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Crimes Against Children
An accusation of committing a charge against a child can result in devastating consequences. You may face significant penalties including fines, jail time, lifetime registration under Megan’s Law as a sex offender, and could also lose your job or suffer the loss of a professional license. Your reputation is also at stake irrespective of whether you are convicted. This is why it is crucial for you to secure representation from the most skilled lawyer that you can identify. The attorneys at our Middlesex County Criminal Defense Firm have over 100 years of combined experience battling the worst of criminal offenses. If you are looking for an attorney with the knowledge and commitment necessary to successfully defend your charge, contact The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall today. A lawyer can be reached by calling our New Brunswick Office at 732-246-7126.
Advocates offer local experience, local ties, and commitment to our clients
We have extensive experience working in the local courts and know how to act swiftly and effectively to protect your rights, your reputation, and your long-term interests. Our attorneys know local judges, prosecutors, and have handled hundreds of cases involving county and state police. It is our primary goal to aggressively advocate on your behalf. Our attorneys at this firm have handled accusations of abuse and neglect in front of DYFS (Division of Youth and Family Services) hearings and can guide you through the entire process to protect your rights, reputation, and help you keep your kids.
Our attorneys are experienced in representing clients charged with:
· Child molestation and sex crimes
· Child pornography and Internet crimes (kiddie porn)
· Child enticement and luring
Aggressive defense for clients charged with physical or sexual assault
New Jersey courts are tough on defendants facing or charged with crimes against children. Whether you are under investigation or facing criminal charges for physical or sexual abuse, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Our firm is sensitive to the unique challenges in defending clients accused of sex crimes. Our attorneys will aggressively protect your rights and provide you with the defense you need and deserve.
Megan’s Law and Registration as a Sex Offender
In the State of New Jersey, any person convicted of a sex-related crime against a child must register as a sex offender. Depending on your charges, you may be required to have regular psychological evaluations, notify your neighbors that you are a registered sex-offender, and be prohibited from taking certain jobs that involve contact with children. It is important to have a clear understanding of your rights as you seek to defend yourself and your reputation.
Our attorneys have the strategy and a record of results you can trust. If you have been charged with a crime, you can talk to a Middlesex County defense lawyer 24 hours a day by calling 732-246-7126 to receive your free initial consultation, or you can contact us by e-mail to ensure you protect your rights.