Fanwood Criminal Defense Attorney

Fanwood Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you have been charged or arrested for a crime or traffic offense in Fanwood it is important that you contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer with a proven track record. William Proetta Criminal Law represent clients in Fanwood charged with drunk driving charges, Marijuana PossessionSimple AssaultTheft of Movable PropertyHindering Apprehension, and Disorderly Conduct. William A. Proetta has years of experience and handles cases throughout Union County including Fanwood Borough. If you would like to discuss the circumstances of your case with one of our lawyers please contact our office, conveniently located in Mountainside, by dialing (908) 838-0150.

Fanwood Municipal Court Information

The Borough of Fanwood Municipal Court is located at 75 N. Martine Avenue, Fanwood, NJ. Court sessions are held on three Thursdays each month. The business hours for the Fanwood Borough Municipal Court are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Fanwood Borough Municipal Court phone number is (908) 322-6750. The Honorable Susan M. MacMullan is the Municipal Court Judge. The Municipal Prosecutor is Daniel Antonelli and Joy A. Veeck is the Municipal Court Administrator. The Municipal Court’s fax number is (908) 322-1378. For additional information, please visit the Fanwood Municipal Court website.

Directions to Fanwood Municipal Court

Fanwood, New Jersey

Fanwood is a small borough in Union County that is only about 1.3 square miles in total size and has a population of 7,300 residents. Fanwood Municipal Court is a lower volume court due to the small size of the borough but Rt. 28 which runs through the center of the town leads to frequent stops and the issuance of complaints. Fanwood, which is home to many NYC commuters, was originally just a station on the Central New Jersey Railroad until becoming a town in 1895.

Fanwood Criminal Lawyers

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor, otherwise known as a disorderly persons offense, or a motor vehicle ticket such as Driving While Revoked you are facing potential jail time, loss of license, probation, community service, and high fines. You should know your rights and protect them by contacting the experienced criminal law attorneys at William Proetta Criminal Law. We will use our knowledge to analyze the weaknesses in the State’s case against you and then work with the prosecutor to get your charges dismissed and penalties minimized and litigate the case if a compromise cannot be met. To discuss your matter in detail contact our office at (908) 838-0150 to speak with an attorney absolutely free.