The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall is a Monmouth County Law firm that specializes in Criminal and Traffic offenses, Driving While Suspended Tickets under N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 included. Freehold Township, being one of the largest municipalities in Monmouth County and housing major points of destination (i.e. racetrack, mall, etc.), has one of the busiest police forces in the State of New Jersey. With a residential population hovering around 40,000 people, along with all of the commuter traffic, it should come as no surprise that Freehold Township Police hand-out a significant number of traffic tickets. Specifically, local and state law enforcement issue roughly 10,000 moving traffic violations each year. This should give you some solace in the fact that you are not alone in the population of drivers stopped and ticketed in Freehold Township. Most of these motor vehicle stops occur on the major roadways such as: Route 9, Route 18, Route 33, Route 79, Country Roads 524, 527, and 537.
If you or someone you in your family was stopped by Freehold Township Police and issued a ticket for Driving While Suspended (aka Driving on The Revoked List), under N.J.S.A. 39:3-40, you need to be informed of the consequences. Depending on the number of prior N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 tickets you have, you could be facing a mandatory jail sentence at the Monmouth County Jail. The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has former Municipal and County Prosecutors who worked for the State in towns here in Monmouth County. For this reason we have the resources and experience you would expect of a premier Monmouth County Law Firm. Call 1-800-509-3333 today and receive your free consultation with a New Jersey Traffic Attorney today.
N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 Freehold Township New Jersey
Driving While Suspended is a very serious traffic offense under New Jersey Statute 39:3-40. So serious in fact, that the New Jersey legislature recently enhanced the penalties for Driving While Suspended, under certain instances, making it a Fourth Degree Indictable Crime that mishandled at the Monmouth County Superior Court by the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office. Every N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 carries up to six (6) months license suspension and a $750 Motor Vehicle Commission surcharge upon conviction. In addition to these penalties, a Driving While Suspended carries court-ordered fines and mandatory incarceration. A second Driving While Suspended offense carries a mandatory one (1) to (5) days in jail (with up to 90 days possible). A third Driving While Suspended offense under N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 carries a mandatory ten (10) jail (with up to 90 days possible). Where there is a personal injury resulting from the Driving While Suspended offense, even if you are not at fault in the accident, you face a mandatory forty-five (45) days in jail.
As you can clearly see, the penalties for Driving While Suspended are complex and heavily dependent upon your driving history and the circumstances of the offense. For more information on Driving While Suspended Charges in New Jersey, contact our Monmouth County Office at 1-800-509-3333.
Freehold Township Municipal Court
Below you will find the entrance and surrounding buildings at the Freehold Township Municipal Court.
Personnel at Freehold Township Municipal Court
|Judge||Hon. Nicole Sonnenblick, J.M.C.|
|Court Administrator||Denise Yuhas, C.M.C.A.|
Contact Information for Freehold Township Municipal Court
|Court Address||1 Municipal PlazaFreehold, NJ 07728|
|Hours of Operation||Monday to Friday
8:30 am – 4:00 pm