Legal Blog

How to Choose a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Author Clark & Noonan, LLC
Posted June 16, 2017
Category Criminal Defense

Wall New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorneys serving Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and all surrounding NJ areas.

Posted: August 25, 2016

Criminal defense cases are some of the most complicated areas of the justice system. The odds are often stacked against you, especially if your criminal charges and penalties involve a DUI/DWI, violent crime or sexual assault. It’s important for your criminal defense lawyer to be well versed in these cases as these crimes come with severe consequences and will have an impact on your future.

Criminal Law Specialty

Your first step in choosing a criminal defense lawyer should involve finding a law firm who specializes in cases such as yours. This ensures you have the best representation for your circumstances. Our law firm in New Jersey focuses on several areas of criminal law including:

Success & Experience

The experience and success of your lawyer should be a significant factor behind your decision for representation. Our lawyers at Clark & Noonan, LLC have a unique perspective into these proceedings because of our decades of experience as prosecutors. We know which details to look for and how to build a convincing argument for your case.


A lawyer with a compelling personality is better suited to reach the best possible outcome for your case. The court system depends heavily on the art of persuasion. A lawyer’s ability to fight for you comes down to their communication skills and their aptitude to use details of your case to convince a judge or jury to drop or reduce charges. The best way to get to know our lawyers, or any lawyer, is to schedule an initial consultation.

If you’re facing criminal charges in New Jersey, please call Clark & Noonan, LLC at 732-333-3011 to schedule your free consultation. Our criminal defense lawyers serve clients throughout New Jersey including Jersey City, Freehold, Essex, Hudson and Monmouth County.

We Can Help 24/7

Free case review. Call 732-333-3011 or send us a message now.