Runnemede Criminal Lawyers
The Borough of Runnemede is a Camden County municipality with plenty of action when it comes to criminal and traffic charges. Almost 2,500 motor vehicle violations were issued in community during the 2015-16 court year. The numbers for indictable crimes and disorderly persons offenses were also significant with over 500 criminal complaints issued. If you were charged with DWI, possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, simple assault or any other infraction in Runnemede, we can help you. Our firm, Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, has over 100 years experience handling cases like yours. The lawyers on our team make up one of the largest defense staffs in the state with several former prosecutors in our employment. To secure a comprehensive review of the facts and legal issues in your case, contact our office in Cherry Hill for a immediate free consultation. An attorney is available 24/7 at 856-662-8300.
Runnemede Municipal Court Information
The Runnemede Municipal Court is located at 24 North Black Horse Pike, Runnemede, NJ 08078. The municipal court is open for every weekday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Court Administrator, Theresa Barry, and the her staff are available during these hours for walk in business or by telephone at 856-939-5252. Two court sessions are held each month to resolve all cases falling without the limited jurisdiction of the court. These hearings are conducted on the second and fourth Monday of the month at 4:00 p.m. Honorable Nicolas F. Trabosh serves as the municipal court judge in the Borough of Runnemede. He is obligated to follow certain directives from the Administrative Office of the Courts. One such edict is that there be no plea bargaining to resolve a driving while intoxicated or any variety of drug charge. In order to avoid a conviction and mandatory penalties that apply to these types of offenses, you must persuade the court that the case against you is defective.
Although municipal court criminal charges in Runnemede are limited to misdemeanors, do not be confused into think that the potential consequences are significant. A conviction for resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia or even obstructing the administration of law results in a county jail sentence that can reach six months. There is also significant fines and court assessments that apply. And whenever the offense relates to drugs, it carries a mandatory driver’s license suspension of at least six months. This revocation is in addition to whatever period that may be imposed for possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. These stakes make it essential for you to have representation from a skilled defense attorney when confronted by a criminal offense in Runnemede Municipal Court.
Runnemede Criminal Defense Attorney
The message that all of this should send is that you need a savvy criminal defense attorney if you have been charged in Runnemede. Failure to effectively defend almost any offense, even a driving without insurance or driving without insurance, can seriously effect you. The lawyers at Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver are armed with the skills necessary to insure you have every chance of escaping negative ramifications. For a free initial consultation with one of the attorneys on our team, call 856-662-8300.