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Kurkowski Law -- Criminal Defense

Municipal Violations

The overwhelming majority of people who find themselves charged with a crimeare involved in disorderly persons offenses that fall within the jurisdiction New Jersey's municipal courts.

Although these matters may seem minor, a conviction for a disorderly persons offense carries a maximum sentence of 180 days in jail, up to two years of probation, fines up to $1,000, and the loss of driving privileges in certain instances. Additionally, a conviction for a disorderly persons offense will leave you with a criminal record that may significantly interfere with your ability to obtain employment and certain state licenses. Given these serious consequences, it is critical to have experienced legal representation to protect your rights.

If you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense in municipal court, Kurkowski Law can provide the aggressive criminal defense that can favorably impact the outcome of your case. Our criminal defense attorneys will be with you through every step of the process from bail hearings, evidence motions, plea negotiations, and the trial of your case.

We are prepared to put our years of experience on your side when you face criminal charges such as the following:

Simple assault
Criminal mischief
Disorderly conduct
Drug crimes
False identification
Resisting arrest

If charged with a disorderly persons criminal offense, you may be tempted to simply plead guilty, pay the fine and just put the matter behind you. Unfortunately, the prosecutor who recommends the plea offer and judge who accepts your guilty plea have no duty to inform you about the full impact of that criminal conviction on your future.

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Other Serious Motor Vehicle Violations

Our attorneys also represent clients facing serious motor vehicle violations, which carry significant penalties including jail and the loss of driving privileges, such as:

Driving While Intoxicated/Driving Under the Influence (DWI/DUI)
Driving with a suspended license
Reckless or careless driving
Driving without insurance
Leaving the scene of an accident
Possession of Drugs in a motor vehicle
Truck violations

Although these violations are not criminal offenses, they still carry equally damaging consequences. Additionally, they often involve the same complex procedural evidentiary issues as criminal cases.For more on New Jersey DWI/DUI, click here.

If you are facing any charges in a New Jersey Municipal Court, contact the attorneys at Kurkowski Law for a free consultation today.



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