Manchester DWI Lawyer

Former DWI Prosecutor Now Defending You

The intersection of Rt. 70 and Rt. 37 leads to a sizable number of motorists arrested for driving while intoxicated. If you know someone who received a summons for drunk driving or breath test refusal in Manchester, our Ocean County DWI attorneys are ready and able to serve you. Jonathan Marshall is a former municipal prosecutor from several municipalities in New Jersey, which puts our firm at a tremendous advantage in when handling DWI cases. Furthermore, our attorneys at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has completed extensive training on the Alcotest breath test device and its operation. All of our lawyers are also qualified in the procedures specified in the standardized field sobriety tests, as established by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. We doubt that there is another New Jersey law firm that can say that every attorney on their defense team holds certifications in both the Alcotest and standardized field sobriety testing. We believe that these credentials, over 100 combined years of experience defending individuals, and our prosecution experience, make us a logical choice for your consideration in selecting a lawyer to defend your Manchester DWI. If you need legal representation for a drunk driving offense, please call us at 1-877-450-8301 for a free initial consultation.

Manchester Township

Manchester is the third largest township in Ocean County and encompasses more than 80 square miles and has a population of more than 40,000. It is also one of the most extensive retirement communities in the U.S. The township is most well known for encompassing the Lakehurst Naval Air Station, which is actually the site of the infamous Hindenburg crash back in 1937. Manchester encompasses several smaller communities including Crestwood Village, Leisure Village West-Pine Lake Park, Leisure Knoll, Cedar Glen Lakes, and Cedar Glen West.

Manchester Municipal Court Information:

If you are arrested in Manchester for a DWI, DUI, or Refusal then you will have to appear in the Manchester Township Municipal Court. The courthouse is located at 1 Colonial Drive, Manchester, NJ 08759 and the telephone number is (732) 657-8121 and the fax number is (732) 657-2440. The Court is open to hear DWI cases on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. and the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. The Municipal Court Judge is Phillip M. Miller and the Municipal Prosecutor is Valter Must. If you have any questions regarding your scheduled court appearance than contact the Court Administrator, Tracy A. Barcus.

Directions to Manchester Courthouse:

From the Garden State Parkway: Take the RT-70 (Exit 88) toward Lakehurst/Lakewood/Brick Twp.; Go about 0.3 miles and merge onto NJ-70 toward Lakewood/Manchester/Lakehurst; travel approx. 7.2 miles and right onto Colonial Dr.; go about 0.4 miles and end at 1 Colonial Dr. in Manchester.

From NJ-70: Travel east through the NJ-70/US-206 roundabout; follow NJ-70 north approx. 7.8 miles; at the Four Mile Circle roundabout, take NJ-70 east for approx. 19.1 miles and turn left onto Colonial Dr.; travel approx. 0.4 miles and end at 1 Colonial Dr. in Manchester.

More Helpful Information

The Manchester Police Station is located at 1 Colonial Drive, Manchester, NJ 08759 and the telephone number is (732) 657-6111. If you are calling to try and find out about records then contact the Police Record Officer, Pat Mongiardini at (732) 657-2009.