Haddon Township Municipal Court

Criminal Defense Attorney in Haddon Township, NJ

Hiring an experienced NJ criminal defense attorney will give you the best chance for success when appearing in Haddon Township Municipal Court, whether you're challenging a disorderly persons offense, moving violation, or facing criminal charges. Joseph D. Lento is a New Jersey criminal defense lawyer with many years of experience representing clients in municipal court and he can help.

About Haddon Township, New Jersey

Home to approximately 15,700 people, Haddon Township sits in central Camden County, NJ, roughly 20 minutes southeast of downtown Philadelphia. Along with the neighboring communities of Haddon Heights and Haddonfield, this township derives its name from the Haddon family, who owned much of the land when this area was first settled by colonists. Today, Haddon Township offers residents a semi-rural lifestyle among the suburbs of Philadelphia.

About Haddon Township Municipal Court

Haddon Township Municipal Court convenes on the Second Floor of the Haddon Township Municipal Building, handling mostly traffic violations, local ordinance violations, and minor criminal offenses while more serious charges are typically transferred to the Camden County Superior Court. When Superior Court is not in session, the municipal court can also issue temporary emergency restraining orders. By a shared services agreement, Haddon Township Municipal Court also serves as the municipal court for nearby Audubon Park.

Haddon Township Municipal Court Contact Information:

Haddon Twp. Municipal Building (2nd Floor)

135 Haddon Ave., Haddon Township, NJ 08108

Municipal Court Judge: Hon. Robert A. Gleaner

Court Administrator: Mary Twisler-Soldano

Phone: 856-854-1176

Email: [email protected]

Why You Need Legal Representation in Haddon Township Municipal Court

Even if your charges appear to be minor, it is not a good idea to appear on your own behalf at municipal court because even minor offenses can lead to a fine, jail time, and a criminal record. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you achieve a better outcome than you would achieve on your own—whether it's providing clear evidence to exonerate you, negotiating for dismissal of the charges, or working toward reduced penalties. You may also be eligible for diversionary programs like Pretrial Intervention or Conditional Discharge, which can help you avoid a criminal history, and an experienced Haddon Township defense lawyer can assist with the application process to give you the best chance for acceptance into the program.

What We Can Do

Attorney Joseph D. Lento has successfully represented many defendants in New Jersey's municipal courts, including Haddon Township Municipal Court. We can assist with any of the following issues, among others:

  • Domestic violence
  • Traffic violations
  • DWI charges
  • Harassment
  • Simple assault
  • Disorderly behavior
  • Drug offenses
  • Criminal mischief
  • Restraining orders
  • Indictable offenses: e.g., Robbery, Aggravated Assault, and Firearm Charges

Call a Haddon Township Criminal Defense Lawyer Today

Attorney Joseph D. Lento can help you achieve the best possible outcome when appearing at Haddon Township Municipal Court. Call 888-535-3686 to learn more about how the Lento Law Firm can help.

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When it comes to criminal defense cases, you need the right person in your corner. To learn more about how Mr. Lento can help you, call the Lento Law Firm today at 888-535-3686. or contact him online.

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