Brick Municipal Court
Brick Municipal Court Attorney
In 2006, Brick Township earned the title of “America’s Safest City” out of 371 cities included nationwide. In the year 2000, Brick Township was rated the safest “city” in New Jersey. In 2009, Brick Township ranked No. 6 on Newsmax magazine’s list of the “Top 25 Most Uniquely American Cities and Towns,” a list compiled by current CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg. He went on to cite Brick’s consistency as a safe city and that its “commercial development of big-box stores, department stores, and chain restaurants has made it a shopping destination for much of northern Ocean County.”
However, in recent years the popularity of Brick Township has brought about some changes. As now the third most populated municipality in Ocean County, Brick, New Jersey, ranks near the top of criminal, DUI, and traffic offenses. In fact, it is now consistently in the top 10 statewide for heroin abuse.
The Bronzino Law Firm LLC understands that entering any municipal court proceeding can be scary and confusing. We understand that municipal court issues are often deeply personal and impactful for individuals and their families. Our team works closely with all our clients to deliver highly personalized and effective legal solutions throughout the legal process. We will aggressively defend your rights and needs in court.
Brick Township Municipal Court Information
The Brick Municipal Court resides at 401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick Township, New Jersey 08723. The court’s operating hours are Monday through Friday, 8 AM-4 PM. The court can be reached by phone at 732-262-1226. Michelle A. Lawrence is currently the Court Administrator. Honorable Joseph D. Grisanti is the acting judge. Michael Burns, Esq. is The Municipal Prosecutor.
The Brick Township Police Department is located at 401 Chambers Bridge Road Brick Township, NJ 08723 and can be reached by phone at (732) 262-1100.
The Brick Township Municipal Court’s authority is limited to deciding disorderly persons offenses, traffic tickets, and municipal ordinance violations. Crimes of the first degree, second degree, third degree, and fourth-degree are referred to the Ocean County Superior Court for disposition.
Brick Municipal Court sessions conducted by Judge Grisanti are as follows:
Monday at 4:00 PM (1st, 3rd & 4th Monday of the month)
Tuesday at 9:00 PM (2nd Tuesday of the month for Mediation only)
Wednesday at 9:00 AM
Thursday at 4:00 PM
Brick Disorderly Persons Defense Lawyer
The majority of criminal offenses heard in the municipal court are disorderly persons charges. These may include violations like possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, shoplifting, harassment, obstructing law administration, underage drinking, and drug paraphernalia charges. Although these are not felony crimes, they nonetheless will result in a criminal record and the possibility of up to six months in jail if you are convicted.
Contact a Brick Municipal Court Attorney
Municipal court proceedings can often be severe and bring with them life-changing consequences. The Bronzino Law Firm LLC understands that the issues in municipal court greatly impact individuals, their children, and the rest of their families. That is why our attorneys work closely with our clients to deliver personalized and very effective legal solutions throughout the legal process. Our experience makes us the partner you need when facing any municipal court proceeding in Brick.
Bronzino Law Firm will work to protect your rights across Monmouth and Ocean Counties. For additional information and the answers to your pressing questions, contact the Bronzio Law Firm, LLC, serving Ocean and Monmouth counties. Call at 732-812-3102 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney to retain the experienced representation you need.