New Jersey Criminal Defense In Municipal And Criminal Court
Finding yourself in trouble with the law is overwhelming and stressful. At Hendricks & Hendricks, in New Brunswick, our criminal defense attorneys have been representing clients in criminal court throughout Central Jersey for over 50 years. Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or are facing multiple felonies, our criminal defense lawyers can provide you with legal counsel and advice that is rooted in experience.
Experienced Representation In Criminal Court
Together, our attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience. In those years of experience, our attorneys represent clients who are facing the following criminal charges:
- Driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI)
- Drug crimes like possession, intent to distribute or manufacturing
- Assault and domestic violence
- White collar crimes like check fraud or embezzlement
It’s not uncommon for people who are going through a divorce to have heightened emotions and tension, that sometimes get them in trouble with the law. Our lawyers at Hendricks & Hendricks also handle family law conflicts including divorce and can assist when those conflicts overlap into criminal court.
Retaining A Criminal Defense Attorney For New Jersey Municipal Court
In the state of New Jersey, municipal courts handle misdemeanors and traffic violations. If you have been accused of drunk driving and facing charges for a DWI or a DUI, those cases will be heard by a municipal court judge. Municipal courts also handle charges like disorderly conduct or shoplifting. While retaining a criminal defense attorney is not always necessary for minor traffic violations like speeding or parking tickets, an attorney can always ensure that your rights are protected and help you negotiate a settlement agreement, even in municipal court.
Schedule A Consultation With A Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
Our criminal defense attorneys are available for consultation appointments. To schedule an initial consultation, contact our office by calling 732-907-8047 or by sending us an email through our online form. We look forward to telling you more about how we can help you with your case.