Trial-Ready Lawyers Standing in Your Corner

30+ Years of Trial Experience

We spent 30+ years in the courtroom handling 1,000+ trial cases and 100+ felony trials—not sitting behind a desk.

Free Consults & No Upfront Fees

Don't worry about paying upfront for a case review. We'll meet, get the facts, and let you know how we can help.

Looking Out for Your Best Interest

We won't pigeonhole you to settle for a plea deal. Our trial success gives us the luxury to do what's right, not what's easiest.

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Hear it from Our Clients

Prior to hiring Clark & Noonan, LLC to represent me, I was convinced I was going to wind up in jail as a convicted felon. I felt like all my schooling and work experience was going to be worthless when all was said and done. Once they began handling my cases, they not only managed to keep me out of prison, they were able to get results that now leave me without a single conviction.

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Polished Lawyers with a Legacy of Success

The partners at Clark & Noonan, LLC are some of the most skilled and experienced lawyers in New Jersey. Their success was forged through years spent where an attorney should be—the courtroom. This experience allows them to take a trial posture toward every case so you don't get taken advantage of during plea negotiations. They also won't farm your case out to other attorneys on staff like some firms. With them, what you see is what you get—an attorney providing the time and dedication your case deserves.

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Notable Result: Aggravated Sexual Assault Dismissed

A client was charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault (1st Degree) & Endangering the Welfare of a Child (2nd Degree)—charges that could have resulted in 30 years in the New Jersey State Prison and $350,000 in fines.

After putting up a vigorous defense, our attorneys got the Aggravated Sexual Assault charges dismissed and the Endangering the Welfare of a Child charge reduced to a 3rd degree offense. The client served a year of probation and avoided jail altogether.