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Red Bank NJ

Red Bank is a town filled with great furniture and clothing stores, as well as some of the finest restaurants and bars in New Jersey. Some of the popular hangouts include the Downtown, Red and the Dublin House. Each year many people get arrested in Red Bank, and some of these matters are heard within the Municipal Court in Red Bank, while other cases are transferred to the Superior Court in Freehold, New Jersey.

The Municipal Court in Red Bank has jurisdiction for all traffic matters, borough ordinance violations and disorderly persons matters. Some examples of the criminal matters that can be heard in Red Bank Municipal Court include the following: Possession of less than 60 grams of marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Obstruction of Administrative Law, Open Container, Hindering the Apprehension of Justice and Resisting Arrest. Additionally, all traffic matters are heard in Municipal Court and these include; Speeding violations, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident and DWI.

The Law Office of Tara Breslow is located at 130 Maple Avenue, in the Courts of Red Bank, right in the center of Red Bank. It is a close walk to the train station and to the downtown area. The Law Office of Tara Breslow has been representing the community of Red Bank for many years in criminal matters both in the Municipal Court, and Ms. Breslow is very experienced in handling those criminal matters that are transferred to the Superior Court located in Freehold, New Jersey.

Red Bank has a total area of 2.2 square miles and is about 5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Red Bank is located on the Navesink River in the Monmouth County. The towns of Little Silver, Fair Haven, Middletown Township, Tinton Falls and Shrewsbury all border the Borough of Red Bank. Red Bank is located on the Shrewsbury River. There are approximately 12,000 people who currently live in Red Bank. Red Bank was established in 1908, when it broke away from Shrewsbury Township. Red Bank is about 25 miles from Manhattan. Red Bank has a town council consisting of six members and a Mayor.