New Jersey prosecutes its felonies in Superior Court. Called "indictable offenses" in the state of New Jersey, they range from first degree to fourth degree, first degree being the most serious. An accusation in Superior Court is a serious matter. A conviction can result in lengthy jail term.
If you are facing an indictable offense charge, call my office. I have extensive criminal defense experience, including serving as a prosecutor early on in my career, and have tried numerous cases in Superior Court.
If you or someone you love has been arrested or indicted in Superior Court, call the Law Offices of Michael T. Nolan, Jr., toll free at 888-415-7141 for a free consultation.
I have successfully represented clients in a broad range of cases, including:
- Sexual assault, also called rape
- Domestic violence, including contempt of restraining orders
- Firearms and weapons charges
- Robbery and burglary
- Violation of probation
- Trafficking and manufacture of methamphetamine and/or possession of chemicals (i.e. ephedrine or pseudoephedrine) for manufacturing
- Involuntary manslaughter - fatal drunk driving accidents and bar fights
- Aggravated assault
- Drug charges and federal indictments involving: Crack, cocaine, crystal meth and Ecstasy
A Word About Juvenile Law
Children sometimes make mistakes. If those mistakes land them in criminal or juvenile court, the consequences can last a lifetime. Not every criminal defense attorney understands juvenile court procedures and penalties. Both indictable and disorderly person's offenses, if committed by a minor, are usually handled by juvenile court, but if serious enough, may be handled by the adult system. I handle all types of juvenile cases, including waiver hearings. If your child is in trouble with the law, you need an attorney who is familiar with the juvenile justice system. Call the Law Offices of Michael T. Nolan, Jr., to find out more.