The Former Prosecutors & Accomplished Assault Lawyers At Our Firm Are Ready To Defend Your Charge
There are a number of factors that make Hoboken rank near the top of Hudson County municipalities for assault offenses every year. The vibrant night life and alcohol consumption in the city definitely tends to inflate the number of simple assault, aggravated assault, assault by auto, obstructing the administration of law, terroristic threats and resisting arrest charges. There also is no debating that the Hoboken Police Department is extremely aggressive in enforcing law and order. These and other consideration translate into hundreds of assault and threat related offenses in the City of Hoboken every year.
If you were charged with any form of assault in Hoboken, hiring an attorney with considerable experience defending this type of offense can definitely be an asset. It also helps if the litigator is highly familiar with the court system. Our firm is certainly capable of occupying this role for you since our ten (10) defense attorneys have over 150 years experience appearing in Hoboken Municipal Court, as well as the Hudson County Superior Court, and have successfully handled thousands of assault cases.
To speak to one of the lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, call our Hoboken Office at 201-932-2288. A lawyer is available to provide a free consultation 24/7.
Highly Experienced Assault Lawyers For Charges Arising In Hoboken
The array of Hoboken assault cases that we have handled over the last several decades is extremely broad. We have defended clients arrested for everything from second degree aggravated assault to disorderly persons offenses. Irrespective of the variety of assault charge you are facing, there is no doubting that our team of former prosecutors have dealt with it in the past. An attorney can help you defending:
- Simple Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Resisting Arrest
- Terroristic Threats
- Assault By Auto
- Obstructing the Administration of Law
- Disorderly Conduct
Domestic violence is a common scenario for assault charges in Hoboken similar to most other towns. You are probably embroiled in family court proceedings involving a Hudson County restraining order if your offense arose in such a setting. Our attorneys have considerable experience representing clients at final restraining order hearings at the courthouse in Jersey City. It is important that you have a savvy litigator at your side since failure to obtain dismissal of the temporary restraining order will result in your being permanently barred from any contact with the victim.
Do Not Make The Mistake Of Taking The Potential Consequences Of An Assault Conviction Lightly
A mistake made by many individuals faced with an assault case is to take the charge too lightly. This can be a fatal error since any conviction, even for a petty disorderly persons offense, results in a criminal record that can impact your employment, immigration status and ability to secure a professional license. There is also the possibility of incarceration with up to 6 months in the county jail for a disorderly persons offense and prison terms of up to 18 months for a fourth degree crime like resisting arrest, 5 years for a third degree crime such as a making a terroristic threat and 5-10 years for a second degree crime. The ramifications of being found guilty for assault are obviously significant so do not fall victim to the thought of handling your charge without an attorney.
Contact Our Hoboken Office To Speak To An Accomplished Assault Offense Lawyer
The pitfalls of a Hoboken assault conviction are worthy of your absolute attention. At a minimum, you need to take the time to speak to a lawyer who knows the ins and outs of charges of this nature. Our firm, the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, has a team of Hoboken criminal attorneys who are ready to provide the guidance you need and deserve. Consultations are without obligation. Give us a call anytime of day or night to discuss your appearance at Central Judicial Processing, a Detention Hearing or any other subject. An attorney is available now at 201-932-2288 to assist you.
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