At the Law Offices of Irwin D. Tubman, LLC, our goal is to resolve municipal cases in a manner that is acceptable to our clients and avoid expensive, unnecessary defense measures and lengthy court appearances. We take great pride in being honest with our clients. In fact, we will always tell you exactly what to expect in your case and will only pursue legal avenues that are in your best interest.
DUI — Traffic Violations — Neighborhood Disputes
Our firm defends clients charged with a wide range of municipal crimes, including:
Experienced, Honest DUI and Municipal Law Defense Attorney
While municipal crimes are typically only misdemeanors, the consequences can still be significant. Depending upon the actual charges, you may face fines, a jail or prison sentence, and/or increased insurance costs. At the Law Offices of Irwin D. Tubman, LLC, we have been representing clients in the Hudson County and Middlesex County areas for over 35 years. Due to this extensive experience, we can frequently anticipate the prosecutor’s tactics and prepare a strong and effective defense on your behalf.
How We Work and How We Charge
Our legal practice is positioned on providing premium client service. This means being easy to deal with and using our experience and expertise to deliver a successful outcome for you. We pride ourselves on our open, down-to-earth approach. As part of this accessibility commitment, we will keep you posted on the progress of your case, and your options, every step of the way.
Structure of Typical Legal Case and Fees
At the Law Offices of Irwin D. Tubman LLC, we are committed to exceptional dedication and client care. Below we have provided an example of how a typical legal case may transpire.
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Our service charge options
In most cases, we can fix our fees for the work we do. We’ll consider the prospect of additional and unexpected work and give you a fixed cost.
Pay as you go
Many of our clients prefer us to work on a pay-as-you-go basis. For this type of service, our standard hourly rate applies.