Criminal Defense

Have You Been Charged with a Criminal Offense?

Being arrested for any anything can be scary and a nerving experience. The consequences that you are facing could have severe implications on all aspects of your life. It is important to remember that you are innocent until proven guilty and the State bears the burden of proving you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, period. Having a knowledgeable attorney fighting for you, is only to your advantage.

Experience! Aggressive! Proven Results…

As I have the highest rating of an A+ with the Better Business Bureau, I understand the importance of aggressive, quality representation. I have successfully represented hundreds of individuals who have been charged with various types of criminal offenses in the Superior Courts in Middlesex County, Somerset County, Monmouth County, Mercer County and Ocean County, as well as, the many Municipal Courts within each of these counties. At my Law Office, you will not be shuffled around from person to person. Your matter is much too important, and thus, I will personally handle your matter myself from start to finish.

With my experience as a criminal defense attorney and a former Municipal Prosecutor, I have the knowledge and insight of knowing what the Prosecutor will likely argue on behalf of the State. Having over 17 years of experience in successfully fighting for my clients, I have defended people charged with a wide range of offenses, such as, but not limited to:

  • Drug charges
  • Drug possession
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Drug distribution
  • Assault (simple and aggravated)
  • Robbery
  • Gun charges
  • Weapons charges
  • Bad checks
  • Theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Hindering apprehension
  • Violent crimes
  • Juvenile crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Burglary
  • Stalking
  • Various other criminal matters

Types of criminal offenses

In the State of New Jersey there are two types of “crimes” that a person can be charged with. In the Municipal Court, these offenses are called Petty Disorderly Persons Offenses or Disorderly Persons Offenses. In the Superior Court at the county level, these offenses are characterized as Indictable Crimes. These types of offenses are more serious in nature and are graded as a 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th degree crimes. Often people refer to less serious matters in the Municipal Court as being a “misdemeanor” and more serious matters at the County Level as being a “Felony.” Regardless of what you call these offenses, your liberty and freedom are at stake and you deserve to have someone fighting for you to challenge charges that are pending against you.

It is important to know your legal rights and the defenses that you may have available to you. As I am sure you know, some of the offenses for which you are being charged carry various penalties including, but not limited to, high fines, loss of license, incarceration, probation and/or could result in you having a criminal record. You certainly deserve to know all of the possible outcomes and legal defenses for what you are being charged.

I offer FREE consultations on ALL matters, I am here ready to fight for you. I am willing to give your matter the time and attention that you deserve. Call (732) 321-9100 and speak with Brian directly!

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