Marlboro DWI Lawyer

Former DWI Prosecutor in Monmouth County

The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall represents clients charged with drinking and driving in Marlboro, New Jersey. Jonathan F. Marshall is a former municipal court prosecutor in Monmouth County and is experienced in handling alcohol related offenses litigated in municipal court such as DWI, DUI, and refusal charges. The Monmouth County DWI attorneys at our firm are familiar with the municipal court in Marlboro and their police department and they are available immediately for a free initial consultation. An experienced DWI lawyer from our office will develop a comprehensive defense strategy to defend against your drunk driving charge.

Marlboro Township was incorporated on February 17, 1848. At the time of its incorporation, Marlboro had a population of about 1,500. By the 1880 census, that figure had grown to 2,200. After World War II, as the State started to build new roads and improve existing roads, the Township began to change from a rural to a suburban community. By the time of the 1980 census, Marlboro’s population had risen to 18,000, and in 1990, it had grown to 28,000. Today, it stands at well over 30,000.

Marlboro Municipal Court

The Municipal Courthouse of Marlboro is located at 1979 Township Drive, Marlboro, New Jersey 07746. The Municipal Court telephone number is (732) 536-0300. The Municipal Court hours are held every Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The municipal court judge in Marlboro is the Honorable Richard A. Gantner. The court administrator is Irene Moore. The prosecutor is John Lane, Esq. The number for the Marlboro Police Department is (732) 536-0100 and the police chief is Robert Holmes, Sr.

Marlboro New Jersey is located in Northern Monmouth County and is adjacent to Freehold, Holmdel, and Colts Neck. The major roadways in Marlboro are Route 79, Route 9, and State Highway 34. The municipal website for Marlboro which contains information on the municipal court is

Directions to the Municipal Courthouse

From the North: Garden State Parkway South (Stay right at the toll booth) to Exit 123, Exit onto Route 9 South. Take Route 9 South approximately 10 miles to Route 18 South (exit will be on Left side). Taje Route 18 South to First Exit (Route 520 / Tennent). Turn Left at top of ramp. At the third traffic light, turn Right onto Wyncrest Road and the Municipal Complex entrance is your fourth driveway on the right.

From the South: Garden State Parkway North to Exit 98. Stay to the extreme right and get onto Route 34 North. Continue on Route 34 North. At the traffic circle, go ¾ of the way around and continue on Route 34 North, past Earle Naval Weapons Station. Approximately ½ mile past Earle, exit right onto Route 18 North. Get off at the exit for Route 79 North (Matawan). Take Route 79 North to the first traffic light. Turn left onto School Road West. At the 2nd sharp right curve School Road becomes Wyncrest Road. The Municipal Complex entrance is the 1st driveway on the left.