New Jersey DWI Attorneys: Borough of Little Silver
If you or a loved one have been charged with drinking and driving in the Borough of Little Silver, contact The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall for immediate assistance. Jonathan F. Marshall, a former prosecutor in several Monmouth County municipalities including Matawan and Hazlet, is available for a free initial consultation to discuss all the elements of a DWI charge in New Jersey. An experienced Monmouth County DUI lawyer will consider all possible defenses such as a lack of probable cause for the stop, whether all the regulations regarding the breathalyzer machine were followed, and what the breathalyzer readings were to achieve the best possible outcome for the client. An experienced criminal defense lawyer from our office is available immediately to assist you.
More About Little Silver
Little Silver is a Borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey. As of the United States 2000 Census, the borough population was 6,170. Little Silver was formed as a Borough by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 19, 1923, from portions of Shrewsbury Township. There are several tales of how Little Silver received its name. In one, brothers Joseph and Peter Parker, who settled in this area in 1667 and owned land bounded by Parker’s Creek on the south and Little Silver Creek on the north, named their holdings “Little Silver” after their father’s (George Parker) estate in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. This in turn can be traced overseas to Little Silver, a village in Devonshire, England. The borough has had a varied history as a resort, agricultural area and fishing town. Today, the municipality is primarily residential with a range of housing types, from ranches and capes. Little Silver separated from Shrewsbury Township in 1923. Farms and nurseries have been replaced by housing today. Over the years, New York City and North Jersey commuters have decided to make Little Silver their home, traveling by rail or auto to their jobs. The Little Silver Train Station on Sycamore Avenue was designed by the noted American architect Henry Hobson Richardson and built in 1890. It reopened after renovations in 2003. The over 350-year old Parker House at 235 Rumson Road in Little Silver is a state historic site.
Little Silver Municipal Court
The Little Silver Municipal Court is located at Boro Hall, 480 Prospect Ave, Little Silver, New Jersey 07739. The telephone number is (732)842-3881. The fax number is (732)842-9271. The court hours are held the first and third Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. The municipal court judge is the Honorable James E. Berube, Jr. The court administrator is Jodi Foster. The prosecutor is Michael Halfacre, Esq. The Little Silver Police Department can be reached at (732)747-5900.
Directions to the Court
From the North: Take the Garden State Parkway South to exit 109 toward Red Bank/Lincroft. Turn left onto Newman Springs Road. Turn left onto Broad Street/Route 35. Turn right onto Pinckney Road. Turn right onto Branch Ave. Turn left onto Rumson Road. Turn right onto Prospect Ave. End at 480 Prospect Ave.
From the South: Take the Garden State Parkway North to exit 109 and merge onto Newman Springs Road. Turn left onto Broad Street/Route 35. Turn right onto Pinckney Road. Turn right onto Branch Ave. Turn left onto Rumson Road. Turn right onto Prospect Ave. End at 480 Prospect Ave.