Knowledgeable in Criminal, Municipal, and Traffic Laws
When you are going up against the State of New Jersey you need experienced legal counsel. Regardless of whether you are facing an indictable criminal charge in the Superior Court, a drug charge in Municipal Court, a DWI, or even a simple motor vehicle charge you want to have the best possible result. Thomas H. Martin has been helping people face the most difficult of situations for years. If you have been accused of a crime, call Thomas H. Martin Esq. criminal defense attorneys at (732) 431-2224. We work with clients accused of all kinds of criminal offenses, from minor misdemeanor crimes to serious felony offenses.
NJ Criminal, DWI, and Traffic Lawyer Thomas H. Martin Esq. has experience in handling all criminal and traffic matters including; but not limited to:
No one plans on being charged with a crime. Mistakes happen. Unfortunately, the sentencing consequences for an error or bad choice can be grave — high fines, incarceration, a criminal record that you cannot expunge, and for those who are not United States citizens, deportation. We will challenge the evidence and the charges against you. If you feel you were unfairly charged, we will fight for you in court. If you would prefer to plea bargain, we will work to reduce the penalties to include a smaller jail sentence, lower fines, or a diversionary program.
You should give special consideration in your selection of an attorney, as proper representation can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case. If you have been arrested or charged with a crime in New Jersey, please do not hesitate to contact my office to arrange for a free consultation. We can be reached at (732) 431-2224 or email me directly. All consultations are confidential.
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