As a former Assistant County Prosecutor, Municipal Prosecutor and Public Defender, Mr. Hubert has many years experience in representing clients in both the Superior Court and Municipal Courts in the State of New Jersey. If you are charged with a crime, it is important to seek legal representation from someone who has experience. A criminal conviction can have a devastating effect on someone for life. It is important to get the right attorney for you as soon as possible. Mr. Hubertís criminal defense practice includes representing individuals in criminal matters such as the following:
Mr. Hubertís practice also includes Municipal Court defense. Municipal Courts in New Jersey hear cases involving disorderly persons offenses, petty disorderly offenses, township ordinance violations, and traffic matters. These courts hear matters which are non-indictable offenses. Anyone who appears before a Municipal Court has certain constitutional rights. One of these rights is the right to be represented by counsel, particularly if someone is facing the possibility of jail, a substantial fine, or a loss of driving privileges.
As in criminal cases, there are good defenses available in municipal court and traffic cases. Depending on the situation, they may include the statute of limitations, lack of jurisdiction, alibi, double jeopardy, sudden emergency, just to mention a few. A conviction in municipal court can be made a matter of record that will follow you as it becomes part of your criminal history. An experienced attorney can help avoid hundreds if not thousands of dollars in fines, costs, surcharges, unnecessary points on oneís driverís license, a loss of driving privileges, and potential jail.
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