Facing Criminal Charges in New Jersey? We Can Help.
If you’ve been charged with a crime in New Jersey, the prosecutors want to convict you. That’s their job. At the Law Office of Jason A. Volet, our job is to fight to prevent a conviction. We are prepared to do everything within the law to secure the best possible results given your situation.
Jason A. Volet is a former prosecutor who now has years of experience helping people fight criminal charges. That means he understands both sides and can put his unique insights to work for your advantage.
Here are just a few of Mr. Volet’s many credentials:
- Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney
- 15+ Years of Experience in Handing All Types of Felonies & Misdemeanors
- Former Assistant Prosecutor in Monmouth County
- 2,000+ Cases as a Prosecutor & Criminal Defense Attorney
- Focuses Exclusively on Criminal Law
Whatever charges you or your loved one are facing, Mr. Volet is prepared to review your case and outline your best legal options. Contact him now for a free case evaluation.
New Jersey Criminal Defense Practice Areas
- Domestic Violence
Charges related to domestic violence are very serious. A conviction could mean jail, fines, loss of custody of your child and more. If you are facing domestic violence charges, your personal and professional future is at stake. Jason A. Volet understands the seriousness of these charges and is prepared to help you mount a strong defense.
- Drug Crimes
Any kind of criminal drug charge can understandably cause serious concerns about the long-term consequences of a conviction. Jason A. Volet is a former New Jersey drug crimes prosecutor-turned-defense attorney. He helps people who are facing all types of drug charges, including possession, distribution, manufacturing and importation.
- Drunk Driving (DWI / DUI)
Drunk driving charges should be taken seriously. A conviction could have serious consequences for your driving privileges, your job, your personal life and even your freedom. The good news is that there are many reasons why DWI charges may get thrown out or reduced. Let us help you fight your charges.
Are you still haunted by a criminal record in your past? You may be able to do something about it through a process called “expungement.” Jason A. Volet believes that people should have the chance to start fresh after paying their debt to society. Talk to him now about your options for expunging your criminal record.
- Federal Crimes
Some federal criminal charges are based on alleged violations of federal law, while others become federal matters because an alleged crime took place on U.S. government property. Jason A. Volet is prepared to assist with your defense of federal criminal charges, including common charges like firearms violations, drug offenses and tax evasion.
- Gun Possession
New Jersey has strict gun laws that include stiff penalties for convicted defendants. The state takes these offenses very seriously. If you are facing gun possession charges, you need help from an experienced criminal defense attorney like Jason A. Volet.
- Juvenile Crimes
Has your child been charged with a crime in New Jersey? It’s completely understandable that you would be worried. After all, conviction could make a serious impact on your child’s future. As a former prosecutor, Jason A. Volet knows how New Jersey’s juvenile justice system works. He is ready to put his knowledge and legal skills to work for your child.
- Municipal Courts
Although the charges handled by municipal courts may be considered “less serious,” they likely seem very serious if you are the one facing them. Criminal defense attorney Jason A. Volet understands your concerns. He can help you fight criminal charges in municipal courts.
- Property Crimes
Crimes involving property – rather than harm to a person – typically carry less severe consequences upon conviction. However, a property crime conviction could still have a negative effect on your personal life, your career and your finances. Talk to Jason A. Volet about your legal options for fighting a property crime charge.
- Sex Crimes
Being charged with a sex crime is especially frightening. Conviction carries serious consequences, and classification as a sex offender could significantly limit your housing and work options – not to mention your personal relationships. If you’ve been charged with a sex crime, your side of the story needs to be heard. Our firm can help.
- Superior Court Offenses
In New Jersey, Superior Courts hear cases involving more serious criminal charges. These are known as “indictable offenses” (or “felonies” in others states). These offenses carry severe punishments. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent your rights in a Superior Court case.
Conviction on theft charges may mean time in jail, fines, probation and other penalties. It may also have lasting effects on your ability to get a job and move on with your personal life. If you’re facing theft charges in New Jersey, you should talk to defense attorney Jason A. Volet about your legal options.
- Traffic Violations
Just because traffic violations are so common doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t be taken seriously. Many residents of New Jersey rely on driving to commute to work and take care of life’s necessities. Conviction on a traffic violation charge could jeopardize your driving privileges. Our firm is ready to help you fight the charges.
- Violent Crimes
Violent crimes like armed robbery, assault and battery, kidnapping and murder carry some of the heaviest punishments. If you are accused of committing a violent crime, you have a right to a strong defense. It is critical that you contact an experienced attorney like Jason A. Volet to discuss your case.
- White-Collar Crimes
So-called “white-collar crimes” may not seem to cause the same harm as violent crimes, but a conviction could have consequences that are quite serious. Charges like fraud, embezzlement, extortion, corruption, or any other type of white-collar crime demand a strong defense. If you’ve been charged with a white-collar crime, talk to Jason A. Volet today.