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New Jersey Post-Conviction Relief Attorneys
Post-conviction relief is available where an appeal may have failed or if you did not pursue an appeal in time. You may be seeking post-conviction relief to clear your record or to reopen a matter than has been previously resolved. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our attorneys offer strategic, committed support focused on protecting our clients after a decision has been made in their criminal case.
We offer free consultations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call our offices today at 732-450-8300 or 732-246-7126 so that you can protect your rights.
Reopening a previous case to reduce penalties and charges
Post-conviction relief may be the solution you need to minimize the impact of sentencing or to protect your rights if you have been previously charged with a crime. We may be able to seek a diversionary program to lessen your sentence or pursue post-conviction relief to improve the outcome of a current case. If you have a previous charge, we may be able to reduce current charges through post-conviction relief.
We are experienced in post-conviction relief matters involving:
·Driver’s license revocation
·Surcharges related to licensing
·Driving while intoxicated (DWI/DUI)
·Assault & Threat Offenses
·Drug possession and distribution
·Theft and fraud offenses
·Firearms and other weapons offenses
·Murder & Manslaughter
The Appeals Process
In addition to post-conviction relief through expungement, we can also represent you in the appellate process. Whether you are appealing a Municipal Court decision or the decision of a Superior Court, we have the experience to effectively represent your interests. You may be able to appeal your case for ineffective assistance of counsel, judicial error, and an erroneous application of the law. We will begin an immediate investigation to collect all necessary evidence in support of your appeal.
If you are considering an appeal, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Appeals do have a very short timeframe and you should know your rights as soon as possible. You can talk to a Middlesex County, New Jersey defense lawyer 24 hours a day by calling 732-450-8300 or 732-246-7126 for a free initial consultation.