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North Arlington Municipal Court

North Arlington New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyers

Possession of marijuana is a very serious offenses in New Jersey and it requires the skill of an experienced Bergen County criminal defense attorney.  So do other crimes like theft, simple assault, robbery, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and eluding. The Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver has been representing individuals charged with all of the aforementioned crimes in the North Arlington Municipal Court for over fifteen years. If you or someone you know has been charged with an offense in the borough of North Arlington the Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver can help. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact any one of our Bergen County offices to speak to one of our eight criminal defense attorneys.

The Borough of North Arlington

North Arlington has a rich history. It was originally called New Barbadoes Neck, and it has one of the first true copper mines. Copper was being mined here in both the 18th and 19th centuries at the Schuyler Copper Mine. North Arlington is the home of the world famous Holy Cross Cemetery. This Cemetery serves as the final resting place for more than 250,000 individuals. For this reason it can be said that North Arlington has over 15 times more people buried in cemeteries that has living in the borough.. According to recent statistics, there are over 15, 400 residents currently living in North Arlington. The municipal court, and North Arlington, New Jersey criminal defense attorneys are available to serve justice for all these residents living here.

Borough of North Arlington Municipal Court

The Municipal Court is responsible for processing criminal and traffic complaints issued within the Borough’s jurisdiction. North Arlington, criminal defense attorneys have the responsibility of defending individuals charged with crimes in this borough. The presiding Judge of the court is the Honorable George Savino. The Court Administrator is Eugenia M. Marshall. The Court operates from Monday to Friday, opening at 9am and closing at 3pm. The Court is located at 214 Ridge Road, North Arlington.

North Arlington Marijuana Possession Lawyer

If you have been charged with possession of marijuana, it is pertinent that you contact an experienced North Arlington Marijuana possession lawyer immediately. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver have years of experience in dealing with these types of crimes in the North Arlington Municipal Court. They know all the local laws pertaining to your case and will provide fierce legal representation with the goal of getting those charges dropped and/or minimizing any fees and other penalties. Feel free to set up a free initial consultation today to get the professional representation for you or your loved ones. It may be the best choice to keep your future options open and continue living with a good reputation.

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This site was constructed for the purposes of providing information relating to The Law Offices of
Jonathan F. Marshall and the members of such firm. You are not considered a client of the firm until
you have signed a retainer agreement and your case has been accepted by one of our attorneys.

Note on Prior Results: Prior results, notwithstanding the similarity of circumstances, do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any pending or future matter.