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West Windsor DWI Lawyers

West Windsor Defense DWI Attorneys

West Windsor and Princeton Junction are located in the western portion of Mercer County, New Jersey and are accessible by Interstate 195, Interstate 295, the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 1, 64, 206, 130, and 33. With all of these busy roadways running across and adjacent to West Windsor, there are frequent DWI, DUI, and Refusal arrests in the township. If you are charged with a DUI, you are facing up to stiff penalties such as a mandatory loss of license, interlock device, community service, fines, and even jail. The veteran DWI defense lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall understand the seriousness of a DUI conviction and we will use our extensive knowledge in New Jersey’s DWI laws to platform an extensive and aggressive defense. Our team of attorneys has over 100 years of combined experience which will put to work to protect your interests. Moreover, we have specialized training and are certified by the manufacturer of the Alcotest, New Jersey’s breathalyzer, on its proper operation and maintenance. Our attorneys have also been certified on Standard Field Sobriety Testing by the standards of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. If you or anyone you know has been charged with drunk driving in West Windsor, please do not hesitate to call our office at (609) 683-8102 to speak with one of our DWI defense lawyers free of charge who will help answer your questions and address any concerns.

DUI Charges in West Windsor Municipal Court

West Windsor, New Jersey is considered part of the Trenton metropolitan area, and is town located 8 miles northeast of Trenton, and about 40 miles northeast of Philadelphia. West Windsor Township Municipal Court is located at 20 Municipal Dr., Princeton Junction, 08550. The telephone number to the courthouse is (609) 799-0915, and the fax number is (609) 799-7452. The court is in session Wednesdays 1:00pm and 5:15pm. The Municipal Court Judge is Mary S. Brennan, and the Municipal Prosecutor is Jeff Rubin. All traffic cases, disorderly persons offenses and ordinances are handled in West Windsor Township Municipal Court. Therefore, if you have been charged with a DUI and or Refusal, you will be required to appear in Municipal Court to address your case and any related charges such as Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Drug Paraphernalia, and Obstruction of Justice. We will to apply our expertise when reviewing the specific facts and details of your case and design a defense to answer the prosecution and mitigate your potential exposure to penalties.

Directions to West Windsor Township Municipal Court

From the South: Begin heading northeast on Bellevue Ave./NJ 54 toward Central Ave, After a mile, turn slight right to stay on Bellevue. Continue on NJ 54/Bellevue until it becomes US 206 N, and continue on that. You will pass one roundabout. Continue straight to get onto US 130 N. Next, make a sharp left onto NJ 33. Make a right onto Robbinsville Edinburg Rd./CR 526, and continue on that road. Make a right onto Old Trenton Rd. Make a left onto Edinburg Rd. Make a left onto Village Rd. Make a slight right onto S. Mill Rd. After a half-mile, make a right onto New Edinburg Rd. You will see the courthouse.

From the North: Begin heading east on W Park Pl/CR 510 E/NJ 24 E toward Market St/US 202 N. Continue to follow NJ 24 E. You will see that after a half mile, NJ 24 E will become South St./NJ 124. Make a left onto Madison Ave./NJ 124. Merge onto I 287 S. After 15.2 miles, stay right to take I 287 S toward Perth Amboy. Next, take Exit 17 to merge onto US 202 S/US 206/Somerville/Princeton. You will enter the next roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto US 206 S. Continue for 17.5 miles and then turn left onto Nassau St/NJ 27. Make a right onto Washington Dr. Make a left onto Hightstown Rd. Make a slight right onto S Mill Rd. Continue straight to go onto New Edinburg Rd. You will see the courthouse.

More Helpful Information about West Windsor Township Municipal Court

The town is approximately 26.3 square miles with an estimate population of about 26,447. A portion of Princeton University is located in West Windsor, but the township is also home to Mercer County Community College. There are numerous attractions within and near West Windsor including Mercer County Park, Princeton University Art Museum, Trenton City Museum, Princeton Battlefield State Park, Albert Einstein House, and Washington Crossing State Park. The West Windsor Police Department is located at 20 Municipal Dr., Princeton Junction. 08550. The telephone number for the police station is (609) 799-1222. Please contact the Record Officer in order to obtain your police records. If you are seeking additional information concerning West Windsor Township, please visit the town’s official website at http://www.westwindsornj.org/geninfo.html.

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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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