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Criminal Defense Lawyer New Brunswick, NJ

If you have been charged with a crime in New Brunswick, NJ, it is perfectly understandable that you may feel anxious about criminal litigation — after all, the consequences can be dire. However, it is important that you avoid panicking. You need to consult with a qualified New Jersey criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. NJ prosecutors often charge defendants without adequate evidence to support a conviction. An experienced New Brunswick criminal defense attorney can help you fight the charges and avoid the most severe penalties. We represent clients charged with crimes in New Brunswick, including Rutgers students who have been accused of crimes.

Call now or submit a confidential online form to schedule a free consultation with an experienced New Brunswick criminal defense lawyer at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz today.

Experienced New Brunswick Criminal Defense Lawyers Represent Defendants in a Broad Range of Criminal Prosecutions in NJ

Although our firm has advocated on behalf of clients in a range of disputes, from personal injury to family law, our primary focus is on the provision of industry-leading representation in NJ criminal defense. Given our experiences as former prosecutors in New Jersey, we can assist clients in a variety of scenarios — there is little that we haven’t seen before.

We represent clients in criminal litigation involving charges related to:

In many criminal cases, New Jersey prosecutors will attempt to charge you with a stack of criminal offenses so as to induce you into negotiating an unfavorable plea bargain. The experienced New Brunswick criminal defense lawyers at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz can help you put forth an airtight defense that limits the ability of prosecutors to undermine your negotiating power.

Why Choose Hanlon Dunn for Your New Brunswick Criminal Case?

Here at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz, our New Brunswick criminal defense attorneys boast over 100 years of combined experience representing clients in a wide range of criminal prosecutions, from drug crimes to DUI offenses, and more. We are committed to the provision of comprehensive, personalized legal representation that is responsive to the needs and concerns of our clients, while producing cutting-edge work and securing favorable case results typical of larger firms.

Many of our attorneys have served as former prosecutors in NJ, giving us a competitive advantage during criminal litigation. Thanks to our experiences as former prosecutors, we are uniquely well-equipped to respond to the strategies used by the prosecutor in your New Brunswick criminal case. We understand how to develop a case so as to maximize our clients’ chances of success during negotiations and at trial.

Contact an Experienced New Brunswick Criminal Defense Lawyer at Hanlon Dunn for Further Assistance

If you have been charged with a criminal offense in New Brunswick, New Jersey, it is likely that you are feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of criminal litigation and the consequences thereof. Many criminal defendants do not realize the value of consulting with a qualified criminal defense attorney early on in the process. With the aid of an attorney, you will be represented by a knowledgeable advocate who can prevent you from being bullied for information by prosecutors and law enforcement authorities. Further, your attorney can gather the evidence you need to minimize or avoid liability altogether.

Do not delay in seeking assistance. Call us, email us, or fill out a confidential case form through our website to connect to an experienced New Brunswick criminal defense lawyer here at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz. We look forward to helping you successfully navigate criminal litigation.

About New Brunswick, NJ

New Brunswick is a medium-sized town with a population of roughly 57,000 (as of 2016 estimates) and serves as the county seat for Middlesex County in the northeastern portion of New Jersey. Middlesex County is the second-most populous county in New Jersey, with a population estimated at roughly 843,000. New Brunswick is located just southwest of Manhattan — no more than a half-hour drive — and is considered to be part of the New York City metropolitan area. Despite the perception of New Brunswick as a suburb of NYC, there are a number of prominent businesses — particularly in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry — in the area that draw a consistent stream of professionals and other workers.

If you have been charged with a crime in New Brunswick, then you may have to litigate your defense in Middlesex County Superior Court. Depending on the circumstances, however, your charge may be downgraded to a disorderly persons offense. If this happens, your case will likely be tried in New Brunswick Municipal Court, where the maximum jail time per charge is 180 days.

In the event that you’ve been charged with a criminal offense — in New Brunswick, Middlesex County, or elsewhere in New Jersey — we encourage you to get in touch with a criminal defense lawyer here at Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz for assistance.

For those located in or near Middlesex County, we operate an office in New Brunswick at 317 George Street, 3rd Floor. Call or email today to schedule a free consultation.

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