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NJ CRIMINAL LAW ATTORNEYS
Navigating New Jersey’s criminal and municipal courts is not easy. Our New Jersey criminal defense lawyers handle all phases of a case, from investigation, through pre-trial motions, trial and appeals.
A wealth of experience and knowledge enables our NJ lawyers to ease your passage through the court system, while at the same time working with you to help you secure the best possible outcome in your case.
Our experienced and well-respected NJ criminal law attorneys handle various matters throughout the State of New Jersey, including:
Experienced NJ criminal law attorneys fighting for your rights
If you or a member of your family has been accused or charged with committing a crime in New Jersey, you are probably frightened and confused.
- What penalties am I facing?
- Should I talk to the police?
- What should I do next?
Carmine LoFaro is a former public defender with more than 20 years of experience in handling criminal matters in New Jersey, both at the Superior Court level and Municipal Court level. Mr. LoFaro’s extensive knowledge of the New Jersey criminal law and experience enables our NJ law firm to provide our clients with immediate and accurate answers regarding penalties, your best legal defense to the charge, how to respond to the police, detectives or investigators employed by the County prosecutor’s office and, most importantly, exactly what you need to do next. If you need the assistance of an experienced criminal lawyer in NJ including Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County, Union County and elsewhere, our NJ law firm is prepared to fight for your rights.
Exercise your 5th Amendment Constitutional right to remain silent
If you are under suspicion, have been arrested by the police, or have been charged with a crime in New Jersey, it is critical that you exercise your constitutional right to remain silent until you have a NJ criminal lawyer present. Be polite, but be firm – do not answer any questions for law enforcement officials or prosecutors until you have spoken to a NJ criminal attorney.
Contact our NJ criminal attorneys today and protect your rights.