Traffic and Criminal Offenses
Many offenses in Monroe occur in residential areas. The Monroe Borough Police maintain speed traps and check points on a fairly regular basis. Raymond Albert Raya, Esq. appears in Monroe Township Municipal Court on a regular basis for private clients. With his breath of experience, Raymond Albert Raya, Esq. knows how to defend your rights and to successfully resolve your motor vehicle charge or criminal offense in Monroe Township. Whether the offense is Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Possession of Drugs/CDS or a minor moving violation, Raymond Albert Raya, Esq. possesses the unique insight and personal contacts to help you through this ordeal. Contact our office for a free consultation to see what we can do for you.
Monroe Township Municipal Court
The Monroe Township Municipal Court only hears misdemeanor criminal offenses and traffic offense cases. In some instances, individuals charged with more serious offenses will have their initial court appearance in Monroe Township Municipal Court before their matter is transferred to the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office in New Brunswick. A conviction for a violation like DWI, driving while suspended, or possession of marijuana can tarnish your record for a long time. While the penalties of monetary fines, loss of driving privileges, community service, probation and sometimes even jail can be life-altering, the stigma of a having a criminal or motor vehicle conviction on your permanent record can haunt you for years to come. Our office fights to avoid these outcomes. We handle all Monroe Township Municipal Court charges including Underage Drinking, Possession of Marijuana, Shoplifting, Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Mischief, Speeding, Reckless Driving, Racing, DWI, Refusal, driving without insurance and driving while suspended or revoked. We also help you seek the help you need if your actions were the result of a drug or alcohol addiction. If you are being prosecuted for a criminal charge or traffic ticket like one of these, give our offices a call and tell us about your situation.
The Monroe Township Municipal Court is located 1 Municipal Plaza, Monroe, NJ 08831. Their phone number there is (732) 521-4020 and the fax number is (732) 521-2607. The Honorable George Boyd is the presiding judge. Donna Linke is the court administrator. Find out more at http://www.monroetwp.com/court.cfm
Directions to Monroe Township Municipal Court
Monroe Township Municipal Building is located at 1 Municipal Plaza, Monroe, NJ 08831.
From Route 130 (Heading North)
Take Route 130 to Route 32 East toward the NJ Turnpike. Route 32 East becomes Forsgate Drive at the Turnpike Overpass. Continue on Forsgate Drive, passing the Forsgate Country Club, toward Jamesburg. At the second light, make a right onto Perrineville Road (CVS is on the corner). Follow Perrineville Rd. to the first intersection (Schoolhouse Road) which is approximately 2 miles. Make a right. The Municipal building is the first building on the right.
From Route 33 EAST or WEST
Take the Jamesburg-Perrineville Road exit – (Lobster Shanty is on the Corner). Follow Perrineville Rd. approximately 4 miles. On your right you will pass the Monroe Post Office and Monroe High School. After the High School, at the Schoolhouse Road intersection, turn left onto Municipal Plaza/Veterans Way. The Municipal building is on the right.
From Route 9 North or South
Take Route 9 and exit onto Route 33 West. Stay on Route 33 and make a right onto Perrineville Road. The Lobster Shanty will be on the corner. Stay on Perrineville Rd., about 4 miles, until you see the Monroe Post Office and then the Monroe High School on your right. Immediately after the High School, turn left onto Municipal Plaza/Veterans Way. The Municipal building is on the right.
From New Jersey Turnpike: (North & South)
Exit 8A – After exiting the turnpike, follow the signs to Route 32 East (Forsgate Drive). Stay on Route 32 East until you get to a traffic light at Perrineville Road (CVS is on the corner). Make a right turn onto Perrineville Rd. and continue for about 2 miles. Turn right at Municipal Plaza/Veterans Way. The Municipal building is the first building on the right. If you pass the High School you went to far.
From Old Bridge
Take Route 9 to Texas Road (West) and continue on Texas Road until the fork in the road. Stay left at the fork (Matchaponix Ave also Route 612). At the light, continue straight on Matchponix Ave. or Route 612 until the road becomes Pergola Ave. Make a right onto Route 522/Buckelew Ave. and a quick left at the first light (Forsgate Drive). At the first traffic light, make a left onto Perrineville Road (CVS is on the corner). Follow Perrineville Rd. to the first intersection (Schoolhouse Road) which is approximately 2 miles. Make a right. The Municipal building is the first building on the right.
Route 18 South to Cranbury Road (route 535) and go approximately 7 to 8 miles following the Turnpike signs. On Forsgate Drive/Route 32 make a left. Go through four lights and make a Right onto Perrineville Road. Follow Perrineville Road to the first intersection (Schoolhouse Road) which is approximately 2 miles. Make a right. The Municipal building is the first building on the right.