Noise Ordinance Violations Certified Criminal Trial Attorney
Most municipalities in New Jersey have codified local ordinances declaring that excessive sound is a serious hazard to public health, welfare, safety and the quality of life and that people have a right to an environment free from excessive sound. Municipal noise ordinances attempt to prevent excessive sound such as barking dogs, leaf blowers, construction equipment, loud parties and music, and unruly gatherings in both private (especially Shore rental houses) and public places.
Noise Ordinance Violations and The Law
When Attorney Michael Rubas defends you in Municipal Court, he takes the necessary legal actions to either dismiss, reduce or defeat the charges, or minimize the penalties associated with a traffic, disorderly persons, drug, or ordinance charge. When it is in your best interest, the Rubas law firm may plea bargain your charges. However, in so doing, Mr. Rubas will closely scrutinize and apprise you of the State’s case, and examine the best defenses possible before entering into a plea agreement. The Rubas Law Offices aggressive approach is calculated to raise all available defenses on your behalf.
While noise ordinances vary from municipality to municipality, most municipal codes prohibit individuals from causing, directly or indirectly, any loud noise which disturbs, injures or endangers the health, comfort, safety or welfare of others. For example, some municipalities may prohibit the use operate or use radio, television, or any other sound-producing instrument, device or apparatus in such a manner that will disturb the rest or repose of any person or persons in his, her or their place of abode or at any time with louder volume than is necessary for convenient hearing. Other municipalities prohibit the erection, excavating, demolition, alteration or repair of any building other than between certain daytime hours. Although these are but just a few examples, penalties for violations can be in excess of $2,000.
Years of experience have taught Certified Trial Attorney Michael Rubas that every noise ordinance case is fact sensitive and that a complete, well-planned defense is required. Rubas Law Offices explore every noise violation case to identify any issues that can assist in defending and/or negotiating the best outcome for our clients.
Michael Rubas has a Monmouth County office in Spring Lake Heights (732) 820-4322 that serves clients at the Jersey Shore including, but not limited to, the municipalities of Asbury Park, Belmar, Manasquan, Neptune, Sea Girt, Spring Lake, and Wall as well as all Ocean County municipalities. The Jersey City office (201) 448-9866 serves clients in all Northern New Jersey Municipal Courts.