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Robert Musto

Robert Musto has been practicing law in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, and the surrounding areas for over 40 years. After completing a legal clerkship with the Honorable Robert L. Garrenger, Jr., P.J.S.C, Robert began his work with a local Woodbridge firm. In 1985, Robert opened up his own legal practice and office, with a focus on matters regarding Family Law, Municipal Court, and Criminal Court.

Robert has represented thousands of clients in the criminal, municipal and family courts at the trial and appeal levels. Robert represented the prevailing parties in the reported Appellate Division cases of Carter v. Carter, 318 N.J. Super. 34 (App. Div. 1999) and Lentini v. Lentini, 236 N.J. Super. 233 (1989). Robert has also successfully defended many third offense DWI defendants facing mandatory incarceration.

Robert served as a municipal prosecutor in Woodbridge Township from 1988 until 1992. He is certified in administration and scoring of Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) for detection of intoxication, assisted in SFST training of other attorneys and has spoken at presentations on the topic. Robert has also donated his time to Project Safe Surrender, acting pro bono on behalf of fugitives who were surrendering themselves.


United States Marine Corps

Seton Hall University, BA, JD

Probation officer with the Middlesex County Probation Department

Law Clerk to the Honorable Robert L. Garrenger, Jr., P.J.S.C,

Member of the Middlesex County Family Court Committee since 1981.

Panelist on the Middlesex County Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel (MESP) for over 25 years. 


Professional Affiliations

American Bar Association

New Jersey State Bar Association

Middlesex County Bar Association

Middlesex County Family Court Committee

Middlesex County Court Early Settlement Panel


Community Affiliations

Marine Corps League

American Legion

George Scott Alevras


George “Scott” Alevras is a Woodbridge native; Scott graduated from Colonia High School in 1995. Scott is an alumnus of Kean University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude in History. Scott earned his Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School in 2005, graduating in the top 25% of his class. While at Brooklyn Law School, Scott concentrated in such areas as First Amendment Law and Guardian Advocacy of children.

Scott completed a legal externship with the Honorable Barry P. Sarkisian, J.S.C., Hudson County Law Division and an internship with the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office.


Scott joined the Law Office of Robert Musto in 2009. He is responsible for the criminal and municipal court areas of the practice, as well other areas of law such as real estate, domestic violence restraining orders, civil litigation, will drafting and business transactions.


Scott has successfully defended many defendants facing consequences of magnitude. Scott was the attorney for the prevailing party in the unpublished appeal, C.M.C. v. M.J.C., NJ Sup. Ct. (App. Div) Docket No. A-0070-21 (2022). Scott also devotes a considerable amount of his required continuing legal education requirements to DWI defense.


Scott is currently a substitute public defender in Woodbridge Township Municipal Court, defending indigent defendants when the public defender is not available.


Scott has helped clients avoid terms of mandatory incarceration and has successfully appealed municipal court convictions to the Superior Courts of both Middlesex and Somerset County. 


Kean University, BA Cum Laude

Brooklyn Law School, JD

Professional Affiliations

American Bar Association

New Jersey Bar Association

Middlesex County Bar Association

New York Bar Association

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