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Hightstown DWI Lawyer

Hightstown NJ DWI Defense Lawyers

Hightstown, New Jersey is 12 miles east of Trenton-New Jersey’s capital. It is located right along the New Jersey Turnpike, I 195, I 295, and Routes 133 (“Hightstown Bypass”), 130, 32, 33, and 1. The Hightstown Police maintain a constant presence of the roads through town and make routine traffic stops each day. For this reason, many people find themselves charged with a DWI, DUI, or Refusal in Hightstown whether they are residents or commuters passing through the borough. A drunk driving charge is taken very seriously in New Jersey, and those charged face severe penalties such as suspension or revocation of license, expensive fines, and even jail time. Furthermore, a drunk driving charge can critically damage one’s reputation and significantly limit your driving privileges by increasing insurance premiums. The DWI defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall are skillfully prepared to defend charges in Hightstown. Our lawyers are former prosecutors with over 100 years of combined legal experience. Our defense attorneys have been trained on Standard Field Sobriety Testing certified by the National Traffic Safety Administration and on the operation of the Alcotest Breath machine, the New Jersey breathalyzer. Our lawyers possess widespread knowledge in New Jersey drunk driving laws and have the experience necessary to help reduce or eliminate the charges completely. We have developed a great reputation for being aggressive DWI defense attorneys and fighting for our clients interests. If you have been charged with drunk driving in Hightstown, contact our Princeton office at (609) 683-8102 to speak with a compassionate and skilled DUI lawyer who will fight to protect your driving privileges.

The Borough of Hightstown, New Jersey

Hightstown Borough is located the most central point in Jersey, in Mercer County, New Jersey, and has a population of about 5,271 people. It is equidistant from the two major cities of New York City and Philadelphia. It is an old borough, as it was established in 1721 and named after a local landowner, John Hight. There are many recreational activities available in Hightstown including Hopewell Museum, the Steamboat Dock Musuem, the Zummerli Art Museum, the Duke Island Park, and the charming trip offered on the Black River & Western Railroad that runs between Ringoes and Flemington. Hightstown in located near a number of great higher educational institutions including Princeton University, Rider University, and Georgian Court University.

Hightstown Borough Municipal Court

If you have been charged with a DWI you will find yourself appearing in Hightstown Municipal Court. The court will also preside over any other minor offenses in addition to your drunk driving charge, such as Speeding, Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving with No Insurance, or Driving While Suspended. Furthermore, you may also receive criminal charges such as Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana, Obstructing Justice, or Underage Drinking. Our DWI defense lawyers have the knowledge and experience to defend you against any DWI, DUI, Refusal or any related charge. We possess a level of expertise in drunk driving laws that can only be achieved through handling literally thousands of DWI cases over the years.

Directions to Hightstown Borough Municipal Court

From the South: Begin heading northwest on Trenton Rd/CR 545 toward Broadway. Make a left on Pemberton Browns Mill Rd. After 3 miles, Pemberton Browns Mill Road becomes CR 530. Make a right after 3 miles onto Hanover St./CR 616, and continue for 0.7 miles. Make a left onto N. Pemberton Rd./CR 630, and then after 3 miles, turn right onto US 206 N. After about 11 miles, continue straight to go onto US 130 N. Make a left onto N. Main St., and you will see the courthouse on the right.

From the North: Begin heading northeast on E 3rd St. toward Leland Ave. Make a left onto Leland Ave. Next, make a left onto E. Front St./CR 620. After about 2 miles, make a left onto Plainfield Ave./NJ 28. Continue on Plainfield Ave. for a half mile. Make a right onto W 7th St/CR 601. Make a left onto S Washington Ave/CR 529. Continue following CR 529. After 2.3 miles, merge onto I 287 S. After 6.1 miles, take the I 95/NJ Turnpike exit. Take the left exit toward Trenton and South. Merge onto NJ Turnpike South and continue for about 20 miles. Then, take Exit 8 toward Hightstown/Freehold. Merge onto Franklin St/NJ 33. Make a left onto N Main St/NJ 33/CR 539. Continue to follow NJ 33 W. Make a right onto N. Main St. You will see the courthouse on the right.

More Helpful Information about Hightstown Borough, New Jersey

The Hightstown Police Department is located at 148 N. Main St., Hightstown NJ. The Chief of Police is James M. Eufemia who can be contacted at (609) 448-1234. If you would like more information about the Hightstown Police Department, you can visit the official website at http://www.hightstownpba283.com. If you would like any additional information about Hightstown Borough, please visit the borough’s official website at http://www.hightstownborough.com.

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We serve clients throughout Mercer County, New Jersey — including Trenton, Hamilton, Princeton Borough, West Windsor, East Windsor, Lawrence Township, Robbinsville, Hightstown, Princeton Township, Ewing and Hopewell — and surrounding areas, including Hunterdon County and Burlington County.

If you have been charged with a crime in Mercer County, New Jersey, it is in your interests to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. For a free consultation, you can call our firm 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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