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Gun Crime Defense Attorney in NJ

Gun crimes in New Jersey are very serious offenses that carry very serious penalties. Gun offenses in New Jersey vary depending upon the type of firearm which is found and how the firearm was used. Gun offenses are listed under the New Jersey Criminal Code. The exact statutes which most gun crimes fall under is N.J.S. 2C: 39.

Some of the potential gun offenses which fall under this provision of the law in New Jersey are:

Our attorneys represent individuals charged with gun crimes including robbery, throughout the state of New Jersey.  Our attorneys handle matters in all counties throughout New Jersey. Our criminal defense lawyers are ready and able to raise any and all defenses to your gun crime charge. Some ways in which gun charges are defended are by demonstrating that the state cannot prove the accused person was actually in possession of a gun or by filing a motion to suppress the gun that was found. A motion to suppress means that the gun that was recovered was recovered in violation of the New Jersey State Constitution and or the United States Constitution and therefore that gun cannot be used in the gun prosecution. If the prosecution is not able to use the recovered gun in a gun crime prosecution, the charges will likely be dismissed.

If you would like more information on any of the specific counties and our firm’s ability to handle gun offenses in those counties click on one of the links below.

Gun offenses in New Jersey carry very significant penalties which include mandatory jail time in many circumstances. Certain offenses carry specific times in which the individual must spend in jail before they are eligible for parole. Some of these periods of parole ineligibility can exceed five years in a New Jersey state prison.

We do not rest until we have obtained the best possible outcome to your case. Our New Jersey Gun Crime Defense Attorneys are available to you 24/7, providing you with the attention and high-quality legal services you deserve.

When you choose our attorneys, you are choosing attorneys who have worked as prosecutors on criminal cases in the past. As a result, Charles Clark and Ryan Clark have unique insight into how the case against you will progress. We use all of our experience, knowledge and resources to move your gun case in the direction we want. Under our representation, you will not be defined by your charges. We will tell your side of the story and show that you do not deserve the harsh penalties possible with gun crime convictions.

Additionally, we pursue every path to getting the best possible results. Every opportunity to return a not-guilty verdict will be determined and weighed against other options. We know your future is at stake, and we are proud to fight for what is in your best interest.

If you have been charged with gun crime in New Jersey, please call our New Jersey Gun Crime Defense Attorneys at 732-303-7857 for a free consultation.


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