Whether you were arrested for "possession of controlled dangerous substance" or "intent to distribute", or "possesssion of marjuana less than 60 grams", or cited for driving while intoxicated (DWI) or another traffic violations during a motor vehicle stop, it is importance to speak with an experienced attorney. If you were arrested for a disorderly persons offense or "aggravated assualt", accused of a sex crime or an act of domestic violence, or brought up on charges in connection with an ongoing investigation for a "white collar crime" or "theft" your current and future circumstances are immediately and inevitably changed. Your first interaction with the criminal justice system often begins with an arrest, stemming from an isolated incident or an investigation that results in a warrant. In other cases, you will receive a summons or a notice to appear in Municipal or Superior Court in connection with an alleged criminal act or motor vehicle violation. From then on, there will be numerous appearances, opportunities, and critical decisions that will spell both short and long-term implications for your life. Thoroughly understanding your rights and responsibilities during your journey is essential to achieving the best possible outcome.
Criminal defense attorney Tara Breslow has been helping clients to successfully navigate through the criminal justice process for the last decade. Whether you are charged with a relatively lower-level disorderly persons offense or an indictable felony that carries a life-long prison sentence, Ms. Breslow will ensure that you are informed, engaged, and aggressively advocated for every step of the way. From the moment she becomes involved with your case, Tara launches her own independent investigation to identify errors in police procedure, vulnerabilities in the State’s case, and violations of your Constitutional rights. She proceeds in formulating a comprehensive, compelling defense strategy that will position you for the most favorable result. Whether your best option is a downgrading of the charges, a negotiated plea with a lesser sentence, enrollment in a diversionary program such as Drug Court or Pre-Trial Intervention, or an outright dismissal at trial, Ms. Breslow will fight tirelessly to secure this outcome. She maintains open lines of communication, treating you with respect and ensuring that you can make educated, confident decisions at every juncture. To discuss the circumstances of your case with Ms. Breslow today, contact her offices in Monmouth County for a cost-free consultation.
Ms. Breslow provides honest guidance and aggressive advocacy for clients charged with a vast array of offenses involving:
- Assault and Harassment
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crimes
- Fraud Offenses
- Juvenile Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Theft Offenses
- Weapons Offenses
She also assists clients with the Expungement Process, which allows those who meet eligibility requirements to erase their criminal records and begin again with a clean slate.Seaside Heights NJ Criminal Defense Lawyer
Whether you have been charged with a felony (first, second, third, or fourth degree crime), a disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons offense, or a motor vehicle violation, you will soon be required to appear in Municipal or Superior Court for your first appearance. During this appearance, you will be advised of your rights, informed of the charges against you, and provided with the opportunity to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty. When charged with a crime classified as a disorderly persons offense or petty disorderly persons offense, or issued a summons for a traffic violation, you are required to appear in the Municipal Court in the municipality in which the alleged offense occurred. Conversely, when facing felony charges, your case will be reviewed by the County Prosecutor’s Office and either remanded to Municipal Court or transferred to the Superior Court for adjudication. If you are a juvenile charged with a crime, the outcome of your case will be determined in the Family Division of the Superior Court in your county of residence.
The trajectory of your journey through the criminal justice system will be significantly influenced by the nature and degree of the charges against you, as well as the venue in which your case is ultimately heard and decided. The phases of your case may include the Pre-Indictement Conference, bail hearing, and Grand Jury indictment, while your available alternatives to conviction may include a plea offer from the prosecution, or a diversionary program such as Pre-Trial Intervention, Drug Court, Conditional Discharge, or Conditional Dismissal. What occurs at these critical moments can turn the tide of your case for better or worse, underscoring the need for a knowledgeable and experienced legal counselor in your corner.Contact a Freehold NJ Criminal Defense Attorney for a Free Consultation
When you or someone you love is charged with a crime, you need immediate answers and a proactive defense strategy. Enlisting the right attorney is perhaps the most important decision that you can make during this often overwhelming time. To discuss your current situation free of charge, contact the Law Offices of Tara Breslow today. She will explain your charges, outline your available options, and provide the answers that you need to move forward. With passion and with purpose, defending your case is her calling.