Burlington Township Criminal Defense Lawyer
Successful Criminal Defense Attorneys Aggressively Defend Clients Facing Criminal Charges in Burlington Township
Although you may be tempted to believe that any criminal defense attorney can handle your case, the reality is that choosing the right lawyer for your case may end up being the most critical decision that you make when you are arrested on criminal charges in Burlington Township, NJ.
At Gelman Law, we believe that we bring the right combination of experience, skills, resources, and dedication that you need. We are able to provide each of our clients small-firm attention while leveraging our experience and skill in the criminal justice system to get our clients the best possible results in their cases. We have successfully helped clients in Burlington Township and across New Jersey; we’ve been honored to have been recognized for our results, including being named a 2018 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine.
We also believe that our track record of success is demonstrated through our satisfied clients whom we have obtained real-life results for. We work tirelessly to advocate on behalf of those facing criminal charges to get the best possible outcomes. We help clients regardless of the complexity of the case and dedicate the same attention to detail no matter how serious or minor a case may seem.
If you or a loved one have been charged with a Burlington Township, schedule a free, confidential consultation with the criminal defense attorneys at Gelman Law today to discuss your case.
Experienced Burlington Township Criminal Defense Lawyers Help Clients Defend against All Types of Criminal Charges
At Gelman Law, our criminal defense lawyers have the experience to handle all types of criminal charges, such as:
- Juvenile charges
- Traffic violations, including violations for driving with a suspended or revoked license
- DWI/DUI charges, including second and subsequent charges or charges of refusal to submit to a breath test or blood alcohol test
- Drug charges
- Theft crimes
- Credit card fraud crimes
- Weapons charges
- Assault charges
- Domestic violence
- Sex crimes
Regardless of the offense involved, our attorneys can help you secure the best possible outcome under the circumstances. We also have experience helping eligible clients secure admission to diversionary programs, successful completion of which may lead to dismissal of criminal charges and records. We can also help you apply for expungement of eligible arrest and conviction records.
Burlington Township Criminal Defense Lawyers Ready to Fight for Clients Accused of Crimes
When you need to choose a criminal defense lawyer to represent you against your charges in Burlington Township, it is important to have a lawyer with experience, legal knowledge, and skill in advocacy and negotiation. Our attorneys get to work as soon as possible in your case, even when you may still be under criminal investigation but not yet arrested for or charged with a crime. We aggressively pursue every available avenue to challenge the prosecution’s case, including:
- Challenging the admissibility of the prosecution’s evidence, such as by arguing that it was obtained in violation of your constitutional rights, is not scientifically reliable, or is not relevant to your case
- Challenging the credibility of the witnesses against you
- Challenging the sufficiency of the prosecution’s case, arguing that the state cannot prove every element of each of your criminal charges beyond a reasonable doubt
- Moving for relief when the prosecution commits procedural violations, such as failing to turn over favorable evidence in their position or not bringing you to trial in accordance with your speedy trial rights
Our attorneys are prepared to vigorously fight on your behalf at every step of the criminal process, from the initial criminal investigation through arrest, arraignment, motion practice, and all the way through trial.
Contact the Knowledgeable Burlington Township Criminal Defense Attorneys of Gelman Law Today to Discuss Your Case
Moving quickly in the hours following an arrest in Burlington Township may be critical to securing the best possible outcome in your criminal case. That is why Gelman Law moves quickly to begin conducting an independent investigation into your criminal charges and negotiating with the prosecution to obtain a reduction or dismissal of your charges.
To learn more about how our firm can help you in your Burlington Township criminal case, contact Gelman Law, LLC today to schedule a no-cost, confidential consultation to learn more about your legal rights and options.
About Burlington Township, NJ
Burlington Township is located in Burlington County, New Jersey. A suburb of Philadelphia, Burlington Township was founded as a “Towne” by the proprietors of the original colony of West Jersey. Burlington Township was incorporated in 1798 as one of the first 104 townships in New Jersey. The city of Burlington was later incorporated into Burlington Township in 1851. Burlington Township’s name derives from a corruption of the name of the English town Bridlington. Burlington Township is the headquarters of clothing retailer Burlington Coat Factory. Burlington Township was also home to the Burlington Center Mall, which opened in 1982 and finally closed its doors in 2018, which is credited with triggering development in the township and surrounding areas.
Frequently Asked Questions about Criminal Defense in Burlington Township, NJ
Although you might think that it isn’t necessary to have an attorney representing you until you are actually arrested, nothing could be further from the truth. Even if you are just a suspect or a person of interest in a criminal investigation, if you have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side, your attorney can begin an independent investigation. In some cases, it may be possible to uncover evidence in your favor that ultimately removes you from the scope of the police’s investigation.
If you learn that there is a warrant out for your arrest, you should contact our criminal defense attorneys as soon as possible. This will allow us to begin our own investigation into your case to begin collecting evidence to use in your defense. We can also contact the police to arrange your surrender, so that you can avoid the risk of embarrassment or harm from being arrested at your home, your place of work, or in public.