The municipal prosecutor represents the State usually on
complaints that are issued
by law enforcement officers. Persons wishing to speak with the Prosecutor may do so at their scheduled trial date when all of the involved persons are present. Since all parties must be present in order to resolve the matter, discussing a case with the Prosecutor prior to the scheduled date may not be productive.
In the case of citizen complaints, excluding shoplifting, the municipal prosecutor only represents the citizen complainant when the named defendant is represented by an attorney.