New Jersey Municipal Courts Attorney
Individuals who are accused of a crime in New Jersey will likely have their case handled by either the Superior Court or a Municipal Court. Municipal courts typically handle less serious criminal offenses like traffic violations and misdemeanor crimes. However, if you’re the one facing charges, they likely seem very serious to you.
If you have been summoned to appear before a Municipal Court, you may have many questions about the process and what to expect from your case. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to stand up for your rights in Municipal Court.
Criminal defense lawyer Jason A. Volet represents people who are facing criminal charges in Municipal Court. As a former assistant prosecutor in Monmouth County, he knows how the prosecution operates.
Mr. Volet’s objectives are the same as yours – to fight to prevent a conviction and seek the most favorable outcome possible under the law in your case. Examples of his credentials include:
- Certification by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney.
- Over 15 years of experience in handing all types of criminal charges, including cases in Municipal Court.
- Experience as a former assistant prosecutor in Monmouth County.
- Track record of handling more than 2,000 cases as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney.
- A law practice that concentrates only on criminal defense.
At the Law Office of Jason A. Volet in Freehold or Neptune, we fight for clients inside and outside the municipal courtroom. Our New Jersey municipal court attorneys are ready to help explain your legal options and formulate your defense.
Talk to Mr. Volet now so he can review your circumstances and advise you about your best legal options. The confidential consultation is absolutely free and completely without further obligations.
Contact Jason A. Volet now to discuss your Municipal Court case.
Examples of Municipal Court Offenses in New Jersey
Municipal courts generally handle simple offenses, and the majority of crimes in New Jersey are prosecuted in this kind of court. Municipal courts often handle criminal charges including:
- Traffic violations
- Check fraud
- Basic assault crimes
- Civic ordinance violations
- Environmental crimes
More serious crimes may fall under the jurisdiction of superior courts rather than municipal courts. However, even relatively minor offenses deserve a strong legal defense. It is critical to get help from an experienced New Jersey Municipal Court lawyer to discuss your legal options and prepare your defense.
Discuss Your Case With a New Jersey Municipal Court Attorney
Protect your future with help from a qualified criminal defense attorney. Although the penalties associated with criminal charges heard in Municipal Court are not as severe as indictable offenses heard in Superior Court, they can still have a major impact on your finances, your reputation and your relationships. Don’t trust your future to an inexperienced lawyer.
New Jersey criminal defense attorney Jason A. Volet has handled more than 2,000 criminal cases as both a prosecutor and a defense lawyer. He fights aggressively for the rights of clients facing charges in Municipal Court in Monmouth County and Middlesex County.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges in Municipal Court, contact the criminal defense team at the Law Office of Jason A. Volet, LLC, now. We will take prompt action in your defense and will be by your side every step of the way to fight for your best interests.
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“Mr. Volet got me off on a conditional discharge. I am extremely happy with Mr. Volets work on my behalf.”– Robert