New Jersey Superior Court Attorney
Are you facing criminal charges in Superior Court? If so, the consequences of a conviction could have a major impact on your finances, your future and even your freedom.
New Jersey Superior Courts hear the most serious criminal cases – those involving indictable offenses, which are often called “felonies” in other states. Conviction could mean time in prison and heavy fines.
The prosecution has a singular goal: to convict you and seek the most severe punishment. The prosecution is not there to help you defend your rights.
You need a strong voice in Superior Court. Attorney Jason A. Volet stands up for individuals who are facing criminal charges in Superior Court. He knows what makes the prosecution tick because he used to be a prosecutor himself.
Mr. Volet’s goal is to fight to prevent a conviction and seek the most favorable outcome possible under the law in your case. Here are some of his qualifications:
- He has been certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney.
- He has more than 15 years of experience in handing all types of criminal charges, including cases involving indictable offenses in Superior Court.
- He is a former assistant prosecutor in Monmouth County.
- He has handled more than 2,000 cases as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney.
- His law practice focuses exclusively on criminal defense.
If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges in New Jersey Superior Court, contact Mr. Volet now so he can review your situation and give you advice about your best legal options. The confidential consultation costs you nothing and comes with no obligations on your part.
Contact Jason A. Volet now for a free case evaluation.
Criminal Charges in New Jersey Superior Court
In New Jersey, minor criminal charges often fall under the jurisdiction of municipal courts. More serious offenses are often referred to as “indictable offenses” (or “felonies” in others states) and are typically handled by the Superior Court.
Individuals who have been charged with indictable offenses may face stiff penalties under New Jersey law. A conviction may result in heavy financial penalties, probation, and possibly incarceration.
Common Indictable Offenses for Monmouth County Superior Court Criminal Division
At the Law Office of Jason A. Volet, we understand the seriousness of indictable offense charges and we are prepared to help protect your rights and your freedom.
We have extensive experience handling cases including:
- Drug Possession/Distribution
- Aggravated Assault
- Aggravated Manslaughter
- Weapons offenses
- Vehicular Manslaughter
- White Collar Crimes
It is important to note that indictable offenses are very serious in nature and should not be taken lightly. If you have been accused of a serious crime, your case may be heard in the Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth County or Middlesex County. It is essential to consult an experienced New Jersey Superior Court attorney to discuss your legal options and formulate your defense.
Get Help From a New Jersey Superior Court Lawyer Today
Serious charges require serious representation. A conviction for an indictable offense in Superior Court can change your life forever. Even beyond serving the actual sentence, the repercussions can haunt you as you search for jobs and try to build new relationships and repair old ones. Don’t trust your future to an inexperienced lawyer.
New Jersey criminal defense attorney Jason A. Volet has handled more than 2,000 criminal cases as both a prosecutor and a defense lawyer. He fights aggressively for the rights of clients facing charges in Superior Court in Monmouth County and Middlesex County.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges in Superior Court, contact the criminal defense team at the Law Office of Jason A. Volet, LLC, now. We will take prompt action in your defense and will be by your side every step of the way to fight for your best interests.
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