Princeton DWI Lawyers
Princeton DUI Defense Lawyers
Princeton is known for its close-knit community, great shopping, restaurants and its convenient proximity to many major roadways including Interstate 95, and Route 206 and Route 1. Commuters and students often travel these roads, as the borough is home to the renowned Princeton University. The abundant student life and other recreational activity within the town’s borders has led to aggressive enforcement within the borough and surrounding township. This in turn leads to very high numbers of DUI arrests in throughout Princeton. A drunk driving charge comes with very harsh penalties, such as loss or suspension of driver’s license, and even jail time. Also, a DUI, DWI, or Refusal offense may carry other repercussions besides the legal penalties, such as loss of career or educational opportunities and extremely high insurance payments. The DWI lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have earned an outstanding reputation for successfully defending drunk driving charges. Our DUI defense attorneys have received certified in Standard Field Sobriety Testing through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. We are also trained on the operation of the Alcotest device, New Jersey’s breathalyzer. Our defense team of lawyers has over 100 years of combined legal experience and consists of former prosecutors who are knowledgeable on the intricacies of New Jersey’s DWI laws. If you have been charged with drunk driving in Princeton, please contact our firm today to speak with one of our lawyers absolutely free at (609) 683-8102. We will review the details of your case and try to answer any of your questions and concerns.
Princeton New Jersey
The borough of Princeton is considered the center of town and consists of older more established neighborhoods while it is surrounded by the larger township. A majority of Princeton University’s campus is located within the borough, and the community is rich with cultural events, shopping, and great restaurants, including the famous Palmer Square. Not only is the borough known for the University, but it also well-know for the former residence of the New Jersey Governor and the former residence of Albert Einstein. Furthermore, there are a number of historic spots in Princeton Borough, including museums, art galleries, and antique shops. Within the borough and nearby, there is a variety of attractions, including: Princeton Battlefield Park, Delaware & Raritan Canal Park, Hopewell Museum, Rocky Top Dog Park, Albert Einstein House, and the Old Barracks Museum.
Princeton Municipal Courts
Princeton Borough and Princeton Township Municipal Court handle disorderly persons offenses (aka misdemeanors), municipal ordinance violations, and traffic offenses. Therefore, all drunk driving charges will be dealt with in the municipal, along with related charges such as Speeding, Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving While Suspended, Underage Drinking, or Possession of Marijuana. Our DWI defense lawyers have vast knowledge in defending DWI, DUI, and Refusal charges and can help reduce your charges, or in some cases, have them dropped entirely. We will review the specific facts of your case and put together an aggressive defense against your charges to force the state to try and meet their steep burden of proof.
Directions to Princeton Borough Municipal Court
From the West: Take the Garden State Parkway North, and then take Exit 127, Rt 440 toward I 287. After 1.1 miles, merge onto NJ 440 S. NJ 440 S will become I 287 N. Then, take Exit 1B, and merge onto US 1 S toward Trenton. Continue straight to go onto US 1 S. Make a right onto Washington Rd. After 1.6 miles, make a left onto Nassau St/NJ 27. Nassau St/NJ 27 becomes Stockton St/US 206. Make a right onto Monument Drive. You will see the courthouse on the left.
From the South: Being heading east on Hamilton Ave/CR 606 toward Chambers St. Make a left onto Chambers St. In 0.2 miles, make a left onto Greenwood Ave/NJ 33, and continue to follow this road for about a mile. Next, merge onto US 1 N toward Princeton/NY. After about 10 miles, make a right, and then turn slight left. Make a right onto Washington Rd, then a left onto Nassau St. Nassau St will become Stockton St/US 206. Make a right onto Monument Dr. You will see the courthouse on the left.
From the North: Begin going wast on W Park Place/CR 510 E/NJ 24 E toward Market St. Continue to follow NJ 24 E for a half mile. Then, NJ 24 will become South St. Make a left onto Madison Ave/NJ 124. Merge onto I 287 S. Continue for about 15 miles, and then stay right to take I 287 S toward Perth Amboy. In about 3 miles, take Exit 17 and merge onto US 202 S/US 206 S toward US 22 W. Take the Rt 28 exit toward US 206 S/Somerville/Princeton. You will then enter the next roundabout and take the third exit to get onto US 206 S. Stay on that for about 17.5 miles, and then make a right onto Stockton St/US 206. Make a right onto Monument Dr. You will then see the courthouse on the left.
More Helpful Information about Princeton Borough
The Princeton Borough Police Department is located at 1 Monument Drove, Box 390, Princeton, NJ 08542. The telephone to the Police Department is (609) 924-4141, and the fax number is (609) 924-0267. If you would like to visit the Police Department’s website, you can go to http://www.princetonboro.org/police. If you have any addition questions about Princeton Borough, you can visit the Borough’s official website at http://www.princetonboro.org.
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.