Representative Matters

State v. D.P.

Client charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. After an investigation was conducted, and motion was filed, the matter was dismissed.

State v. A.W.

Client charged with possession of C.D.S. The State offered client three years of prison. The client was acquitted at trial.

People v. M.V.

Client charged with Grand Larceny. Our firm was retained for trial. Before trial, after conducting our investigation and presenting evidence to the prosecutor, the case was dismissed.

State v. S.D.

Client was charged with 2nd Degree Possession of C.D.S. With Intent to Distribute and a Firearm. Charges were dismissed the week of jury selection.

People v. E.H.

Client charged with 2nd D.W.I. Offered 30 days in jail. After suppression hearing, prosecutor revised offer and client pled to a disorderly conduct resulting in no license suspension and no criminal record.

People v. J.Y.

Client charged with 2nd Degree Assault. After firm was retained and investigation was conducted, case was dismissed during the next court appearance.

People v. L.S.

Client charged with 2nd Degree Assault. After firm was retained and investigation was conducted, client obtained an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal (ACD) resulting in a dismissal and sealing of the matter.

State v. J.J.

Client, a Rutgers student, was charged with Aggravated Assault after an incident where another student suffered serious head injuries. After, an investigation was conducted by the firm, all assault charges were dismissed against client.

People v. Dr. O

Client, an engineer, was charged with falsifying documents and related offenses. After the firm conducted an investigation, all criminal charges were dismissed against him and resulted in a non-criminal offense.