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Criminal Attorneys in Denville, New Jersey

Experienced Criminal Lawyer Helps Clients Fight Drug Charges & DWI Charges in Denville and Throughout Morris County, NJ

Prosecutors in Denville Municipal Court and Morris County Superior Court are known for “overcharging” certain criminal cases, such as drug possession and theft offenses. This means that defendants often face maximum penalties that include potential jail time. A conviction may result in your promising future being derailed – as you spend time behind bars and then, upon completing your prison sentence, have to explain your permanent criminal record to friends, family members, and employers. The best way to combat an overzealous prosecutor is to have an experienced attorney on your side and fighting for you every step of the way.

If you fail to hire a qualified criminal lawyer to handle your Denville NJ criminal case, you will likely regret it for a very long time. Let the experienced criminal attorneys at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz represent you in your Denville criminal matter and help you avoid the most severe penalties.

Denville Criminal Attorney Will Help You Avoid the Most Severe Penalties for Disorderly Persons Offenses & DWI Violations

Whether you face NJ state criminal charges in Morris County Superior Court, misdemeanor charges in Denville Township Municipal Court, or federal criminal charges in U.S. District Court, the attorneys at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz can help you. We handle all of the following types of criminal cases in New Jersey:

Contact the Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz legal team today to discuss your specific criminal charges or traffic tickets. We will mount a strong defense on your behalf and help you avoid the most severe penalties in your case.

Choose Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz for Your Denville Criminal Case

All of the partners at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz have been certified as trial attorneys by the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey. This indicates that each of our lawyers has an exceptional level of knowledge and experience in their respective legal specialties. Moreover, Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz is highly regarded by peers, prosecutors, judges, and others in the Morris County legal community. We have a well-earned reputation for providing skilled representation to defendants in criminal cases, DWI cases, and traffic cases.

Our legal team’s credentials and standing in the NJ legal community stand second to none. Gerard E. Hanlon was selected to the New Jersey Super Lawyers for six consecutive years, indicating the level of respect he has earned from his peers. John P. Robertson II previously served as an Assistant Prosecutor with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office. Robert E. Dunn is a member of the Morris County Bar Association and the New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyers organization. Robert S. Schwartz previously served as an Assistant Prosecutor with both the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.

Schedule a Free Consultation with Experienced Criminal Lawyers in Denville, New Jersey

The NJ Criminal Code imposes severe penalties, including mandatory prison time in certain cases. If you’ve been charged with a felony-level offense or a disorderly persons offense in Denville, New Jersey, you need to speak with a qualified attorney at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz immediately. We will get to work evaluating your case and determine the best course of action for you going forward. Fill out the online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced criminal lawyers.

About the Denville Area

Denville is a township Morris County, NJ. The population of Denville is just over 15,800 people and the geographic area is approximately 12.6 square miles. Denville is known by many as the “Hub of Morris County” because it is located along several major transportation routes, including New Jersey Route 10, New Jersey Route 53, U.S. Route 46, and Interstate 80. NJ State Police troopers and Denville police officers often patrol these highways, and nearby roads, looking for motorists who commit speeding violations and drunk driving offenses.

Denville has several unincorporated communities: Cooper Lake, Indian Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Snake Hill, and Union Hill. Additionally, the Tourne county park, which covers nearly 550 acres with bike trails, hiking trails, and picnic areas, is located partly in Denville (as well as in Boonton Township and Mountain Lakes). Denville also has multiple bodies of water, including Cedar Lake, Rock Ridge, Estling Lake, Hollstein Lake, and Openaki Lake.

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