Although Parsippany Troy Hills NJ has frequently been cited as one of the Best Places to Live in the nation, it also has its fair share of motorists charged with DWI. This fact probably should not be a surprising however given that Parsippany is the most populated municipality in Morris County, spans 25.39 square miles, and encompasses highways like Interstate 80 and 287, and Routes 46 and 202. Whether you were stopped in town proper or in an unincorporated community like Lake Hiawatha or Mount Tabor, you certainly are not alone as the Parsippany Police wrote about 175 DWI tickets in the last year. As the largest DUI defense firm in the state, Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver is well acquainted with defense of 39:4-50 offenses in this jurisdiction. We have been appearing in this venue for nearly 100 years between the eight of us and put this experience, in addition to time serving as prosecutors, to work on every case. An attorney, including one of the several who are dual certified on the Alcotest by Draeger Industries and in standardized field sobriety testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is available to assist you immediately. For a free consultation, contact our Morristown Office at 973-309-7050 for a free consultation.
DUI Charge in Parsippany NJ
Every DUI charge written along the town’s 208.45 miles of roadway are handled in the Parsippany Troy Hills Municipal Court located at 3333 Route 46 East, Parsippany, NJ 07054. The municipal court is so busy that four sessions must be conducted each week — Tuesday and Thursday beginning at 1:00 p.m. and night sessions on both days at 6:30 p.m. Judges Anthony J. Frese and Gerald Scala are responsible for making all decisions of fact and law that arise in these cases. They make all rules relevant to guilt or innocence including, but not limited to, whether there was evidence of a motor vehicle violation to support the stop, the driver was intoxicated and the admissibility of scientific evidence such as a breathalyzer or blood test result. The Court Administrator, Alvaro Leal, is in charge of daily operation of the court. You can speak to the court staff by calling 973-263-7145 although it is always advisable to have representation in a DWI, DUI or refusal case. For additional information on this subject, you can refer to the official website of the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills Municipal Court.
Parsippany NJ DUI Attorney
If you were stopped and arrested for DUI in Parsippany, it should obvious from the aforesaid that an attorney is a must in order to successfully defend your charge. And do not be mistaken in believing that every lawyer is interchangeable as they come with all different levels of experience and skill in defending a DWI. At our firm, Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, our clients have the benefit of representation by what is unquestionably one of the most credentialed drunk driving defense teams in the state. There are multiple lawyers who have been defending cases in Parsippany for several decades now with a long list of clients who have avoided conviction. For a review of the circumstances of your case free of charge, call us at 973-309-7050 or contact us online. There is no charge for the initial consultation.