Middletown DWI Lawyer

Former DWI Prosecutor in Monmouth County

Our criminal defense lawyers represent individuals charged with drinking and driving offenses in Middletown, New Jersey. The Monmouth County DWI attorneys at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have considerable experience handling drunk driving cases in Middletown and is fully familiar with the Middletown Township Municipal Court and the Middletown Police Department. In fact, our lead attorney, Jonathan F. Marshall, was formerly the prosecutor of the adjacent municipality of Hazlet and has been a life long resident of the area. If you have been charged with a DWI, DUI or Refusal, call us immediately for a free initial consultation. An experienced criminal defense and DWI lawyer will draft a comprehensive defense strategy to your drunk driving charges based on the factual scenario of your case.

Monmouth County was organized into municipalities in 1693 when its three original townships were formed. One, Middletown, then embraced all of Monmouth County north of the Navesink River and east of Freehold Township. New Jersey’s early townships were too large for administrative ease and were divided by the 1840’s. Middletown was split in 1848 by the formation of Raritan Township, a section that included the future Holmdel, Hazlet and Aberdeen townships and the boroughs of Matawan, Keyport, Union Beach and most of Keansburg. Middletown Township’s borders later remained relatively stable, changing only for the secession of Atlantic Highlands and Highlands in 1887 and 1900 respectively, and for a few other minor adjustments.

Middletown Municipal Court

The Middletown Municipal Court is located at 1 Kings Highway, Middletown, New Jersey 07748. The Court meets on Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. An evening session is conducted on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. The telephone number for the Middletown Municipal Court is (732)615-2036 and the Middletown Police Department is (732)615-2100. The municipal court judges in Middletown are the Honorable Richard B. Thompson (Presiding) and Michael Pugliese. The court administrator is Kathleen P. Colby. The municipal court prosecutors are Francis Gilbertson, Esq. and Gerry Massell, Esq. The municipal website, which includes information regarding the municipal court, is located at www.middletownnj.org.

Middletown is known as the largest municipality in the State of New Jersey. It is located in Central Monmouth County and spans from the Bayshore to Colts Neck. Several major roadways traverse Middletown including State Highway 35, State Highway 36, and the Garden State Parkway.

Directions to the Middletown Municipal Courthouse

From the North: Garden State Parkway to Exit 114. Go through the toll plaza. Turn left at the traffic light onto Red Hill Road. Follow Red Hill Road to the end. Turn right onto Kings Highway. Town Hall is located on the left at 1 Kings Highway. (Corner of Rt. 35)

From the South: Garden State Parkway to Exit 114. Turn right at traffic light onto Red Hill Road. Follow Red Hill Road to the end. Turn right onto Kings Highway. Town Hall is located on the left at 1 Kings Highway. (Corner of Rt. 35)