Folsom Municipal Court

Criminal Defense Attorney in Folsom, NJ 

If you've been served with a court summons or citation to appear in Folsom Municipal Court for anything ranging from disorderly conduct to driving under the influence of alcohol, your lawyer's skills and experience may make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. Attorney Joseph D. Lento is a New Jersey criminal defense attorney with a long history of success helping defendants dealing with criminal charges in New Jersey's municipal courts, including in Folsom. He will work on your behalf to ensure that you receive the best possible result.   

Overview of Folsom, New Jersey 

Named after first lady Frances Folsom (wife of President Grover Cleveland), the small Borough of Folsom sits in northwest Atlantic County, formed from land taken from Buena Vista Township and incorporated in 1906. Today, Folsom's 1800 residents enjoy a small-town lifestyle surrounded by natural beauty within the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve. 

About Folsom Municipal Court   

As of Jan. 1, 2022, the Folsom Municipal Court has consolidated with the newly-opened Central Municipal Court of Atlantic County in Mays Landing. The court primarily deals with traffic and ordinance violations, as well as less serious disorderly persons charges that fall within the borough's authority. (Atlantic County Superior Court, also in Mays Landing, has jurisdiction over indictable offenses.) During holidays and off-hours, when the Superior Court is not in session, on-call municipal judges may issue emergency temporary restraining orders.  

Court Location and Contact Information:Court Contact Info: 

Atlantic County Government Complex 

5905 Main Street 

Mays Landing, NJ 08330 

Phone: (609) 909-5999 

Fax: (609) 909-5992 

Email: [email protected] 

Municipal Court Judges: Timothy P. Maguire, Michele C. Verno, Richard T. Fauntleroy, Howard E. Freed 

Court Administrator: Antoinette ““Toni”” Tummon 

Office Hours: Monday –  through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday  

Municipal Court Judges: Timothy P. Maguire, Michele C. Verno, Richard T. Fauntleroy, Howard E. Freed 

Court Administrator: Antoinette “Toni” Tummon

How a Good Attorney Can Help You in Municipal Court 

You might assume that minor offenses in municipal courts don't require an attorney, and that you can do just as well appearing on your own behalf. But not underestimate the possibility of severe penalties. Even minor offenses can lead to fines and jail time in New Jersey, not to mention generating a criminal record. This is especially likely if you don't have a good attorney representing you. An attorney with specific municipal court experience can often increase your chances of a favorable outcome, whether it's by negotiating for lesser penalties, downgraded charges, or even a complete dismissal of the case. If you're eligible for a diversionary program like Pre-Trial Intervention or Conditional Discharge, completion of such a program can result in dismissed charges and help you avoid a criminal record. An experienced attorney will know how to coordinate your application for the best results.  

The Lento Law Firm can assist you with all with all court-related matters in Folsom Municipal Court, including but not limited to: 

  • Traffic tickets/moving violations 
  • DWI 
  • Trespassing 
  • Assault 
  • Harassment 
  • Drug-related offenses 
  • Disorderly behavior 
  • Criminal mischief 
  • Indictable offenses 
  • Restraining orders 

Improve your chances of a favorable outcome at Folsom Municipal Court by hiring an experienced attorney to help you. To schedule a consultation, call the Lento Law Firm today at 888-535-3686. 

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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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