Seaside Heights Criminal & Traffic Offenses
Criminal Defense Lawyer & Former Prosecutor
Seaside Heights is the destination of choice for friends and family alike “heading down the shore” for summer vacation. This relatively quiet New Jersey shore town of around 3000 year-round residents, transforms into a bustling summer hotspot, welcoming up to 40,000 visitors on the weekends. With all the fun, trouble sometimes follows. The lawyers at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall understand that lapses in judgment can lead to serious legal consequences. Our criminal defense attorneys, including a former Prosecutor in several local municipalities, represent individuals arrested and charged with all criminal and motor vehicle offenses, including Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Seaside Heights. Every defense lawyer at our firm puts his experience to work for you and makes sure that your case receives the attention it deserves. Convictions for even a “minor offense” may lead to unforeseen consequences, including difficulty obtaining employment, so a knowledgeable defense attorney is a must in our view. If you have been arrested in Seaside Heights, contact our office today. The following is information which we have provided concerning Seaside Heights Municipal Court charges.
Seaside Heights Municipal Court
The Seaside Heights Municipal Court hears what are typically thought of as less serious, “non-indictable” misdemeanor charges. However, a conviction for a criminal offense, a traffic violation, DWI, or a municipal ordinance violation may lead to imprisonment, long term financial obligations, and a permanent record that may interfere with obtaining employment. There are certain offenses that are charged more frequently than others in Seaside Heights. Please follow the links that we have provided to the New Jersey Criminal Statutes and Seaside Heights Code for some of the more common violations. These offenses include Open Container/Drinking in Public, Underage Drinking, Possession of Drugs, including Marijuana, Fighting, Assault, Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Public Intoxication, Noise Violations, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Shoplifting, Resisting Arrest, Hindering or Fleeing Police, Public Urination, criminal mischief, hindering, harassment, etc. Our criminal defense attorneys are available 24 hours a day to discuss any of these charges with you and initial consultations are free of charge.
The Seaside Height Municipal Court is Located at 116 Sherman Avenue, Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The phone number for the court is 732-830-2202. The Honorable Damian Murray is the presiding judge. The Court Administrator is Jane Carrozza. Additional information for the Borough of Seaside Heights Municipal Court can be obtained at http://www.seaside-heightsnj.org/index.html.
Directions to Seaside Heights Municipal Court
Directions to Seaside Heights Municipal Court: Take the Garden State Parkway to exit #81 onto Lakehurst Blvd. Take a sharp right onto Cr-547 for 0.6 mi. Turn left onto Main Street for 0.1 mi. Turn Right on WASHINGTON ST for 2.0 mi Bear Right on RT-37 E -for 4.2 mi. Take Left ramp onto RT-35 N toward SEASIDE HTS/PT PLEASANT for 0.4 mi. Take ramp onto BAY BLVD toward SEASIDE HTS. for 0.2 mi. Turn Right on GRANT AVE for 0.1 mi. Turn Left on BARNEGAT AVE. Turn Right on SHERMAN AVE for 0.2 mi. Arrive at 116 SHERMAN AVE, SEASIDE HEIGHTS, on the Left.
If you have been arrested in Seaside Heights and charged with a criminal or municipal offense, do not hesitate to call our office and speak with a criminal defense lawyer. An attorney will be happy to explain the law, explain the charges against you, discuss the lawfulness of your arrest, and answer any other questions that you may have. Our criminal attorneys are always happy to speak to prospective clients.
The criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall defends individuals charged with criminal and traffic offense in Seaside Heights Municipal Court, 116 Sherman Avenue, Seaside Heights, NJ, including those arrested for Assault, Simple Assault, Disorderly Conduct, Hindering, Resisting Arrest, Fleeing an Officer, Harassment, Possession of Drugs, including Marijuana, Shoplifting, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Criminal Mischief, and DWI.