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Robbinsville DWI Lawyer

Robbinsville DWI, DUI, and Refusal Defense Lawyers 

Robbinsville Township in Mercer County is accessible right off the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate 195, Interstate 295, and Routes 130 and 33. There is little public transit available in the township, and many residents drive to and from work, increasing the traffic on the roadways. These roadways can be extremely busy during commuter hours and throughout the nighttime as well. The Robbinsville Police and State Troopers maintain a very steady presence on these roadways and make routine police stops throughout the township. A DWI can result in license suspension, surcharges, fines and even jail time. For these reasons, it is crucial that you obtain a knowledgeable defense attorney who can address your situation and provide you with the best legal outcome. The DWI defense lawyers of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have extensive knowledge on the New Jersey drunk driving laws and have the ability to successfully defend your interests. Our DUI attorneys have been specially trained on the procedures of Standard Field Sobriety Testing based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration regulations. We have also received professional certification for the maintenance and operation of the Alcotest device, the machine used to test blood alcohol concentrations of suspected drunk drivers. We have developed and maintained a great reputation for defending drunk driving charges in municipalities throughout Mercer County, New Jersey and surrounding areas. With over 100 years of combined experience, our legal team consists of former prosecutors who can offer comprehensive knowledge in defending your drunk driving case. If you or anyone you know has been charged with a DUI, DWI, or Refusal in Robbinsville Township, please feel free to call our office at (609) 683-8102 to speak with an understanding and competent DWI defense lawyer.

Robbinsville Township

Robbinsville Township is located in the southeastern portion of Mercer County, in very close proximity to the state’s capital of Trenton. Before 2007, the town was known as Washington Township, and was originally formed from portions of East Windsor Township. It has a population of about 10,300 people with an area of approximately 20.5 square miles. Within the town is Windsor, which is a historic community that is unofficially incorporated into Robbinsville. The township is surrounded by New Canton, Twin Rivers, Morrisville, Bakersville, and Dutch Neck.

Robbinsville Township Municipal Court

All traffic cases, disorderly persons offenses (also known as misdemeanors), and town ordinance violations within the town are handled in Robbinsville Township Municipal Township. Therefore, if you will have to appear in Robbinsville Municipal Court for a DUI, DWI, or Refusal, and any related charges such as Speeding, Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving While SuspendedDrug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana, Hindering the Administration of Justice, Underage Drinking, Resisting Arrest, or Open Container of Alcohol. Our DUI defense attorneys will work to provide you the most aggressive defense, no matter what your predicament. We have the extensive experience to have the charges reduced or dropped completely.

Directions to Robbinsville Township Municipal Court

From the North: Begin heading east on the W Park Pl/CR 510 E. Continue to follow NJ 24E. In about a half mile, NJ 24 E becomes South St./NJ 124. Make a left onto Madison Ave./NJ 124. Next, merge onto I 287 S, and continue for about 15.2 miles. Stay left to take I 287 S toward Perth Amboy. Then, take Exit 9, the River Rd exit toward Bound Brook/Highland Park. In 0.2 miles, merge onto River Rd. In 3.4 miles, merge onto NJ 18 S. Next, take the NJ Turnpike ramp. Take the ramp toward Trenton and South. Then, merge onto NJ Turnpike S. Continue for about 22.5 miles, and then take Exit 7A and merge onto I 195 W toward Trenton. After 2.1 miles, take Exit 5B and merge onto US 130 N toward New Brunswick. In 1.2 miles, you will see the courthouse.

From the South: Begin heading northeast on Bellevue Ave./NJ 54 toward Central Ave. Make a slight right to stay on NJ 54. Next, you will see that NJ 54/Bellevue Ave. becomes US 206 N, and you will pass through one roundabout. You will continue on US 206 N for about 36.3 miles. After this, you will stay straight to get onto US 130 N, and continue on that roadway for about 6 miles. Then you will see the courthouse.

More Helpful Information about Robbinsville Township

The Robbinsville Township Police Department is located at the Municipal Center, and the telephone number is (609) 259-3900. If you are inquiring about your police records, you could contact the Police Records Officer. You can retrieve a list of the Robbinsville Departments at http://www.robbinsville-twp.org/gov_phone.html. If you have any additional questions concerning Robbinsville Township, you can visit the town’s official website at http://www.robbinsville-twp.org.

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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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