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Municipal Court Work in Monmouth County
Our New Jersey lawyers can handle your Municipal Court case.
The attorneys at Amdur, Maggs & Dugan can provide you with legal assistance for Municipal Court cases. The Municipal Courts are given “limited jurisdiction,” which means they can only make rulings or judgments for minor offenses. Sometimes serious criminal cases pass through the Municipal Courts first in the form of a filed complaint, but they will eventually get sent to the Superior Court for the full court proceeding. The majority of New Jersey citizens who are charged with an offense will find themselves at the Municipal Courts.
The Municipal Courts of New Jersey handle offenses that are considered minor, including:
- Moving Violations (Such as speeding)
- Traffic violations
- Disorderly conduct
- Minor criminal offenses such as simple assault
- Violating local laws
Legal Representation for Municipal Court Cases
Our attorneys can defend you in Municipal Courts if you’ve been charged with an offense. We can negotiate on your behalf or, if you intend to contest the accusation and pursue a Trial in your defense, this option is also available to you. Our experienced trial attorneys can help defend you against wrongful charges and fight for the best possible outcome.
We have years of experience defending the rights of wronged individuals and victims of misconduct, and will fight on your behalf for justice and/or compensation.
Contact our experienced Monmouth County attorneys today for a consultation regarding the legal matter you face. With 50 years of combined legal experience, our lawyers are prepared to handle your case.
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