New Jersey Municipal Court Criminal Defense Attorneys

When you are facing criminal charges, your freedom and future are on the line. In addition to heavy fines, loss of license, or jail time, criminal convictions can have a lasting impact on many years of your life, including on employment and child custody.

Don’t “Go It Alone”!

If you are summoned to appear in court as the result of a traffic violation, drug charge, or other offense, think twice before deciding to represent yourself. The dedicated defense lawyers at Aretsky Law Group, P.C., have decades of experience representing clients facing charges in New Jersey municipal courts and the juvenile justice system. Our clients benefit from our expertise and professionalism, which have earned us the respect of prosecutors and judges in the criminal justice system.

Also critical to our ability to protect your rights is our determination to ensure that you are comfortable discussing your case and personal objectives as openly as possible. Because our compassionate attorneys realize that the situation you are in can be very stressful, they strive to create an informal and relaxed environment where you can feel safe and protected.

Offenses Handled

These are among the many offenses that the defense attorneys at Aretsky Law Group, P.C., can handle for you:

Get the Help You Need

At Aretsky Law Group, P.C., our criminal defense attorneys strive to get charges dismissed whenever possible so that you remain free and clear. In cases where the evidence is overwhelming, however, a knowledgeable New Jersey criminal attorney will counsel you regarding your best options and draw upon our strong reputation among prosecutors to negotiate reduced charges and minimized sentences.

The skilled criminal law attorneys of Aretsky Law Group, P.C., have successfully prevented the filing of charges, negotiated for lesser charges, and obtained acquittals in a wide range of criminal defense matters. From cases involving DUI/DWIs, traffic violations and driving while suspended, to cases involving drug offenses, shoplifting, and assaults, a NJ criminal law attorney from Aretsky Law Group, P.C., has the skill, experience, and tenacity necessary to secure a positive outcome.

In addition to protecting your rights during criminal proceedings, our criminal law attorneys can also help protect them afterwards. Arrests often remain on your record even after criminal charges have been dropped, and New Jersey law allows you to remove—or expunge—certain arrests and criminal convictions from your record after a designated amount of time. Our criminal defense attorneys have helped many residents in New Jersey obtain expungements.

On April 18, 2016, a law amending New Jersey’s Expungement Law went into effect. The amendment makes it easier for nonviolent ex-offenders to clear their records. It is crucial that you have the assistance of a qualified New Jersey attorney with vast knowledge of the many laws that can affect the outcome of your case.

Our attorneys have the expertise and knowledge to help you get the best results possible. If you have been charged with a disorderly persons offense or have received a summons to appear in municipal court, contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. An experienced criminal defense attorney, dedicated to protecting your interests and freedom, will review your situation and guide you throughout the process.

Your initial consultation is free. Call us today to discuss your case at 800-537-4154.