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Middlesex County Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense Attorneys in Middlesex County, NJ

Aggressive Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyers Dedicated to Getting Results for Clients Facing Criminal Charges

The legal experience and strategic abilities of your criminal defense team is critical to protecting your future if you are facing criminal charges of any type.  Reputation, experience, and skill are all relevant when choosing the best criminal defense lawyer possible.

At Zegas Law, we represent clients accused of crimes ranging from serious felony-level crimes to simple possession of marijuana and other disorderly persons offenses.  We bring decades of experience and a proven track record of success to the table in every case we take on. When the trusted Zegas Law criminal defense team walks into a courtroom, prosecutors and judges alike respect our reputation for expert legal advocacy.  We know the process, we know the prosecutors and we know the stakes are high for our clients.

Importantly, our top-rated criminal defense lawyers handle every case with the expertise and meticulous attention to detail that our clients deserve.  We take the time to make sure you understand what might happen in your case and are available to answer any questions that you have along the way.

Our skilled Middlesex County criminal defense lawyers have successfully handled some of the most prominent criminal cases litigated throughout the United States.  To learn more about how we can make a difference in your criminal defense, call our office or contact us online today.

Our Areas of Criminal Defense Expertise in Middlesex County, NJ

While our skilled legal team understands that no two criminal cases are alike, our experience allows us to hit the ground running as soon as you retain our legal team.  We handle all types of criminal charges, including:

We combine attention to detail with experience to maintain our track record of success in handling Middlesex County criminal cases.  Whether you are facing charges in New Jersey Municipal Court, Superior Court or federal court, we have the skills to build the most strategic and strong defense possible for you.  Contact our firm today to learn more about how our lawyers can help in your case.

Top-Rated Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyers Ready to Take Action in Your Case

At Zegas Law, our top-rated Middlesex County criminal defense lawyers have been widely recognized for our legal skills and abilities.  Not only do we have decades’ worth of experience advocating for our clients in court, but we have the behind-the-scenes legal negotiating skills that are valuable in reaching a favorable outcome without ever going to trial.

Specifically, our recognitions and accolades include:

  • Top ratings with the Martindale-Hubbell lawyer ratings,
  • Consistently ranked as a top law firm in The Best Lawyers in America,
  • Ranked among the top 100 New Jersey lawyers in Super Lawyers,
  • Quoted as legal experts by a range of reputable media outlets, such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

Regardless of where you are in the criminal process, call our experienced Middlesex County criminal defense lawyers for more information on how we can help.

Schedule a Confidential Consultation with our Respected Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyers Today

If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, the most important step you can take is to remain calm and silent.  Consulting with an experienced criminal defense lawyer before answering law enforcement’s questions can make all the difference in securing a positive case resolution.

If you have been arrested, charged or are under investigation for any type of criminal offense in New Jersey, call our contact the skilled Middlesex County criminal defense lawyers at Zegas Law today.

About Middlesex County, NJ

Middlesex County is the second most highly populated county in New Jersey, with an estimated population of about 829,685 as of 2018.  Nicknamed “The Greatest County in the Land”, Middlesex County was originally settled in the late 1600s because of its proximity to the Raritan River.

Today, Middlesex County is home to a thriving Asian Indian community, including sections known as “Little India”, “Chinatown” and “Koreatown”.  In fact, it is the most culturally diverse and extensive South Asian center in the entire United States—about 61.57 percent of the total Middlesex County population is of Asian descent.

Frequently Asked Questions About Middlesex County, NJ Criminal Defense

FAQ: What if I have a prior criminal record in another state.  Does that record count if I am arrested on criminal charges in New Jersey?  

Yes.  The state of New Jersey has access to your criminal record regardless of where the crime is committed.  That means that you can be treated as a second or subsequent offender even if you have never before been arrested in New Jersey.

FAQ: What difference does it make if I am charged with a crime and I have a prior criminal conviction on my record?  

Judges can take your prior criminal record into account when determining the severity of your sentence if you are convicted again.  New Jersey gives a range of potential penalties that can apply based on the type of conviction involved. For example, some felony-level offenses carry a jail term of between three and five years.  If you have already been convicted of the crime in the past, it is even more important to have a strong criminal defense team to advocate on your behalf to avoid conviction a second time if possible.

FAQ: What is the difference between an indictable offense and a disorderly persons offense?  

Some states characterize crimes as either felonies or misdemeanors.  In New Jersey, an indictable crime is essentially a felony while a disorderly persons offense is a misdemeanor (less serious) crime.  Disorderly persons offenses in New Jersey are usually handled at the Municipal Court level, while indictable crimes are handled in Superior Court.  In general, indictable crimes are punishable by more than six months’ jail time.

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