Pine Beach Borough Traffic Attorney

Pine Beach is a small borough that resides on the south bank of Toms River and measures about 0.6 square miles in area. The borough has a reputation as a nice residential community and has a population of only about 2,000 people. Pine Beach is accessible by way of the Garden State Parkway and U.S. Route 9. Traffic-related charges generally face by those cited in Pine Beach include SpeedingReckless DrivingDriving While Suspended, Driving Without Insurance, DWI, possession of CDS in a motor vehicle and Leaving the scene of an accident.  These traffic and misdemeanor criminal offenses fall within the jurisdiction of the municipal court of Pine Beach.

If you or someone you know has received a traffic citation or worse been arrested in Pine Beach, The Bronzino Law Firm LLC, knows well that any municipal court proceeding can be at best intimidating and at worst extremely confusing. Our team prides itself on working closely with all our clients and their families throughout the legal process to deliver highly personalized and effective legal solutions.  We work aggressively and skillfully to defend your rights and needs in court. To speak with our offices today in a free consultation, please contact us online or through our Brick offices at (732) 812-3102.

Pine Beach Municipal Court Information

The Borough of Pine Beach Municipal Court resides at 599 Pennsylvania Avenue, New Jersey 08741 and can be reached by phone at (732) 349-6453 . The judge is the Honorable Philip Miller . The Administrator is Charlene A. Carney, C.M.C.A..  The current Prosecutor is Charles Byrne.  The court is in session on the first Tuesday at 4:00pm.

The Pine Beach Police Department is located at 599 Pennsylvania Ave, Pine Beach, New Jersey 08741,  and can be reached by phone at (732) 341-2616.

Just as many small-town courts, the Municipal Court in Pine Beach has limited authority and jurisdiction to decide disorderly person offenses, petty disorderly person offenses, town ordinance violations, and traffic charges. The limited jurisdiction of the court doesn’t permit it to decide felony indictable crimes of the first, second, third or fourth degree. Misdemeanor criminal charges heard in the Pine Beach Municipal Court are usually disorderly person offenses. The municipal court is, however, responsible for deciding all traffic and motor vehicle summonses issued within the borders of the town.

It is important to remember that first degree, second degree, third degree, and fourth-degree crimes are referred to the Ocean County Superior Court for disposition.

Pine Beach Criminal Defense Lawyer

Pine Beach Municipal Court commonly hears cases involving traffic violations. Though they are not felony crimes, criminal offenses heard in the municipal court they can result in a criminal record up to six months in jail if you are convicted. These include violations such as shoplifting, possession of 50 grams or less of marijuana, harassment, obstructing the administration of law, underage drinking, and drug paraphernalia charges among others.

Contact a Pine Beach Disorderly Persons Attorney

An attorney experienced in the Pine Beach Municipal Court as your advocate is crucial if you have been charged with a crime or cited for a traffic offense in this borough.  The Bronzino Law Firm LLC understands completely that the issues in municipal court can impact individuals, their jobs, their children, as well as the rest of their family greatly. For this reason, our attorneys closely with all our clients throughout the legal process to deliver personalized and very effective legal solutions.  Our extensive experience makes us the advocate you need when facing any municipal court proceeding in the Borough of Pine Beach.

The Bronzino Law Firm LLC will work tirelessly to protect the rights of our clients across Monmouth and Ocean Counties. For additional information and answers to your 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 that you need.