Berkeley Heights Municipal Court
ADDRESS: 360 Elkwood Avenue New Providence, NJ 07974
PHONE: (908) 743-1055
COURT SESSIONS: Thursdays at 9 a.m.
JUDGE: Hon. Donald P. Bogosian
PROSECUTOR: Michael J. Mitzner, Esq.
The LS&P Lawyers defense team has decades of combined experience. Our lawyers have defended hundreds of individuals accused of criminal and traffic offenses, including driving while intoxicated (DWI). We have helped our clients minimize the penalties through negotiations with the prosecutor and putting on a successful defense at trial. Few law firms have the qualifications ours does including an attorney certified in the administration of various tests used by the police in drunk driving arrests.
If you have been arrested or given a traffic ticket in Berkeley Heights let us defend you. We are determined to achieve the best possible results for our clients. Call us 24/7 for a free consultation at 908-709-0500.
Why does the Berkley Heights Municipal Court have my case?
The Berkley Heights Municipal Court hears cases involving what in New Jersey are called disorderly persons offenses, traffic offenses, and driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence of drugs (DUI). Interstate 78 travels much of the length of Berkley Heights, contributing to the number of traffic offenses and DWI offenses in the court. Among the most common disorderly persons offenses heard in municipal court are possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, simple assault, criminal mischief, and resisting arrest.
If you have been charged with an offense such as underage drinking, possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana, simple assault, criminal mischief, or resisting arrest, you have been charged with a disorderly persons offense which is heard in the Berkeley Heights Municipal Court. This includes a variety of other offenses. Traffic violations and DWIs are also dealt with in this court.
The Honorable Donald P. Bogosian presides over the Berkeley Heights Municipal Court. He graduated from Cleveland State University with a law degree and has 38 years experience in Real Estate and Trusts and Estates Law.
How serious is my case?
Though the names of the offenses may not sound serious a conviction may have serious consequences for your life including a tarnished criminal record, potential jail time, community service, fines, fees and penalties. Out of the wide array of offenses handled in municipal court, DWI carries some of the most serious consequences, even for first time offenders. Don’t hesitate to contact us. Schedule a free consultation with our experienced attorneys to learn more about the charges against you. We are here to guide you through this difficult and sometimes confusing process. Call us at 908-709-0500!