Arrested In New Brunswick?
Getting arrested is one of life’s most traumatic experiences. The emotions that follow an arrest range from anxiety to anger and frustration. During these troubling times you need the help of a professional criminal lawyer. At Roberts & Teeter we have handled countless cases involving DWI, drug possession, theft, resisting arrest, traffic violations, and disorderly persons. Our team of criminal lawyers will work with you to create a plan that aims to cast a reasonable doubt on the prosecutions case. To set up a free consultation please call (732) 607-5553.Student & Military Discounts
New Brunswick Criminal Lawyers
An arrest in New Brunswick, NJ can carry serious consequences including fines, probation, community service, and jail time. Our New Brunswick criminal attorneys will review every angle of your arrest looking to form an aggressive plan that aims to have your charges dismissed or significantly downgraded. After being arrested it is important that you act immediately and take control of your case. The sooner you hire a criminal lawyer the more time they have to review the facts of your case and build a plan to get the best possible results.
New Brunswick Municipal Court
After being arrested New Brunswick Police will issue you a summons. If you take a closer look you will notice that your court date has already been set. If you have any questions or concerns about your court date you must contact the court several days in advance. New Brunswick Municipal Court is located at 25 Kirkpatrick Street in New Brunswick, NJ 08901. To contact the court by telephone call (732) 745-5089 or visit the New Brunswick Municipal Court Website.
New Brunswick has 2 judges that preside over matters. Judge Philip A. Borow and Judge Mary H. Casey preside over the court. The court administrators are Kim Milligan, Marlina Papotto, and Moira Appicelli. New Brunswick Municipal Court is held on Monday at 8:45 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 4:45 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m., and on Thursday at 8:45 a.m and 12:30 p.m.
Rutgers University DWI & Criminal Charges
Getting arrested as a student in New Brunswick has serious consequences. A criminal offense for possession of marijuana, DWI, theft, and assault carries penalties that can hinder your career opportunities, substantial fines, and loss of scholarships and grants. If you are arrested as a student do not hesitate to call us (732) 607-5553 for a free consultation. During our free initial consultation our criminal defense lawyers will work with you to examine your case and create an aggressive plan to get your case dismissed or substantially reduce the penalties. Special Discounts for Students and Military Personal is Available