Criminal Defense and DWI Defense Attorney in Medford, NJ
Criminal and Traffic Ticket Lawyer Representing Clients in Medford Municipal Court
If you’ve received a complaint from Medford Municipal Court you’re not alone. Like all municipal courts in New Jersey, Medford Municipal Court has responsibility for everything from violations of motor vehicle & traffic laws (Title 39) to minor criminal offenses (like simple assault) that may result in a fine or jail time. It also has responsibility for municipal ordinance offenses (like building code offenses) as well as fish, game and boating violations. In addition, some more serious criminal complaints— like robbery and auto theft—start in Municipal Court but are transferred to Superior Court. These more serious offenses, sometimes referred to as indictable offenses, are sent to the County Prosecutor’s Office; at that point the County Prosecutor has the discretion to send the case to a Grand Jury or back to the Municipal Court.
At the Law Offices of Michele Finizio we’ve found that Municipal Court workers almost always provide quality service, but there is a limit to how much they can help you or any other defendant. Generally speaking, court staffers can answer questions about how the court works, provide information from your case file, provide guidance as to how to fill out forms, and possibly answer questions about court deadlines. Medford Municipal Court even has a Frequently Asked Questions page on its Web site, as well as a page that explains What Happens on Your Day in Court.
But you probably have a lot of questions that pertain to your particular case and the circumstances surrounding it. At the Law Offices of Michele Finizio we know that those questions are best addressed by a reputable attorney who can provide legal advice informed by years of experience handling similar cases. For example, a lawyer with extensive experience in Medford Municipal Court can help you decide whether to bring your case to court, and also advocate on your behalf and speak with the judge and prosecutor about your case.
So if you’ve received a complaint from Medford Municipal Court we encourage you to contact the Law Offices of Michele Finizio for a free, no obligation consultation. Our fees are reasonable and we provide strong yet compassionate representation to our clients. In fact, we have successfully represented countless individuals in Medford Municipal Court over the course of the past twelve years, including clients charged with many of the offenses listed in the section immediately below.
Criminal Defense Lawyer Helps Fight DWI and DUI Charges in Medford, NJ
The Law Offices of Michele Finizio provide representation to clients who have been charged with criminal and petty offenses heard in New Jersey municipal courts, including Medford Municipal Court. These include violations of the motor vehicle and traffic laws found in Title 39 of the New Jersey Statutes, as well as disorderly and petty disorderly persons offenses. Past defendants we’ve represented have been charged with crimes like:
- DWI (driving while intoxicated)
- DUI (driving under influence)
- DUID (driving under influence of drugs)
- Drug possession
- Drug paraphernalia possession
- Marijuana possession
- Simple assault
- Resisting arrest
- Disorderly conduct
- Running a red light
- Reckless driving
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Speeding in a school zone
- Speeding tickets
- Passing a stopped school bus
- Making an illegal turn or illegal U-turn
- Illegal lane changes
- Driving with an expired inspection sticker
Why Choose to Work With Medford, NJ Criminal Lawyer Michele Finizio?
The Law Offices of Michele Finizio provides strong, aggressive representation for our clients, and over the years we have successfully defended thousands of criminal defendants in municipal courts throughout the state of New Jersey, including Medford Municipal Court. We offer a free consultation in which we review the charges against you, as well as the unique circumstances surrounding your case. Our clients appreciate our reasonable fees and the availability of custom payment plans. We accept major credit cards from Visa®, Mastercard® and American Express®.
Contact an Experienced Medford, NJ Criminal Defense Attorney
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense or have received a traffic ticket in Medford, NJ we encourage you to reach out to the Law Offices of Michele Finizio. An attorney will work with you throughout the process and help resolve your case as quickly as possible. Contact us online to schedule a free, confidential, no obligation consultation. We pride ourselves on returning calls promptly and on making ourselves available outside of our offices, which are located on East Main Street in Moorestown across from the Moorestown Community Center. Weekend and evening appointments are available, and home visits or visits to the hospital or county jail can also be arranged.
Medford Township Municipal Court Information
Located in the:
Medford Municipal Building
91 Union St.
Medford, NJ 08055
Judge: Peter C. Lange, Jr.
Court Administrator: Stacy McBride, CMCA
Office hours are Monday through Friday 9AM to 4PM (unless otherwise posted)
Court is in session:
The first Wednesday of every month beginning at 4:00PM
The second Wednesday of every month beginning at 8:30AM
The third and fourth Thursdays of every month beginning at 8:30AM
For more information visit Medford Township’s Municipal Court page.
About Medford, NJ
Medford is a township in Burlington County, NJ (incorporated 1847) with a total area of approximately 40 square miles and a population of nearly 25,000 people. A portion of the municipality is part of the Pinelands National Reserve, a protected natural area that was established as the country’s first National Reserve in 1978.
The township also features Historic Medford Village, whose main street is lined with gift shops, boutiques and restaurants, and Medford hosts many annual special events, including an Art, Music & Wine Festival (June), the Apple Festival (October), a Halloween Parade, and the Dickens Festival (December). There are also a plethora of agri-tourism opportunities in the area, with wineries and pick-your-own organic produce farms popular with locals and visitors alike. In 2000, Medford was featured in National Geographic’s Guide to Small Town Escapes, the only town in the state of New Jersey to be included.