Kenilworth Municipal Court
Simple Assault, Marijuana Possession, Obstructing, Disorderly Conduct or Another Charge in Kenilworth NJ
You would never know that Kenilworth Borough is in the bottom third of municipalities in Union County in terms of size and population by the court statistics in the town. Thousands of criminal charges and traffic violations are processed in the borough every year despite its ranking 17th in population. If you were charged with an offense in Kenilworth New Jersey, the Union NJ Office of Marshall Bonus Proetta & Oliver is well positioned to defend you with eight criminal lawyers on staff, several of whom are former prosecutors. A lawyer on our defense team, which has over 100 years of combined experience, is ready to defend you against any Kenilworth charge including:
- Simple Assault
- Marijuana Possession
- Obstructing the Administration of Law
- Resisting Arrest
- Disorderly Conduct
- Driving While Suspended
- Operating Without Insurance
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle
Don’t make the mistake of taking your charge too lightly only to walk out of court with a permanent criminal record, a suspension of your driver’s license or, worse yet, a county jail term. An attorney who has handled countless charges like yours is available immediately for a free consultation by calling 908-272-1700.
Kenilworth Municipal Court Information
Kenilworth Municipal Court, which is presided over by the Honorable Thomas A. Vitale, is located at 567 Boulevard, Kenilworth NJ 07033. The telephone number for the court is 908-276-1104. The Administrator is Joanne Szelingiewicz, with Debra Weiss acting as Deputy. The court is in session on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. Directions to Kenilworth Municipal Court and other helpful information can be found on its website by clicking here. Please note that the jurisdiction of the court is limited to disorderly persons offenses, municipal ordinance violations, traffic charges, and weights and measures cases. First, second, third and fourth degree crimes are indictable in nature and the proceedings in these types of cases are conducted at the Union County Superior Court.
Kenilworth NJ Criminal & Traffic Offenses
While Kenilworth Borough measures only 2.161 miles, its police department makes a considerable number of arrests each year. A large portion of the charges stem from state police stops on that portion of the Garden State Parkway falling within the municipality near Exit 138. The presence of major corporations like Schering-Plough and its successor, Merck, adds significant traffic and encounters giving rise to summonses and complaints. Over the one year period ending June 2014, 458 criminal complaints and 3,020 moving traffic violations had been issued, including driving while intoxicated (“DWI”) violations.
Kenilworth NJ Criminal Attorney
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