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Marlboro NJ Criminal Lawyers

Monmouth County NJ criminal lawyers, Schwartz and Posnock, have successfully defended virtually every municipal court offense for over 31 years. The charges we routinely handle in Marlboro Municipal Court include every type of disorderly persons offenses including shoplifting, disorderly conduct, harassment, obstruction, domestic violence, simple assault, drug possession, marijuana possession, underage drinking, and every type of traffic matter including driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI), driving while suspended, speeding, reckless driving, careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident; and failure to report an accident.

They are certainly familiar with appearing in Marlboro Municipal Court as well as other Municipal Courts in the area.

Marlboro Municipal Court

The Marlboro Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all traffic matters that occur within the boundary of Marlboro Township, as well as all disorderly persons offenses and Township ordinance violations. It has all the functions, powers, duties and jurisdictions conferred upon municipal courts by the provisions of N.J.S.A 2A:8-1.

The Marlboro Township Municipal Court has one Municipal Judge appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Township Council. Judge James M. Newman was appointed January 1, 2012.

Court Sessions: Thursdays ONLY

  • 9:00 AM First Appearances
  • 10:00 AM Attorney represented cases
  • 11:00 AM Pro-Se cases

The Marlboro Municipal Court has a Municipal Court Administrator and one or more Deputy Administrators who are appointed by the Mayor. The Municipal Court Administrator and the Deputy Administrators are responsible for:

  • Carrying out the rules, regulations, policies and procedures relating to the operation of the Court.
  • Interviewing and speaking to prospective complainants and receiving complaints and dispensing information relating to Court matters.
  • Maintaining the financial records of the Court and entering them in the docket; arranging trial calendars; signing Court documents; and preparing and issuing warrants and sufficiency and equity; and receiving and accounting for fines and costs.
  • Interviewing persons to determine if there is a basis for formal action and, if necessary, issue summonses requiring Court appearances; maintaining and classifying records and files.

Feel free to contact Schwartz & Posnock if you are in need of a Matawan NJ criminal lawyer.
For further details on our practice please visit our main criminal lawyers site.

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