DWI Attorney in Freehold, New Jersey
Jonathan F. Marshall, a former municipal court prosecutor in several Monmouth County municipalities, is highly qualified to handle alcohol related charges in Freehold Township and Freehold Borough. Our Monmouth County DWI attorneys are familiar with the Municipal Court in Freehold and we have successfully represented clients there on drinking and driving charges. If you have been accused of drunk driving in Freehold including DWI, DUI, or refusal, an experienced criminal defense lawyer at our firm can assist you. A DWI lawyer will develop a comprehensive defense strategy based on the factual scenario of your drinking and driving charge.
Freehold Township Municipal Court
The Municipal Courthouse of Freehold Township is located at One Municipal Plaza, Freehold (Twp), New Jersey 07728. The Municipal Court telephone number is (732) 294-2150. The Municipal Court Schedule is Tuesdays at 8 A.M., 1:30 P.M., and 5 P.M, and Wednesdays at 8 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. The number for the Freehold Township Police Department is (732) 462-7500. The municipal court judge is Thomas Foley and the municipal prosecutor is Nicole Sonnenblick. The court administrator is Jane Vitulli.
The area was first settled in 1685 by a group of Scottish reformers fleeing religious persecution. Freehold Township was formally established by an act of the Legislature on October 31, 1693, one of the three original townships in Monmouth County. Throughout the intervening three centuries it has been a place where people could raise their families, earn their living and live out their life in some measure of peace. Then as now, it has been a community of farms and churches, homes and neighborhoods. It has strong roots in a reach colonial tradition and an illustrious past. The Battle of Monmouth (probably the turning point of our War of Independence) was fought at its doorsteps on a scorching day in June 1778. Every major American military leader of the time participated: George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette, Benedict Arnold, Anthony Wayne, Charles Lee, Alexander Hamilton, Nathaniel Greene, Friedrich van Steuben and the non-military Molly Pitcher.
The website for the Township of Freehold, which includes municipal court information is http://www.twp.freehold.nj.us/.
Directions to the Freehold Township Municipal Court
From the North: Garden State Parkway South to exit 123 to Route 9 South; pass Freehold Raceway Mall on right; immediately following Burger King bear right onto Schanck Road. Municipal Complex is approximately one (1) mile down Schanck Road on your left before the traffic light.
From the South: Garden State Parkway North to exit 98 (Wall) to Route 195 West to Route 9 North. Take Route 9 North to Schanck Road jughandle (after Carvel and traffic light). Bear right after traffic light and cross over Route 9. Take Schanck Road down approximately one (1) mile and the Municipal Building is on your left before the traffic light.
Freehold Borough Municipal Court
The Municipal Courthouse for the Borough of Freehold is located at 38 Jackson Street, Freehold (Boro), New Jersey 07728. The Municipal court hours are on the first, second, and third Tuesdays of the month at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. The judge in Freehold Boro is Scott Basen. The court administrator is Stacy A. Kitson. The prosecutor is Kathleen Sheedy. The police department is located at 36 Jackson Street and their telephone number is (732)462-1234.
Directions to the Freehold Boro Municipal Court
From the North: Take Route 18 South to 537 West via exit 22B toward Freehold. Turn left onto Jackson Street and end at #38.
From the South: Take the Garden State Parkway North to exit 98 toward Rt 34/Belmar/I-195W/Trenton. Take the exit on the left toward Rt 34/I-195. Merge onto 138 W toward Rt 34/Point Pleasant/I-195/Trenton. NJ-138 W becomes I-195 West. Merge onto US-9 North via exit 28 B toward Freehold. Turn right onto South Street/NJ-79. Turn right onto Mechanic Street. Turn left onto Jackson Street and end at #38.