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What Are the Penalties for 1st Degree Crimes in New Jersey?

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

 

First degree criminal offenses: 10 to 20 years in prison and a fine up up to $200,000. Some crimes, for example firstdegree murder, may carry a sentence of 30 years in prison (NJSA 2C:11-3 Murder).

Examples of FirstDegreeCrimes

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Attorneys at our criminal defense law firm have handled hundred of trials and more than 100 felony jury trials and have experience defending individuals against serious criminal cases involving municipal, state and federal crimes.

We operate on a “trial first, negotiations second,” premise.

The stakes in every criminal case are high. No matter how the evidence seems to stack up, we believe there is ALWAYS a defense worth pursuing. You owe it to yourself to contact our firm today for a free consultation at 732-303-7857 . Our clients can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via our office.

Monmouth County Drug Crime Lawyer

  Monmouth County Drug Crime Lawyer If you have been charged with a drug offense in Monmouth County  you can protect your rights with the best defense by working with a Monmouth County drug charge attorney. No one ever wants to have a criminal conviction on his or her record, but this is especially true […]

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What are my Defenses to a Wall Township DWI?

  Wall Township, New Jersey is a busy town in Monmouth County that handles many Wall DWI matters on a monthly basis. Wall borders Jersey shore towns Belmar, and Manasquan.  Those shore towns are home to many bars and nightclubs.   Challenging the Motor Vehicle Stop. If an individual is stopped and charged with DWI in […]

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Can Police Officers Call the Dogs During a Traffic Stop?

In some circumstances, police officers may be able to summon police dogs to a traffic stop.  The reasonable and articulable suspicion that the officers possesses at the time will be the deciding factor.   Police officers are permitted to conduct a traffic stop based upon reasonable and articulable suspicion.  They are further permitted to issue […]

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