Springfield Municipal Court
Springfield NJ Criminal Attorneys
Although Springfield Township may best be known as the home of Baltusrol Golf Club, the town is actually a vibrant community measuring over 5 square miles, with 15,817 residents. With major highways like Interstate 78 and US Route 22, Springfield also has a large influx of non-resident traffic as well. If you were stopped on a roadway in Springfield or came in contact with the Springfield NJ Police by any other means, you probably were issued a criminal or traffic violation. This would not be surprising in view of the fact that almost 18,000 complaints are issued in the town every year. While most of these violations are heard in the Springfield Municipal Court, more serious criminal cases, those involving indictable crimes of the first, second, third, and fourth degree will be heard at Central Judicial Processing at the Union County Superior Court.
Our attorneys are adapt in defending all Springfield criminal and traffic offenses including those involving allegations of DWI, assault and possession of marijuana and other forms of controlled dangerous substance (“cds”). We are former prosecutors with over 100 years of experience handling criminal cases in Springfield and other courts in Union County. The eight lawyers on the defense team at Marshall Bonus Proetta & Oliver know the best approaches to obtain a favorable outcome so that things do not turn into the “battle of Springfield”. Call our office 24/7 to reach a lawyer for a free consultation.
Springfield Municipal Court
Address : 100 Mountain Avenue (2nd Floor), Springfield, NJ 07081-1702
Phone : 973-912-2213; Fax: 973-912-2287
Court Administrator : Mary Jo Banchansky
Court Sessions : Mondays at 5:00 p.m.
Judge : Honorable Jonathan Rosenbluth
Prosecutor : Moshood Mufau, Esq.
Court Code : 2017
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Direction to court click here
Criminal & Traffic Charges in Springfield Municipal Court
If your offense stems from a motor vehicle stop and/or car search, the greatest probability is that your encountered with police was on Interstate 78 or US Route 22, although there is also significant police activity on local roadways like Morris Avenue, Mountain Avenue and Springfield Avenue. Non-automobile related cases including simple assault, harassment, disorderly conduct and shoplifting charges, can arise just about anywhere in the municipality. When these charges fall within the grade of a disorderly persons offense, they fall under the jurisdiction of the Springfield Municipal Court, The same is true for every motor vehicle summons or ticket issued within the borders of the township, for example, those for speeding, driving while suspended, possession of cds in a motor vehicle, driving without insurance and the like. When someone is charged with a fourth degree crime or higher (e.g. first degree, second degree or third degree), for example, drug possession (other than 50 grams or less of marijuana), burglary or aggravated assault, the case falls outside the authority of the Springfield Municipal Court. If you are charged with such an offense, your matter will be sent to the Union County Superior Court in Elizabeth for resolution.
Springfield NJ Criminal Attorney
Whether you were arrested for a serious criminal offense or received a summons for a run of the mill traffic ticket, you should know your options. This is particularly true if you are facing a charge which carries the potential for a license suspension, significant fines or jail. Marshall Bonus Proetta & Oliver is here to help you understand what you are up against and to discuss how you can avoid a conviction. The lawyers on our team have decades of experience appearing in Springfield Municipal Court, as well as at the Union County Courthouse, are ready to provide you with the benefit of their insight. The first step in taking advantage of opportunity to discuss your case within one of our attorneys is to contact our firm. An attorney is available immediately and initial consultations are always free of charge. Call us now at 908-272-1700 to speak to a lawyer who can help you.