Criminal Defense Attorney Newton NJ
The Qualified New Jersey Attorneys at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz Represent Clients Facing All Forms of Criminal Charges in Sussex County and in Localities Throughout NJ
Criminal Charges can be filed against anyone because everyone can have a bad moment or make a mistake. This mistake can be devastating and follow an individual for the rest of their life. You should never face a judge without the expertise of a qualified criminal defense lawyer. Most Criminal Charges carry a number of possible consequences, fines, loss of license and even jail time. Do not leave your future in the hands of a prosecutor and judge. Hire a criminal lawyer, who can walk you through the legal process and get you the best results available.
If you have been charged with a crime in Newton or any other town in Sussex County NJ, the experienced criminal defense lawyers at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz can look over your case and create a strategy on your behalf. Contact us now to schedule a free initial consultation about your case.
Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyers Help Clients Address Life-Altering Consequences of Criminal Charges in Newton NJ
Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz has over 100 years of combined legal experience handling criminal cases such as DWI, Weapons Charges, and traffic violations. If you have been charged with any of the following crimes in Newton Township or Sussex County please give us a call today.
- Drug Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- Simple Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Sexual Assault
- Shoplifting & Theft
- White Collar Crimes
- Gun Charges
- Sex Crimes
- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Orders
- Juvenile Crimes
- Traffic Violations
About Newton, NJ
The Town of Newton is an incorporated municipality located in Sussex County, New Jersey. Newton has a population of about 8,000 people and has a total area of 3.169 square miles. Three townships border the Town of Newton: Hampton Township, Fredon Township, and Andover Township.
The Town of Newton provides important county and state representation for residents of Sussex County. In particular, the Town of Newton is the county seat of Sussex County and has assumed this position for over 250 years. In addition, the Sussex County Sheriff’s Office, Sussex County jail, Sussex County Superior Court, and Newton Municipal Court are all located in the Town of Newton.
The state’s oldest newspaper, the New Jersey Herald, has its editorial offices located in Newton. There are two radio stations within the Town of Newton. The first is WNNJ, which broadcasts Classic Rock music. The second station is WTOC and they play Spanish/Christian music.
About Newton Municipal Court
The Town of Newton Municipal Court is located at 39 Trinity Street, Newton 07860. As of January 1, 2015, the Town of Newton entered into an agreement with Green Township for the consolidation of their courts, allowing each to share space in the Newton Municipal Court Building. Under this agreement, each court remains its own separate identity. The Town of Newton Municipal Court hears matters including disorderly persons, petty disorderly person’s offenses, and municipal ordinance violations.
Matters are heard by both the Town of Newton and Green Township every Tuesday beginning at 9:00 a.m. The Honorable James P. Sloan, J.M.C. is the Municipal Court Judge and the Municipal Prosecutor is Jonathan McMeen, Esq. The Court Administrator is Cathy Quinn, C.M.C.A. Ms. Quinn can be reached by phone at 973-383-3521.
Contact a Skilled Newton Criminal Defense Lawyer for a Free Consultation
If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Newton or any other town in Sussex County NJ, then it is critical that you consult with a qualified New Jersey criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Here at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz, our experienced criminal defense attorneys are well equipped to gather relevant evidence, develop an airtight case strategy, negotiate with prosecutors, and take the case to trial (if need be), all with the goal of avoiding conviction and/or minimizing your potential penalties. Contact our firm today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.