What You Should Know About New Jersey Criminal Procedure

At the criminal defense law office of Mark M. Cheser, Esquire, Counselor at Law, our attorney has a comprehensive knowledge of New Jersey criminal law and Court rules. While the law and the rules are the same throughout the state, the interpretation of them varies from one court to another.

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Because of his more than 35 years of experience in criminal law in Central New Jersey, our attorney understands the nuances of each court in the region.

For example, a criminal defense attorney may reasonably apply for PTI or noncustodial probation in a plea bargain for a client facing a gun charge in one County, but such a request would be denied in another County.

The prosecutor in one County will accept defendants charged with certain drug crimes into the pretrial intervention program (PTI). The prosecutor in a neighboring County would fight to put the defendant away in state prison for the very same charge.

Your criminal defense attorney must know how the rules are applied in each County or town – not just what the books say!

What Does This Mean to You?

It can mean the difference between success and failure, between a lengthy prison sentence and a year of probation. Not every lawyer understands the nuances of each Court. Because we do, we are able to develop an effective defense strategy.

There Is No Substitute For Experience

If you would like to put the strength of our 35-plus years of experience on your side, please contact criminal law attorney Mark M. Cheser to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.

To learn more about New Jersey criminal Courts, including Municipal and Traffic Court and Superior Court offenses, please visit our Criminal Courts page, or our articles on certain charges.