New Brunswick Criminal Defense Attorneys
Providing Compassionate & Effective Representation across New Jersey
When you are charged with a crime, it is of the utmost importance to retain experienced legal counsel and fight any and all charges against you. Otherwise, you could be convicted and face severe penalties.
Even being convicted of a minor offense, such as driving while intoxicated, can result in:
- Exorbitant fines
- Revoked driver’s license
- Mandatory educational seminars
- Installation of an ignition interlock device
- Extensive prison or jail time
In addition to the penalties listed above, a conviction will tarnish your record whenever a background check is conducted into your personal history. As a result, lenders may withhold loans from you, homeowners may not let you rent their properties, and employers may not hire you. The best way to help prevent a conviction from occurring is to contact skilled legal defense immediately.
Call Roberts & Teeter today at (732) 607-5553 or contact our New Brunswick criminal defense lawyers online to schedule a free consultation.
Individualized Method of Care
As a boutique law firm, Roberts & Teeter is able to provide our clients with a high level of personal service that most other law offices are unable to offer. Our criminal defense attorneys in New Brunswick have years of experience in exclusively practicing criminal law, giving us a comprehensive understanding of this practice area. Our legal team can proficiently navigate you through the legal system while fighting for your rights and best interests.
We genuinely care about our clients and we will do everything we can to help you achieve your legal goals. As one of our few select clients, you can count on us to give your case 100% of our time, attention, and effort. When you’re with us, you have an entire team of committed legal professionals working to weaken and discredit the case against you.
Join our team by calling us today at (732) 607-5553 and schedule your free consultation.
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