Logo
(973) 988-1488

Paterson Municipal Court Violations Lawyer

Reputable Criminal Defense Lawyer Helps Clients Face Municipal Court Charges in Passaic County and Throughout New Jersey

When you receive a ticket or a summons to appear in municipal court for a violation, you may not give the matter much thought. You may even be willing to accept the violation, thinking you can just pay a fine and move on with your life. However, before you make any decisions with respect to a municipal court violation, you need to speak to a defense attorney to understand your legal rights and the potential outcomes in your case. Many municipal court violations carry consequences beyond a simple fine, including driving record points or driver’s license suspensions, community service obligations, probation, or even jail time. If your municipal court violation involves a criminal offense, pleading guilty will leave you with a criminal record that can restrict your educational, employment, or housing opportunities for years to come. Experienced Paterson municipal court violations lawyer, Krenar Camili at Camili Law, LLC can help when you’ve been cited or charged with a municipal court violation. 

Having served as a Passaic County prosecution and a municipal prosecutor during his career, Krenar Camili, Esq. can bring a thorough understanding of New Jersey criminal and municipal laws to your case. You shouldn’t have to settle with the consequences of a conviction on a municipal court violation. When you choose Camili Law to represent you in your municipal court case, you know that you have an attorney that is prepared and willing to fight on your behalf, including all the way to trial if needed. You can rest assured that Krenar Camili will put together the best defense possible in your case.

If you have been cited for a municipal violation, contact Camili Law, LLC for a free case evaluation to discuss how knowledgeable criminal defense attorney Krenar Camili can help you defend your rights and interests against your charges. 

Types of Cases Heard in Municipal Court

Municipal courts hear low-level cases, including motor vehicle code violations, minor criminal offenses, and violations of municipal codes and ordinances. Camili Law can help you resolve your municipal court case arising from violations such as:

If you’re facing one of these or another municipal court violation case, let experienced attorney Krenar Camili fight to protect your rights and interests and help minimize the consequences of municipal court violation convictions, such as fines, loss of driving privileges, community service, jail time, or a criminal record that can hinder your future endeavors. 

How a Qualified Attorney From Camili Law Can Help If You Are Facing Charges in Municipal Court

Don’t just accept a guilty verdict or finding on your municipal court violation. Camili Law, LLC and experienced Paterson municipal court violations lawyer, Krenar Camili, will help you by putting together a defense strategy aimed at getting you the best possible outcome in your municipal court case. You can expect that Camili Law, LLC will fight as hard as necessary on your behalf, including by:

With Camili Law, LLC you don’t need to settle for anything less than a favorable outcome. You’ll have a dedicated, confident trial litigator who is never afraid to fight a case all the way through trial if necessary.

Contact or Call a Paterson Municipal Court Violations Lawyer at Camili Law, LLC for a Free Consultation to Discuss Your Legal Rights and Options

A conviction on seemingly minor municipal court charges can have long-lasting and unintended consequences. You deserve knowledgeable and aggressive legal representation that will help you defend your rights and interests. Contact Camili Law, LLC for a free initial case review to learn more about how an experienced Paterson municipal court violations lawyer can help you to pursue a favorable outcome to your municipal court charges.

Frequently Asked Questions about Municipal Court Violations in New Jersey

FAQ: Will I have to appear in court for a municipal court violation?

Possibly. If you have to appear in municipal court on a citation or ticket that you received, the citation will have a notation indicating whether you are required to appear in court to address the violation. Some municipal court violations, such as reckless driving, are actually minor criminal charges that you may have to appear in court for. However, for many municipal court charges, one of the benefits of hiring legal representation is that your attorney can appear in court on your behalf to resolve your charges, so that you don’t have to worry about the stress of going to court.

FAQ: Do I need a lawyer for a municipal court violation?

You are always permitted to retain the services of an attorney to represent you in a municipal court case. Although you might think that you can handle a seemingly minor municipal court violation on your own, an experienced attorney can improve your chances of securing a much more favorable result in your case. Krenar Camili, Esq. has experience as a former prosecutor that gives him the insight to identify potential weaknesses in the case against you that can allow you to pursue a dismissal of your charges or an acquittal in municipal court.

Schedule a Free Consultation

Meet
Krenar

Camili

meet