Parsippany NJ Criminal Defense Attorneys
Parsippany, which is technically called Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, is a very large municipality in Morris County. The size of Parsippany applies to the number of people, miles of roadways, and geographic span. With over 50,000 people and more than 200 miles of roads reaching over 25 miles, the township also has one of the busiest Municipal Courts in Morris County. With this is mind, it is not surprising that people are arrested on criminal charges in the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills nearly every day. If you’ve been charged with a crime in Parsippany, do not let a criminal conviction ruin your future. Contact the aggressive criminal defense attorneys at the Tormey Law Firm to find out how we can help combat the charges against you.
Travis J. Tormey and his team of lawyers have extensive experience representing clients charged with DWI, simple and aggravated assault, marijuana possession, possession of CDS and other offenses in Parsippany Municipal Court. As a result of our years of experience in Morris County courtrooms, we’ve developed advanced defense strategies to beat criminal charges and minimize our clients’ exposure to penalties. Prior to starting the Tormey Law Firm, Mr. Tormey worked at the United States Attorney’s Office in a variety of areas, including the gang task force, sex crimes unit, and white collar crimes units. Another one of our firm’s partners, Christopher Perry, was recently quoted as a legal authority on guns rights in NJ in the Bergen Record and was named a SuperLawyer Rising Star in 2018 in the practice area of criminal defense.
If you or a loved one has been arrested in Parsippany, you need an attorney on your side who regularly fights for clients in the township and throughout Morris County. The lawyers at our firm appear in courts throughout Morris County on a daily basis. Do not hesitate to call us at (908) 336-5008, or use the online contact form to schedule a free consultation about your case.
Parsippany Municipal Court Information
Parsippany-Troy Hills is a township in Morris County, NJ, with a growing population of more than 53,000 people. The Parsippany Municipal Court handles most minor criminal matters, traffic and parking summonses, and municipal ordinance violations. Traffic violations that often occur in Parsippany include: speeding, driving with a suspended license, drunk driving, and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. The only criminal cases that are heard at the local municipal court level are disorderly persons offenses and petty disorderly persons offenses. Examples of these types of municipal court charges include harassment, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, shoplifting less than $200 worth of merchandise, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Indictable felony charges involving jail exposure greater than six (6) months are initially processed in local municipal court before being sent to Morris County Superior Court, which is located in Morristown, New Jersey.
The Parsippany Municipal Court is located at 3333 Route 46 East in Parsippany, NJ. The court office is open Monday-Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and the court office can be contacted directly at (973) 263-7145. For more information on the Parsippany Municipal Court, visit their official website.
- Anthony J. Frese and Gerald Scala are the Judges.
- Douglas Cabana, Peter King, and Matt Patrocca are the Prosecutors.
- Alvaro Leal is the Court Administrator.
Directions to Parsippany Municipal Court
Other Helpful Links and Information about Parsippany NJ
- For more information about Parsippany, visit the Parsippany website.
- The Parsippany Police Department is located at 3339 Route 46 in Parsippany. They can be contacted at (973) 263-4300. For additional information about the Parsippany Police Department, visit their website.
- For news and information on Morris County, check out the NJ.com website.
Contact a Parsippany NJ DWI Attorney for a Free Consultation
If you’ve been charged with a crime in Parsippany, NJ, call the Tormey Law Firm today for a free consultation. Let us help you avoid serious criminal penalties. You can contact our Morris County office 24 hours a day at (908) 336-5008.