Prominent Criminal and Municipal Court Attorneys
Attorney Kurt V. Mayro is a 35 year veteran of the New Jersey Municipal Court system. If you or your loved one has been arrested and charged, or issued summons or ticket for a municipal court related offense, you can reach our office 24/7 for a free consultation at (609) 266-1258 or (609) 226-0232.
Mr. Mayro is ready to put his experience and extensive knowledge of the law and of specific local court systems in making the best possible case for you.
When you are charged with any municipal or criminal court violation, you need to have a capable lawyer on your side. Our firm has extensive experience defending the rights of people arrested and accused of criminal offenses, including:
• All Traffic Violations
• Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
• Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
• Drug Offenses
• Simple Assault Charges
|• Reckless Driving
• Theft and Shoplifting
• Juvenile Matters
• Disorderly Complaints
• Municipal Ordinance Violations
• New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicle
• Underage Gambling
For your Information:
- The Municipal Courts in New Jersey have jurisdiction over motor vehicle violations and disorderly persons offenses. Common traffic offenses heard in the municipal court are speeding (NJSA 39:4-98), Careless Driving (NJSA. 39:4-97), Driving While Suspended or Revoked (NJSA 39:3-40) and Driving While Intoxicated or DWI in violation of N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, Reckless Driving (NJSA 39:4-96), Leaving the Scene of an Accident (NJSA 39:4-129) and Driving without Insurance (NJSA 39:6B-2). All traffic offenses carry potentially serious penalties. Heavy fines, loss of license, insurance premium surcharges and motor vehicle points are common. In some instances, county jail time can be imposed. There are many defenses to most traffic tickets, but not every attorney has enough experience in the municipal courts as Kurt V. Mayro.
- A conviction for a disorderly persons offense such as harassment (NJSA 2C:33-4), disorderly conduct, shoplifting, simple assault, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia etc., can result in a criminal record, loss of license, fines and jail time. The maximum penalty for a disorderly persons conviction is $1000 and a 6 month jail time.
- If you or your loved one is convicted of underage gambling the penalty is a disorderly persons offense which is a criminal charge that becomes part of your criminal record. A conviction for underage gambling will also result in a fine of between $500 and $1000 and the individual's driver's license will be suspended for six months. If the individual is under 17 and has not yet obtained a driver's license, the issuance of that person's driver's license will be postponed for six months. If a parent or guardian allows an underage individual to gamble, that person can be charged with a disorderly persons offense.
We offer free and confidential initial consultations.
If you are seeking aggressive and strategic criminal defense representation, call us at (609) 266-1258 or (609) 226-0232