Criminal Defense Trial Team Handles Burglary, Shoplifting, and Robbery
Criminal trial lawyers have successfully represented clients in Boonton Township Municipal Court and Morris County Superior Court with charges including but not limited to: traffic offenses, drunk driving (DWI), driving under the influence (DUI), shoplifting, marijuana possession, simple assault, aggravated assault, harassment, stalking, disorderly conduct, larceny and burglary within and around the Boonton area. If you or a loved one has recently experienced a criminal charge, indictment or have been subject to any traffic offense, contact our experienced Boonton Township criminal defense lawyers anytime for a free initial consultation at 973-971-0030.
Why should I choose the Law Offices of Jonathan Marshall to represent me?
With offices located in Morristown and Parsippany, our offices are conveniently located to serve all of Morris County. Most importantly though, our unique strategy of employing a criminal trial team composed of former municipal prosecutors with over 100 years of combined experience handling all matters criminal, has been a major contributing factor for so many of our success stories. Many Boonton Township traffic offenses and criminal offenses can have a negative long-term effect on your driving record and may even lead to loss of your driver's license, fines or jail time. As a result, before a charge or an arrest becomes a permanent record contact an experienced firm with proven criminal defense strategies and the techniques to win.
Boontown Township Municipal Court Information
The Boonton Township Municipal Court is located at 155 Powerville Road, Boonton Township, New Jersey 07005-8729. The main telephone number for the court is 973-402-4006. The fax number is 973-402-4013. The Honorable Judge Helen J. Zanetakos is the presiding judge. The court administrator is Joan Egan.
The court is in session every second Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.
Boonton Township Theft Charges: Shoplifting, Larceny, Burglary
The criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have the experience necessary to provide an aggressive defense to any client arrested for, charged with, or under investigation for any theft crime. In New Jersey, the degree of the crime will have a significant impact on how a case proceeds. Burglary, robbery and theft by deceptions charges are aggressively prosecuted as second degree crimes in Morris County. A second-degree crime in NJ is considered to have a presumption of imprisonment. This means if you are found guilty, you will be sent to prison, from anywhere between 5 - 10 years. A third degree criminal offense in New Jersey on the other hand, allows for a broader and more lenient range of penalties from non-custodial probation (i.e., probation without jail time), to up to 5 years in prison.
For a free initial consultation with your Morris County criminal charges, please contact any of our offices at (973)971-0030.