Wayne NJ Assault Charges Defense Lawyers
If you have been accused of assaulting or threatening another party, regardless of the situation leading to the allegations, you need a lawyer who understands the criminal law process and how to help you combat the charges against you. At the Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver our Passaic County assault defense attorneys offer aggressive representation. We represent clients charged with all types of criminal offense throughout Passaic County. Our office routinely appears in not only the Passaic County Superior Courthouse but local Municipal Courts like Paterson, Passaic City, West Milford, Wayne, Clifton and Haledon as well. With multiple former prosecutors on staff and over 100 years of collective experience, we have the skill and knowledge needed to help you combat the penalties stemming from convictions of a number of charges, including:
- Aggravated Assault
- Assault by Auto
- Bias Intimidation
- Criminal Mischief
- Criminal Trespassing
- Disorderly Conduct
- Death by Auto / Vehicular Homicide
- Disarming a Police Officer
- Hindering Administration of Justice
- Invasion of Privacy
- Loitering for Prostitution Purposes
- Promoting Gambling
- Promoting Prostitution
- Resisting arrest
- Simple assault
- Terroristic Threats
Aggressive Defense From Former Prosecutors
With a detailed knowledge of New Jersey laws, the criminal process, and Passaic County prosecutors and judges, we work to provide the informative advice needed to help you mount the most effective defense possible to charges of a simple, aggravated, or another form of assault offense.
By carefully examining your case, we work to determine the best defense strategies available to you. Whether you wish to negotiate a favorable plea deal or feel that a court trial is in your best interests, we fight to help you obtain the best possible resolutions available in your unique situation.
Assault Lawyers in Little Falls NJ
Many defenses exist to assault and threat crimes. Perhaps you felt in danger and acted out of self defense. Maybe you were unable to predict the damage your actions would cause to the other party. In some cases, being harassed or having threats made against you can be a defense to assault charges. Before speaking to police, consult an attorney who knows how to help you address the allegations against you and combat the penalties stemming from a conviction. Contact our office online or call toll free 800-333-4184 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your specific charges and learn how we can help you defend your future from unnecessary harm.