New Brunswick NJ Juvenile Defense Lawyer

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Juvenile charged with a criminal offense pending at the Juvenile Court in New Brunswick.The Juvenile Court in New Brunswick has no shortage of criminal offenses. Hundreds of juvenile charges are filed in Middlesex County every year and all of them end up at this courthouse. Marshall Bonus Proetta & Oliver is well aware of this fact as a criminal firm that has been in practice for several decades just a block from this courtroom. If your child was charged with a criminal violation that was sent to juvenile intake in New Brunswick, a lawyer at our firm is well equipped to defend their case. We are one of the largest defense teams in the state, feature several former prosecutors, including a former supervisor in the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, and possess over 100 years of experience between us. An attorney at the firm is available 24/7 at 732-246-7126 for free consultation. Call us to learn what we can do to protect your son or daughter.

Hiring The Right Juvenile Attorney Is An Absolute Must To Your Success

All juvenile defendants must be represented by an attorney when they appear in court. There is no ability for a parent to represent their child or for the accused to handle their charge on their own. You must hire a lawyer and preferably one with a record of success defending juvenile charges in New Brunswick. This is precisely what our firm can afford you irrespective of the nature of the offense being faced. We have successfully represented child arrested for just about every offense in Middlesex County including:

Do not be fooled into thinking that just because a charge is being handled in the Family Division as opposed to the criminal courts that serious penalties cannot be imposed. A juvenile can be subject to incarceration just like an adult although the length and nature of detention differs. Your son or daughter can be placed at the Middlesex County Youth Detention Center is a judge concludes that he is a threat to himself, others, or to property. And even when the relief is not as extreme as this, the court has a wide range of other sanctions that may be imposed to promote rehabilitation and to foster accountability of a juvenile.

Juvenile Attorneys in New Brunswick

There is certainly every reason for you to consider who you hire very carefully. Indeed, attorneys come in all variations. Here at Marshall Bonus Proetta & Oliver we are criminal lawyers and that is all that we do. We also happen to possess decades of experience defending juvenile charges. A Middlesex County Juvenile Lawyer with the tools to help your child is ready to assist you immediately at 732-246-7126. Call our New Brunswick Office anytime 24/7 for a free initial consultation.