Cedar Grove Municipal Court Lawyer
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Crimes arising out of Cedar Grove are handled in either the Cedar Grove Municipal Court or the Essex County Superior Court. Essex County Superior Court is located at 50 West Market Street in Newark, NJ. Non-indictable offenses (disorderly persons offenses) arising out of Cedar Grove are handled in the Cedar Grove Municipal Court, which is located at 525 Pompton Ave. Judge Brindisi presides over the Court. Marijuana possession, underage drinking, disorderly persons offenses and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are regularly handled in the Cedar Grove Municipal Court. The Cedar Grove Municipal Court handles a wide range of matters that can be divided into a few main categories.
Directions to Cedar Grove Municipal Court (Town Hall)
-From Rt. 23 South, travel nine traffic lights (3 miles) at 10th light Town Hall is on the left.
-From 280 west to exit 8-B (Prospect Ave.) Eleven lights at the twelfth light Town Hall is on the right.
-From Rt. 3 west, merge onto US 46 west, take the ramp towards Great Notch/Cedar Grove Merge onto Notch Road Turn slight left onto Riflecamp Road, turn right onto Notch Road, turn left onto Long Hill Road. Stay straight to go onto Ridge Road, turn right onto Cedar Street, turn right onto Pompton Ave./Rt 23. Town Hall is on the right.
The three main categories of offenses handled at the Cedar Grove Municipal Court are set forth below.
If you find yourself charged with any one of these offenses, you should seek the advice of an experienced New Jersey Municipal Court Attorney. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our attorneys possess the knowledge, skill and experience to handle all Cedar Grove municipal court matters. Gary Grabas, Casey Woodruff and Robert C. Rowbotham, II are all former Prosecutors. Jon M. Bramnick is a New Jersey “Super Lawyer” with over 30 years of trial experience.
For a free consultation, contact us at 973.273.0023. We can be reached 24 hours a day.