At Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, LLC, we’re here to ensure your rights are protected. When it comes to criminal defense, our law firm is dedicated to defending you and ensuring your rights are heard.
Being accused of a criminal offense comes with a lot of questions, not to mention stress and anxiety. Below are some tips to help you navigate your situation:
1) Know Your Rights
The U.S. Constitution recognizes that all citizens have a right to a trial before a jury of their peers. Being “innocent until proven guilty” — is commonly recognized and considered one of your basic rights when you’re accused of a crime.
2) Take Immediate Legal Action
There’s a lot on the line, which leaves no time to waste. You must start building your criminal defense sooner rather than later. The earlier our lawyers get started on your case, the better.
3) Schedule a Consultation with Us
Our law firm is here to walk you through New Jersey’s legal system and lay out the options available to you by law, so you know your rights. Then, we will begin strategizing come up with our plan in order to address the situation, so we can represent you the best we know how.
4) Gather Any Physical Evidence or Documents
If you have any physical evidence such as clothing, photographs, or other objects that could help your defense, it is best to gather them as soon as possible. You may have documentation such as emails, receipts, GPS data or other information that can serve you in your favor.
Our attorneys have the experience and reputation for getting favorable results in Criminal Defense matters including but not limited to:
- Assault & Battery
- Disorderly Conduct
- Domestic Violence
- Driver’s License Suspension
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
- Drug Charges
- Drug Possession
- Reckless Driving
- Sexual Assault
- Simple and Aggravated Assault
- Traffic Violations
- Underage Drinking
If you have questions regarding your legal situation, our team of Criminal Defense attorneys are here for you. Contact us at cldds.com or call 732-797-1600.