The New Jersey Municipal Courts
New Jersey has 530 Municipal Courts, which collectively handle approximately 6.5 million cases each year. Each court handles cases within its own boundaries. Municipal Courts have limited jurisdiction in the cases they handle. These courts often preside over less serious offenses, such as ordinance violations, motor vehicle and parking ticket cases. Criminal charges that are more serious in nature are generally heard at the Superior Court level.
Call an Experienced New Jersey Traffic Ticket Attorney
If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged in New Jersey, you should immediately contact an experienced traffic ticket attorney to begin working on your case.
New Jersey traffic ticket attorney Dan Matrafajlo has years of experience defending New Jersey drivers in all New Jersey Municipal Courts, including the Sayreville Municipal Court, the Elizabeth Municipal Court, the Newark Municipal Court, the Perth Amboy Municipal Court and the Rahway Municipal Court. Call (908) 248-4404 today to learn how he can help you defend your case.