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Criminal Defense and DWI Defense Attorney in Bordentown, NJ

Criminal and Traffic Offense Lawyer Representing Clients in Bordentown Municipal Court

Here at the Law Offices of Michele Finizio, we understand that being charged with a criminal offense — even a minor one — in Bordentown, New Jersey can be a frightening and emotionally overwhelming concern for many defendants. Depending on the aggressiveness of the prosecutor pursuing such charges, you could be challenged with criminal liability that includes jail time, fines, loss of licensure, and a permanent mark on your record. Though the consequences may not be as severe as those associated with a felony charge, in truth, conviction for a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) can still damage your reputation in your community and seriously undermine your ability to seek new job opportunities.

If your case is heard in Bordentown Municipal Court, you’re already at an advantage. Municipal courts generally hear cases relating to lesser offenses, including but not necessarily limited to disorderly persons offenses, DWI offenses, traffic offenses, petty disorderly persons offenses, and minor municipal violations. These cases are typically heard quickly and do not involve a jury trial, thus minimizing the concern of a drawn-out dispute. Further, jail sentences are rare, and are limited to a 180-day maximum, while those who wish to have their record expunged may be provided a fast-track procedure for doing so.

Have you been charged with a lesser criminal offense or a traffic violation in Bordentown, New Jersey? Bordentown criminal defense attorney Michele Finizio can help.

Minimize or Avoid Liability for Minor Criminal Offenses and DWI Charges in Bordentown, NJ

The Law Offices of Michele Finizio provides comprehensive criminal defense representation to clients who have been charged with an offense that will be heard in Bordentown Municipal Court, which may include lesser offenses such as:

Why Choose to Work with Bordentown Criminal Lawyer Michele Finizio?

Bordentown criminal defense attorney Michele Finizio more than a decade of experience representing criminal defendants in litigation, including cases that involve disorderly persons offenses, petty offenses, traffic offenses, DWI offenses, and other issues that are typically heard in municipal court. Her consistent and extensive track record of success speaks volumes about the quality of legal representation afforded to her clients. Over the years, Michele Finizio has represented thousands of clients in a range of criminal and traffic litigation throughout the state of New Jersey and in Bordentown itself. She is therefore particularly well-positioned to help you develop a winning case strategy.

Contact an Experienced Bordentown Criminal Defense Attorney for Further Guidance

If you’ve been charged with a minor offense — such as a disorderly persons offense, petty disorderly persons offense, DWI offense, traffic offense, or violation of a municipal ordinance — then your case may be heard in Bordentown Municipal Court. We encourage you to contact the Law Offices of Michele Finizio for further assistance. Bordentown criminal defense attorney Michele Finizio will evaluate the charges that have been brought against you and will work with you to develop a strong defense.

Call (856) 242-7300 or submit an online claim form through our website to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

Bordentown Municipal Court Information

Bordentown Municipal Court is located at:

1 Municipal Drive
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Phone: 609-298-2802
Fax: 609-291-9324

The Bordentown Municipal Court is a shared court that handles cases from both Bordentown Township and the City of Bordentown. It is open Monday through Friday, 9:00AM-4:30PM.

  • Court Administrator: Suzanne McCanney
  • Judge: Hon. Joseph P. Montalto and Hon. Dennis P. McInerney

For more information check out their website: Bordentown Municipal Court

About Bordentown, NJ

Bordentown is a small city in Burlington County, NJ, located within the Philadelphia metropolitan area. With a population of just 3,924, Bordentown has — over recent decades — reduced significantly in size, though it boasts a rich and proud heritage, particularly with regard to the Revolutionary War era and the following decades. Thomas Paine lived in Bordentown, as did Clara Barton (founder of the American Red Cross) and Joseph Bonaparte (brother of Napoleon Bonaparte and later prince of France). Today, Bordentown is popular among area residents and visitors for its quaint, locally-owned boutique shops and its authentic Italian-American cuisine.

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