MUNICIPAL COURT & TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS
Fighting Municipal Court Charges
Since 1929, the New Jersey law firm of Johnson & Johnson in Dover has served the legal needs of residents in Sussex and Morris counties. As hometown attorneys, we personally know the local laws, courts, and our colleagues in the legal community. We are recognized for our professional representation, individualized attention, and prompt response to clients’ needs.
Even a conviction for traffic violations or minor crimes can bring consequences such as fines, driver license suspension, points, and jail time. Our experienced attorneys know how important it is to build and present a solid defense against every charge. With proper representation and effective arguments, charges may be reduced or even dismissed. If not, we are prepared to take your case to trial.
Protecting Your Rights And Reputation
We will do our best in representing you, thoroughly going over every detail. Municipal court is divided into three areas, each dealing with a different category of violations and complaints issues that include:
Citizens’ complaints and neighborhood disputes often involve more than the immediate problem. It is important to consider the potential results of filing a complaint and to then balance that with the degree to which your liberties have been disregarded. Our attorneys are well versed in the intent and process of handling citizens’ complaints. We recognize that each side has rights, and we are ready to represent either the complainant or the defendant.
Schedule A Free Consultation With Us
For three generations, Johnson & Johnson in Dover, New Jersey, has provided professional legal representation for our friends and neighbors in Morris and Sussex counties. We are known for our personalized service, individualized attention, and prompt response. If you face municipal court and traffic violations, we are ready to represent you. Please contact us — your hometown law firm. For a free initial consultation, Call us at (973) 993-3131 to set up an appointment.