Englishtown Municipal Court

Criminal Defense Attorney in Englishtown, NJ

If you've been summoned to appear in Englishtown Municipal Court to face such issues as DWI, traffic infractions, or a disorderly persons offense, the assistance of an experienced New Jersey criminal defense lawyer can significantly improve the likelihood of a positive resolution to your case. Joseph D. Lento and his Criminal Defense Team have an established track record of successfully defending clients in the New Jersey municipal court system, including Englishtown. They are committed to preserving your legal rights and striving for the most beneficial result in your case.

Englishtown, New Jersey

Located in western Monmouth County, the small-but-growing Borough of Englishtown is named for James English, one of the first colonists to settle here in the late 1600s. Englishtown also served as a coordination point for General George Washington during the Battle of Monmouth in the Revolutionary War, and the historic Village Inn stands today as the Headquarters for the Battleground Historical Society. Today, Englishtown offers its 2300 residents a pleasant, small-town vibe amidst the busy NYC suburbs.

Englishtown Municipal Court

Englishtown Municipal Court convenes at the Municipal Building on Main Street. The court primarily handles traffic violations, ordinance breaches, and disorderly conduct offenses within the borough, while indictable offenses are referred to the Monmouth County Superior Court in Freehold Borough. During public holidays and weekends when the Superior Court offices are closed, the Municipal Judge is empowered to issue emergency temporary restraining orders as required.

Court Location and Contact Information:

Englishtown Municipal Court

15 Main Street

Englishtown, NJ 07726-1544

Phone: (732) 446-4457

Fax: (732) 446-4979

Email: [email protected]

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

Municipal Court Judge: James M. Newman

Court Administrator: Lisa A. Langlois

The Need for Legal Representation in Englishtown Municipal Court

Regardless of the perceived severity of your charges, it's crucial to engage a competent criminal defense lawyer to safeguard your interests when appearing in Municipal Court. Even minor offenses in New Jersey can lead to serious repercussions, including hefty fines, incarceration, and a damaging criminal record. Attending court without legal representation raises the risk of receiving a harsher sentence. A seasoned attorney can develop an effective legal plan to minimize the penalties linked to your case. They can advocate for your acquittal, negotiate for penalty reductions, mitigate the charges against you, and possibly even secure a dismissal of charges. If you're eligible for a diversionary program like Pre-Trial Intervention or Conditional Discharge, your lawyer can also guide you through the application process, improving your chances of success.

The Lento Law Firm is prepared to handle all matters related to the Englishtown Municipal Court, including:

  • Traffic infractions
  • DWI
  • Minor assaults
  • Vandalism incidents
  • Harassment
  • Drug-related charges
  • Restraining orders
  • Diversionary programs
  • Indictable offenses

Don't risk your future by attending Englishtown Municipal Court without legal representation. Joseph D. Lento and his Criminal Defense Team are committed to defending your legal rights and securing the most positive outcome possible. For more information, contact the Lento Law Firm at 888-535-3686 today.

​​​Contact The Lento Law Firm Today

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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