Pennsauken Municipal Court

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The Pennsauken Township Municipal Court is a very busy courthouse. As a matter of law, the Pennsauken Municipal Court only maintains jurisdiction over disorderly persons offenses, petty disorderly persons offenses, municipal ordinances and traffic offenses that take place in Pennsauken. If you have been arrested for marijuana possession, DWI, drug paraphernalia possession, domestic violence simple assault, theft or disorderly conduct then your case will be handled by the Pennsauken Township Municipal Court. Any criminal charge or serious traffic/DWI offense will carry the possibility of serious penalties like incarceration, probation or driver’s license suspension. The assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney who practices in Camden County can be incredibly beneficial to you and your loved ones. Located at 2400 Bethel Ave, the Pennsauken NJ Municipal Court holds multiple court sessions every month to deal with the high number of cases it handles. If you would like to speak with firm partner and former Deputy Attorney General, William C. Fay, IV, Esq., please contact our office directly at 609-832-3202. The initial consultation is provided free of charge for your convenience. Do not hesitate to reach out day or night with any questions or concerns you may have about your upcoming court date in Pennsauken.

Information about the Pennsauken Municipal Court

Location:
400 Bethel Ave, Pennsauken NJ 08109
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Phone Number:
General Information – 856.663.1403; Fax- 856.665.8127
Judge:
Honorable Steven M Petrillo, J.M.C.
Prosecutor:
Timothy Higgins, Esq. & David Luthman, Esq.
Court Administrator:
Donna Kenney, C.M.C.A.

Where is Pennsauken Township, New Jersey Located?

Pennsauken Township is located just north of the City of Camden in Camden County, New Jersey. It borders the Delaware River and is directly across from the State of Pennsylvania. Pennsauken has a residential population of roughly 36,000 people, but it sees an even greater number of commuter traffic due to roadways like 38, 90 and 130. Therefore, it should be no surprise to hear that the Pennsauken Municipal Court presides over almost 2,000 criminal charges and 35,000 traffic violations every two years. For more information about Pennsauken Township checkout their website.

Pennsauken NJ Criminal Attorneys

Everyone knows that a criminal record can be a serious hurdle in your future professional employment opportunities or college applications. Do not let the court talk you into a guilty plea and simply pay a fine to make your case go away. You may not fully understand what predicament you may be creating for the future. If you or a family member were arrested and issued a warrant for possession of heroin, assault, distribution of marijuana, burglary or theft by deception in Pennsauken Township, the Law Offices of Proetta & Oliver can help. Our office prides itself on zealously advocating on our client’s behalf. If you would like to discuss your options with one of our Pennsauken Township criminal defense lawyers then please contact us at 609.832.3202. Our firm can be reached 24/7 for your convenience and we will gladly review your case.

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