Warren County, New Jersey Juvenile Law Lawyers
In chasing his criminal law passion, Daniel was granted an internship under Hon. Michael “Mickey” Ravin out of Essex County Superior Court – Criminal Part in Newark, New Jersey in the Summer of...
I have only practiced criminal defense since leaving the Prosecutor's Office, first as a partner at Nassberg...
She has been continuously certified as a criminal trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court since 1983 and provides a full line of family and criminal law services in matters such as child support, child custody, modification of existing court orders, felony defense and representation...
I received my B.S. from Temple University in 1992 and my J.D. from Rutgers University Law School in 2001. I am licensed to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Warren County Juvenile Law Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Children's Legal Resource Center
Statewide Parent Advoacy Network, Inc.
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