Freehold Indictable Criminal Charges Lawyer
In matters involving criminal defense, prosecutors start with considerable advantages, including the power and resources of the Government, a tendency of many potential jurors to instinctively trust prosecutors and police officers, and a judicial system which can favor the prosecution. If you face charges in Superior Court stemming from a criminal arrest, you need a determined defense lawyer working for you.
At The Law Office of Mallon and Tranger, we use our extensive experience in criminal defense to level the playing field for our clients. When we go to court, we do not let the system or overzealous prosecutors take advantage of our clients. We defend their rights and their freedom with all of the legal tools at our disposal. Our criminal attorneys defend persons facing serious criminal charges, including accusations involving:
- Violent crimes, such as assault and battery and vehicular homicide
- Sexual assault
- Domestic violence
- Property crimes, such as theft, burglary, and robbery
- Juvenile crimes
- Municipal Court and Superior Court (indictable) drug charges
- Indictable motor vehicle offenses (including DWI)
- White collar crimes
- And other offenses including Municipal Court charges
Leveling the playing field
At The Law Office of Mallon and Tranger, we know that not everyone who is accused of a crime is in fact a criminal. The lawyer from our firm who represents you will tenaciously work to protect your rights and preserve your freedom. Our attorneys are well-versed in the techniques of some of the best prosecutors and the best defense attorneys in New Jersey. In theft crimes defense, in violent crimes defense, and in drug crimes defense, we use this knowledge to defend our clients’ rights and freedom. In every case, our goal is to obtain the very best result possible.
New jersey criminal defense attorney
For a free consultation with a criminal attorney at The Law Office of Mallon and Tranger, please call our Freehold, Point Pleasant or Tom’s River office locations at 732-702-0333, or contact us online.
For more information regarding criminal defense, please visit our criminal defense information center.