Criminal Defense Attorney
The Law Office of Mark A. Bernstein has more than 17 years of experience defending clients who have been charged with a criminal defense. Our office has experience handling a wide range of criminal cases, including drug crimes, theft crimes, and assault crimes. If you have been charged with a crime such as assault or possession of drug paraphernalia, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who will fight for your rights and work to get your case dismissed or the charges reduced.
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Shoplifting and theft charges are one of the most commonly prosecuted crimes. New Jersey law defines six specific acts that are considered shoplifting, including taking merchandise, hiding merchandise with the intent to steal, altering price tags, and under-ringing merchandise. It is not necessary to even leave the store to be charged with theft.
The Law Office of Mark A. Bernstein will fight to protect your rights and get the charges dismissed or your penalties reduced. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and work on building your defense.
If you are facing drug charges, such as possession of drug paraphernalia or drug possession, it is very important to protect your rights and seek representation from an experienced drug charge defense attorney as soon as possible. Depending on the severity of the charge, you may face a prison or jail sentence, very high fines, and a permanent criminal record that may prevent you from getting a job or attending college.
There are many drug offenses in New Jersey, including charges for selling drugs, intent to sell, drug possession, or possession of drug paraphernalia. While these charges are the most common, you may even be facing more serious charges like drug trafficking. You can be charged with a drug crime if you are found in illegal possession of prescription drugs, methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine, or other controlled substances.
New Jersey law considers assault charges as violent crimes. If you have been charged with assault, you are facing serious consequences that depend on the grade of the crime. While fights are not uncommon, they can get you a jail sentence and even a civil lawsuit.
In , aggravated assault may include vehicular assault, domestic violence, or even a bar fight. The severity of the charge depends on whether a weapon was involved and whether the other person was injured. Your charge may be upgraded from a simple assault to a second-degree aggravated assault. Simple assault is considered a misdemeanor disorderly persons offense and you may be able to avoid trouble if your case was not aggravated.
If you are facing an assault charge, contact the Law Office of Mark A. Bernstein as soon as possible to preserve your rights. We will help you craft a defense and work to get your charges dismissed or the penalties reduced.
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