When you are considering hiring a criminal defense lawyer, you should weigh whether the lawyer has experience handling similar criminal charges and whether he or she is backed by a team with the resources to pursue an investigation wherever it leads.
Our criminal attorneys have the necessary experience to defend you against serious criminal charges. We appear in superior courts and municipal courts on behalf of clients on a nearly daily basis. As seasoned Morris County criminal defense lawyers, we understand what needs to be done to protect your rights.
If you are facing a criminal charge for the first time, don’t make the rookie mistake of trying to deal with criminal charges on your own without an experienced Morris County criminal defense lawyers standing beside you. As former prosecutors ourselves, we have seen many defendants receive harsh sentences because they did not have experienced legal counsel to negotiate on their behalf for a more just outcome. Don’t make that mistake. You need the help of a criminal attorney who knows the ropes and the Morris County court system. Without legal counsel, you could get pressured by prosecutors into agreeing to an unfair plea agreement.
Morris County New Jersey Court System
The Morris County Superior Court Criminal Division hears cases in which individuals are facing indictable offenses and more serious criminal charges.
If the criminal complaint originated in a municipality, a defendant may appear first before a municipal judge, then be transferred to Morris County Superior Court for disposition of the case.
Morris County Superior Court
Morris County Courthouse
56 Washington St.
Morristown, NJ 07960
Our Morris County defense lawyers have successfully represented clients facing criminal charges in Morris County Superior Court and in municipal courts throughout Morris County, including Morristown Municipal Court, Morris Plains Municipal Court, Parsippany Municipal Court, Madison Joint Municipal Court and Rockaway Township Municipal Court.
Our criminal defense lawyers know the local Morris County courts, giving us an insight as to the best approach to obtain a dismissal of charges, acquittal or a favorable plea agreement.
Morris County, NJ Law Enforcement
In addition to the Morris County Sheriff’s Department, there are more than 30 law enforcement agencies in Morris County. Many townships and boroughs have their own police departments that may bring charges.
Morris County Sheriff’s Department
620 County Road 650
Morristown, NJ 07960
Morristown Bureau of Police
200 South Street
Morristown, NJ 07963-0914
If you are arrested and charged with an offense, you may be released on your own recognizance or taken into custody. Persons who are arrested are held at the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown. Under New Jersey law, if you are held in custody, a bail must be set within 12 hours.
Morris County Correctional Facility
43 John St.
Morristown, NJ 07960
If you contact our defense law firm while in custody, a defense attorney can negotiate the conditions of your release with the prosecutor and court. If bail is required for your release, our goal is to have the bail set as low as possible.
If you are arrested, you should contact a Morris County criminal defense attorney at the earliest opportunity. A defense attorney can represent you
How to Reach Our Highly Skilled Morris County Criminal Attorneys
Whether you are facing minor charges or an indictable offense, a Morris County criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall is ready to stand up for you when your future is in jeopardy. Choose an attorney with real-life experience.
A lawyer from our Morris County criminal defense law firm is available anytime, day or night, to talk with you and explain your legal options. The initial consultation with a criminal attorney regarding your case is free. Our attorneys will be ready to move quickly to help you navigate the justice system and protect your legal rights.
Call our office to reach a defense attorney.