Monmouth County Superior Court
If you have been accused of a crime and summoned to appear in the Monmouth County Superior Court, you likely find yourself in one of two scenarios: you are an adult charged with an indictable offense (also known as a felony), or you are a juvenile charged with juvenile crime. In either case, understanding the nature of the alleged offense, the nuances of the charges, and the penalties to which you are exposed, is essential to achieving the best possible outcome.
Criminal defense attorney Tara Breslow has dedicated her career to defending adults and juveniles charged with crimes in Monmouth County. With centrally-located offices in Red Bank, Ms. Breslow frequently appears in the Monmouth County Superior Court as she vigorously defends the rights of her clients. Those who have worked with Tara understand that her approach is fundamentally different. She takes the time to understand her clients’ unique situations, listens to their concerns, and goes above and beyond to resolve their cases in the most favorable manner possible. Through her unparalleled commitment to her clients, she has earned exceedingly positive reviews, including the one below:
“If it was possible to give an attorney more than a 5-star rating, I would absolutely give it to Tara. If you are ever in the unfortunate situation of having to hire a criminal defense lawyer, Tara is the absolute only option. She genuinely cares about her clients and goes absolutely above and beyond to help them, both from a legal standpoint and a personal one.” – Former Client
To receive your cost-free consultation with Tara, contact her offices in Monmouth County today at 732.963.0742. You can also visit Tara’s profile on Avvo.com to view more of her 5-star reviews.Criminal Lawyer in Monmouth County NJ
If you are an adult charged with a felony-level offense in Monmouth County, New Jersey, your case will be adjudicated in the Monmouth County Superior Court. In New Jersey, indictable crimes span the spectrum from weapons offenses, to those involving drugs, sex crimes, theft, assault, and violent crimes. Some of the most common offenses that are prosecuted in Monmouth County Superior Court include:
- Aggravated Assault
- Terroristic Threats
- Cocaine Possession and Distribution
- Heroin Possession and Distribution
- Marijuana Distribution
- Prescription Drug Charges
- Sexual Assault
- Unlawful Possession of a Weapon
Depending on the specific offense, you may face charges for a first, second, third, or fourth degree crime. First degree crimes are considered the most egregious under New Jersey law and are punishable by a sentence to serve between 10 and 20 years in New Jersey State Prison. Second degree crimes are also very serious, resulting in prison terms ranging from 5 to 10 years. Third degree crimes are slightly different from the two mentioned previously, as they entail a presumption of non-incarceration for first time offenders. This means that if you have no prior criminal record and are charged with a third degree crime, you may be considered a good candidate for probation or a diversionary program such as Drug Court or Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI). Fourth degree crimes are the lowest-level felony offenses, and may result in a sentence to serve up to 18 months in NJ State Prison.Success in Monmouth County Superior Court
The following is one client’s story of success when represented by Ms. Breslow:
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“I was arrested in June of 2015 for a felony charge and was absolutely scared out of my mind. I had never been in any sort of legal trouble, but that fright I felt quickly dissipated the second I retained Tara. Her confidence, brilliance and professionalism completely put me at ease. I honestly felt like I had an attorney who cared more about my well being and my future than she did her attorney fees, and that feeling was quickly proven true. Tara somehow managed to get my charges completely dismissed by the County Prosecutor without even having to make a single court appearance.”
The Monmouth County Superior Court is located at 71 Monument Park, Freehold New Jersey, 07728. Court hours of operation are between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday. The Criminal Division can be reached at (732)-677-4500. The presiding judge in the Criminal Division is the Honorable David F. Bauman. The Criminal Division Manager is Mary Ann McGevna.
For additional information regarding Monmouth County Superior Court, visit the Monmouth County Superior Court website.Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office
The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office is located at 132 Jerseyville Avenue, Freehold, New Jersey, 07728. The office can be reached via phone at (732) 431-7160 and via email at email@example.com. The Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor is Christopher J. Gramiccioni.
For additional information about the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, visit the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office’s Website.Juvenile Justice in Monmouth County Superior Court
If you are a juvenile who is taken into custody and charged with a crime, your case will be heard and decided in the Family Division of the Monmouth County Superior Court. The juvenile delinquency division of the Monmouth County Family Court can be reached at 732-677-4096. To learn more about the juvenile justice system, visit our Juvenile Defense page.Domestic Violence in Monmouth County Superior Court
Cases involving domestic violence and restraining orders are also handled in the Family Division of the Monmouth County Superior Court. The domestic violence division of the Monmouth County Family Court can be reached at 732-677-4050. Ms. Breslow represents both plaintiffs and defendants in restraining order hearings, as well as defendants charged with criminal offenses in connection with domestic violence incidents.Contact a Freehold NJ Criminal Defense Attorney for a Free Consultation
If you or someone you love has been charged with an indictable crime or juvenile offense, or you are involved in a domestic violence proceeding in Monmouth County, it is crucial to enlist a knowledgeable and experienced attorney. Contact the Law Offices of Tara Breslow to discuss your case and find the answers you need to move forward. Initial consultations are always provided free of charge.