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Defense Attorneys Serving All of Middlesex County
When charged with an offense known as resisting arrest, hindering or obstructing an officer, or eluding an officer, you may face serious penalties and charges. At the Law Offices of Jonathan Marshall, our criminal defense lawyers have extensive experience handling these cases and have had a record of successful results in helping our clients challenge allegations and charges against them in Edison Township, Woodbridge and other towns in Middlesex County. If you had an encounter with the law that resulted in a resisting arrest charge, you have the opportunity to defend your rights. We offer free consultations 24 hours a day. Call 732-246-7126, or you can contact us by e-mail to find out how we can help.
Experience & Committed New Brunswick NJ Criminal Lawyers
If you have been charged with resisting arrest or eluding an officer, it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights—from arrest through trial. Our attorneys will remain committed to you and will aggressively advocate on your behalf. We will remain available to address your questions and concerns and always provide an initial consultation without charge. Contact the Law Offices of Jonathan Marshall to protect your rights with a legal team you can trust. Our firm is experienced with criminal defense involving resisting arrest, as well as related charges that often crop up like Assault and disorderly conduct. Whether you are facing charges in a municipal court like those in East Brunswick or Old Bridge, or at the Middlesex County Superior Court, we have the know how and muscle to defend you.
Take Advantage of the Opportunity to Avoid a Criminal Record
Even police officers know that the resisting arrest law contained at N.J.S.A. 2C:29-2 can get complicated. You may have challenged an arrest because you thought it was unlawful, or made the decision to resist an officer without fully understanding the consequences. Regardless of why you failed to submit and cooperate with a police officer, and irrespective of the legistimacy of the allegations against you, an experienced attorney like those at our law firm can frequently avoid a resisting arrest conviction under 2C:29-2. You should have every opportunity to minimize charges and penalties or defeat your charges completely. If you have been charged with resisting arrest, call us at 732-246-7126.