Hamilton NJ DWI & Refusal Lawyers
Hamilton Township makes the most DWI, DUI, and Refusal arrests in Mercer County, New Jersey. This is primarily attributed to the numerous highways that traverse the township such as the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95), I-195, I-295, U.S. Route 1, Route 130, Route 33, and Route 206. A steady presence of Hamilton Police Officers and State Troopers from the Hamilton State Trooper Sub-Station vigorously patrol the highways within the town throughout the year. If you have been arrested in Hamilton for DWI you need to hire an experienced drunk driving lawyer. When selecting a lawyer to defend your DWI charge it is important to consider the attorney’s credentials. At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall our defense attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience in defending clients charged with driving while intoxicated. Our lawyers are also specially certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as Instructors for Standard Field Sobriety Testing used by the police in road side tests. Moreover, our DWI defense lawyers have been trained by Draeger Diagnostics, the manufacturer of the Alcotest machine, on the operation of the New Jersey breathalyzer. We believe we are the only law firm in the area that has these types of unique credentials which can be put to work for you. Having an experienced drunk driving defense attorney can make the difference between pleading guilty to a DWI and getting the charges dismissed. To speak with one of our lawyers please call us at (609) 683-8102 or schedule an appointment at our office conveniently located in Princeton.Arrested for Drunk Driving in Hamilton New Jersey
Hamilton Township is the biggest town in Mercer County and is located in the southeastern corner of the county, bordering the Delaware River and Burlington County. Hamilton Township is situated in between Robbinsville, Trenton, West Windsor, Lawrenceville, Bordentown Township, and Chesterfield Township. The township of Hamilton is actually comprised of several former villages such as Whitehorse, Hamilton Square, Mercerville, Yardville, and Groveville. Hamilton’s strategic location a short distance to Philadelphia and easy access to many major highways makes the township very appealing to the thousands of commuters who reside within Hamilton. However, the town’s large population and sheer size, as well as highway infrastructure, make Hamilton one of the most prevalent towns in New Jersey for DWI arrests.Hamilton NJ Municipal Court DUI Attorneys
The Hamilton Municipal Court strictly handles traffic violations and low level criminal charges known as disorderly persons offenses (misdemeanors) and municipal ordinance violations. The vast majority of times people who are charged with either a DWI or Refusal are also ticketed for additional motor vehicle violations at the time of the arrest such as Reckless Driving, Speeding, Careless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving Without Insurance, or Driving While Suspended. If you were charged with a Drug DUI for being under the influence of narcotics then most likely you may have a criminal charge such as Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of less than 50 Grams of Marijuana. The DWI offense will be heard in the municipal court along with these related traffic tickets and criminal charges. Our defense lawyers are very experienced in handling these types of complicated cases and we will aggressively defend you throughout all aspects of your case to insure your rights are protected.Hamilton New Jersey Municipal Courthouse
The address for the Hamilton Municipal Court is 1270 White Horse Ave., Trenton NJ, 08619 and the court can be reached by telephone at (609) 581-4071 or fax at (609) 581-4198. Hamilton Court normally holds 10 sessions a week, including every weekday at 8:30 am. It also holds afternoon sessions Monday – Thursday at 1 pm and one evening session on Tuesday at 6 pm. The Municipal Court Judges are the Honorable R. Douglas Hoffman (Presiding Judge) and the Honorable Kenneth W. Lozier. The municipal prosecutors are Jerry Dasti and D.G. Sarsfield. If you have any questions or concerns regarding records, a court date, or a payment it is usually best to contact the Court Administrator, Lynn J. Hoagland.Additional Information That May Help You
The Hamilton Police Department is conveniently located right next door to the municipal court at 1270 White Horse Ave., Trenton New Jersey, 08619. The telephone number for the Hamilton police is (609) 581-4000. If you are looking to file a complaint against another or to check on records regarding your own case you should contact the police department for help and instructions. For general information regarding the township of Hamilton in Mercer County you can visit the town’s official website at http://www.hamiltonnj.com/.