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Mount Olive Criminal Lawyers

Skilled NJ Criminal Attorneys Serve Clients in Mount Olive and Throughout Morris County, New Jersey

Statistics show that hiring a knowledgeable criminal attorney to represent you when facing serious charges will drastically improve your chances of winning the case and avoiding the most severe penalties. That’s why anyone charged with a crime, disorderly persons offense, or DWI offense in Mount Olive, NJ needs to enlist the services of a results-oriented law firm. You deserve to have a tenacious litigator negotiating with the prosecution on your behalf and refusing to back down if the case goes to trial in a courtroom. In fact, it is imperative that you avoid being convicted of a felony in New Jersey because that conviction will stay on your record and have long-term consequences: you will see future employment opportunities disappear, housing options will be limited, state licensing applications may no longer be accepted, you could be stripped of your right to vote and your right to own a firearm, and you could lose your driving privileges even after serving jail time.

The legal team at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz includes highly resourceful criminal attorneys who know how to get creative and raise strong defenses to criminal charges in Mount Olive, NJ. Fill out the online contact form now to discuss your legal options.

Mount Olive Criminal Attorneys Defend Clients Against Felony Charges, Disorderly Persons Offenses, DWIs, and Traffic Tickets

The best decision you can make in your Mount Olive criminal case is to speak with a skilled attorney at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz. Our legal team includes former prosecutors who understand how the NJ criminal justice system works and who know how to get criminal charges dismissed in Mount Olive Township Municipal Court. We can defend you against any of the following charges:

When you enlist the services of Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz, you can count on our experience and diligence. We will honestly assess your case and come up with a strategy to help you get the charges downgraded, get the charges dismissed, or win in the courtroom.

Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz Can Help You Stay Out Jail and Keep Your Driver’s License

The criminal defense lawyers at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz have a century of combined legal experience in New Jersey. We understand how the NJ criminal justice system works and, more specifically, we know how Morris County prosecutors prepare their cases for trial. When you hire Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz to represent you in your Morris County criminal case, you can count on our highly experienced trial lawyers to fight for you and help you secure the best possible outcome.

Our law firm partners’ credentials are very impressive. Gerard E. Hanlon is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Morris County Bar Association Ethics Committee, the American Bar Association, and the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Robert S. Schwartz is a member of the New Jersey Association of Justice and the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. John P. Robertson II is an expert on the Alcotest, the breath testing instrument used by NJ law enforcement in all drunk driving cases. In fact, Robertson has participated as a moderator or speaker in legal seminars that focus on DWI offenses, Breath Test Refusal charges, and the Alcotest device. This gives his clients a major edge when it comes to challenging the legality of the breath test results in their New Jersey DWI cases.

Free Consultation with Experienced Mount Olive Criminal Attorneys About Your Drug Crime Case

Have you been charged with a criminal offense in Mount Olive, New Jersey? Then you need to speak with a qualified criminal defense attorney who understands the Morris County legal system. The Mount Olive criminal lawyers at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz are prepared to talk to the prosecutors in your case and seek dismissal or downgrading of the charges against you. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

About Mount Olive, NJ

Mount Olive is a township in the western part of Morris County, New Jersey. Mount Olive has a rapidly increasing population of 28,117 residents and a total geographic area of almost 31.1 square miles. Mount Olive was created in 1871 and formed from sections of Roxbury Township, NJ. Twenty-three years later, Netcong was created and formed from sections of Mount Olive. The major unincorporated community located within Mount Olive is Budd Lake, which has a population of just under 9,000 residents. The other unincorporated communities in Mount Olive are Bartley, Flanders, Saxton Falls, and Waterloo.

There are several major roads and highways in Mount Olive, including US Route 46, US Route 206, and Interstate 80 (I-80). These roads, and their exits, are often patrolled by New Jersey State Police troopers and Mount Olive patrol cops, which can lead to traffic stops for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI), speeding, and reckless driving.

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