Netcong New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyers
Charges for disorderly persons offenses or theft in Netcong, NJ, will be heard by the Netcong Boro Municipal Court. Netcong, a Morris County municipality, sees a great deal of disorderly persons offenses year to year. Between 2012 an 2013, 125 disorderly persons and petty disorderly persons offenses were filed with the court. That equates to more than one every three days! Considering the size of Netcong, these numbers are rather shocking. In addition to theft or disorderly persons offense, the Netcong Municipal Court also handles traffic offenses that occur within the borders of Netcong Boro. With over 1,100 tickets being handed out in the past fiscal year, Netcong has seen a 36% increase in the rate of its traffic offenses. As all of these tickets continue to be administered, defendants may become victim to an overflowing court docket. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our attorneys can wade through the judicial dockets and ensure that each client receives a proper conclusion to their case. Our attorneys can be reached by phone at one of our Morris County offices at (973) 971-0030.
Netcong NJ Municipal Court Information
The Netcong Municipal Court is located at 23 Maple Ave., Netcong, N.J. 07857. The Netcong Court can be reached by phone, at (973) 347-0288, or by fax, (973) 347-2741. The Netcong Municipal Court violations bureau is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Court is in session only three times each month, including the first, second, and third Monday at 5 p.m.
Presiding Judge: Honorable John A. Paparazzo, J.M.C.
Municipal Prosecutor: Denis Driscoll, esq.
Court Administrator: Anne E. Sheridan
For more information, please visit http://www.netcong.org.
Netcong NJ Burglary and Theft Attorneys
According to New Jersey law, burglary is typically treated as a third degree offense, and can carry a 3-5 year prison sentence if convicted. However, if you have no prior criminal history, a probationary sentence is possible. You may also be eligible for New Jersey’s Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program.
In New Jersey, the state determines the severity of theft or fraud charges by calculating the value of the stolen property and the amount of force that was used in the theft. This calculation creates a sliding scale, allowing for a wide range of penalties. The attorneys of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall will aggressively defend you as we seek to get your charges reduced or dismissed in order to minimize your consequences.
Contact our Morristown or Parsippany offices anytime for a free initial consultation at (973)971-0030.