Municipal Court Offenses And Traffic Violations
Appearing in municipal court can be stressful. This is true whether it is your first time going to municipal court or whether you have been there before. Especially, if it is your first time, you don't know what to expect, what to say to the prosecutor or the judge and how your case will proceed. If you have prior convictions, you should determine whether they will have an effect on any new pending charges, before you go to court.
The ramifications of a charge in municipal court can be as minor as a small fine or as serious as a large fine, jail time or suspension of driving privileges. No matter what type of charges you are facing, we take them seriously. We take the time to review your case, obtain evidence and discuss your defenses and options with you.
You may not be aware of your defenses under the law or legal arguments that could mitigate the penalties imposed upon sentencing. By obtaining legal counsel from Carol H. Gold, Esquire, L.L.C., you put a lawyer with more than 25 years of municipal court experience on your side, who can guide you through this process, from your first appearance to the conclusion of your case. At Carol H. Gold, Esquire, L.L.C., we provide our clients personal attention because we don't just see them as another case— we see them as individuals.