Highland Park Criminal Defense Attorneys
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Whether you’ve been charged with a minor traffic violation or a first-degree felony, you need strong legal defense to protect your rights. If convicted, you could face years in prison, probation, and exorbitant fines. Furthermore, a conviction will show up on all future background checks, thereby deterring employers from hiring you and lenders from giving you loans.
At Roberts & Teeter, our criminal defense attorneys in Highland Park provide all our clients with individualized and effective representation. Backed by years of experience exclusively practicing criminal defense, our legal team has an in-depth understanding of New Jersey criminal law. We have an extensive track record of success and we can help you, too.
If you have any questions, concerns, or a need for strong defense, contact us online or call us at (732) 607-5553 to schedule your free consultation.
Compassionate, Client-Focused Service
Our legal team’s top priorities are protecting your rights and fighting for your best interests. We know that being charged with a crime and going through the ensuing legal process is often a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you are unfamiliar with it. That’s why our Highland Park criminal defense attorneys will proficiently navigate you through the legal process and be with you every step of the way. Our legal team will provide you with well-informed counsel and help you determine your best course of action.
As a boutique law firm with two attorneys, Roberts & Teeter is able to:
- Provide you with a level of personalized service that other, larger law offices are often unable to offer
- Have you work extensively with our attorneys, rather than getting your case passed off to an associate or paralegal
- Provide you with an entire team of skilled legal professionals, all working to help you achieve your goals
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2nd Driving While Intoxicated Received No Loss of License
4th Shoplifting Offense Case Dismissed
Aggravated Assault Case Dismissed
Aggravated Assault & Possession of a Weapon Case Dismissed
Driving While Intoxicated DWI Charge Dismissed
Endangering the Welfare of a Child Charge Dismissed After Intervention Program
Official Misconduct Case Dismissed
Possession of CDS, Intent to Distribute Case Dismissed
Possession of Marijuana & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Case Dismissed
Simple Assault – Domestic Violence Case Dismissed