Stephen Monson received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics and an MBA in Industrial and Labor Relations from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Juris Doctorate degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Mr. Monson served as a Deputy Attorney General for the state of New Jersey for 30 years, initially in the State Police Legal Advisory Unit and then in the Division of Criminal Justice. He is a recognized legal expert in: the prosecution and enforcement of DWI and speeding laws; the legal and procedural issues pertaining to expungement of records; municipal court and regulatory practice. Mr. Monson is admitted to practice law in all New Jersey State and Federal Courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Throughout his career, Mr. Monson has authored and contributed to several legal manuals and teaching guides including the Law Enforcement Reporter and the New Jersey Prosecutor’s Manual; and has served as a panelist on the Rutgers University Criminal Law Symposium. In 2005 he was recognized as the Career Prosecutor of the Year by the New Jersey County Prosecutor’s Association.
Mr. Monson’s areas of practice include appellate, regulatory and limited criminal defense representation.