With all the highways that run through Sayreville, it is no surprise that Sayreville Police issue tons of traffic tickets in the town. Sayreville Police write lots of tickets for speeding, tailgating, careless driving and other traffic tickets. A good amount of arrests for drunk driving, DUI, DWI and disorderly persons offenses are also made by local police and New Jersey State Police in Sayreville.
The Garden State Parkway and Route 9 bring lots of volume to the Sayreville traffic court. The Sayreville DWI Court is located on Main Street. The judges include the Honorable James Weber, J.M.C. and Spencer Robbins, J.M.C. The prosecutor is Robert Blanda, Esq. Sayreville is located in eastern Middlesex County, New Jersey.
If you are issued a summons for a traffic ticket, speeding ticket or DWI, your tickets will have a date on them listed as your court date. If the box “Court Appearance Required” is checked, your must either go to court personally or retain a DWI attorney as soon as possible. Your appearance at this first appearance can be waived if you hire a criminal defense lawyer before then. Your attorney will enter plea of “not-guilty” on your behalf. Discovery (evidence) may also be requested from police records. This may include police reports, breath test reports, video an other evidence.
You will next receive a new court date in the mail. It will arrive in a thin, carbon copy envelope. The same notice will be sent to your attorney’s office. The next date will probably be a pre-trial conference, where your attorney will attempt to resolve the case for you. Most New Jersey Municipal Court Cases are resolved by way of a plea agreement. If an agreement can not be reached, your case will be scheduled for trial.