1514 NJ-138 Suite 3 Wall Township, NJ 07719

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We Combine More Than a Quarter Century of Experience

Jersey City & Freehold Attorneys serving Essex, Hudson, Monmouth County, and Nearby NJ Areas

At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC., our lawyers have extensive experience representing people charged with misdemeanor and felony charges in municipal, state and federal courts throughout New Jersey. As former prosecutors with 30 combined years of criminal law experience, we know how to effectively evaluate cases and successfully defend our clients against any criminal allegations.

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Wall Township, NJ 07719

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