Sentencing Procedure And Process In Union, New Jersey

The sentencing procedure in the state of New Jersey involves a number of different factors: your prior arrest record, the charge against you, whether you crossed state lines to commit the crime, whether there are enhancements that can be introduced, the value of any property stolen, the amount and kind of drugs found on you, and several other issues. However, the court may be willing to take into consideration your age, any history you have of mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction, and what factors were involved in the crime you committed. Working with an experienced criminal defense attorney is essential in reducing the charges or sentence against you.

If you've been arrested on misdemeanor or felony criminal charges, contact Union, New Jersey, criminal defense lawyer Mark M. Cheser today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.

Sentencing Procedures And The New Jersey Court System

The criminal defense law office of Mark M. Cheser explains the sentencing procedure and processes of the New Jersey Court system in regard to the following:

Contact New Jersey Certified Criminal Trial Attorney Mark M. Cheser

Mark M. Cheser is a Certified Criminal Defense Attorney, one of only 250 lawyers to receive such a distinction by the New Jersey Supreme Court. In order to receive certification as a criminal defense attorney, an attorney must pass a thorough examination given by the Supreme Court, complete 10 hours of continuing legal education every year, and receive three recommendations from Judges or other certified trial attorneys.

As an experienced criminal defense attorney, Mr. Cheser knows how the sentencing process works in the New Jersey Court system. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact criminal defense attorney Mark M. Cheser today.