I-295 North
Drive on I-295 North until you can merge onto the I-95 South exit. From there, take the Federal City Road South Exit 5A. Next, make a right onto Federal City Road. Then make a slight right onto Ewingville Road, which turns until CR-636. Follow this road until you reach # 2 Jake Garzio Road.
More Helpful Information about Ewing Municipal Court
The Clerk at the Ewing courthouse is Steve Elliot who can be reached at telephone number (609)-883-2900, ext 7609. The court hours are weekdays from 8:30 am until 3:30 pm. The court administrator is Dave Thompson, extension 7605. If you need to get in touch with the Police Department, the telephone number is (609)-882-1313. Just ask for the police records officer, Chief Robert Coulton, at extension 7537.
If you would like any additional information regarding Ewing, please see the town’s website at http://www.ewingtwp.net/.