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Weapons Charges Lawyer Serving Passaic County, Bergen County And All Of New Jersey

An individual convicted of using a weapon to a commit a crime in New Jersey faces mandatory sentencing under the New Jersey Graves Act and the No Early Release Act. Such aggravated criminal charges carry many significant penalties.

Weapons offenses extend to far more than guns, however. The legal definition of "weapon" can include knives, baseball bats and other implements that have the ability to cause bodily harm.

With 45 years of criminal defense experience, Passaic County weapon charges attorney Miles Feinstein, Esq., has represented countless defendants accused of crimes involving all types of weapons. The New Jersey news media has called him the "top criminal law attorney in Passaic County" for his achievements and success on behalf of his wide clientele. He handles violent crimes and other cases involving:

  • Felon in possession
  • Violations of New Jersey's conceal and carry law
  • Out-of-state weapon permits
  • Armed robbery or armed burglary
  • Aggravated assault
  • Murder
  • Domestic violence

Attorney For Assault With A Deadly Weapon In Bergen County, Passaic County And Beyond

Mr. Feinstein has the legal knowledge and depth of insight to thoroughly investigate and analyze the evidence in each case, identifying any flaws on the prosecution's part and maximizing his client's chances of success.

He also understands the critical importance of preserving his clients' constitutional rights to bear arms. For those whose jobs require them to carry a gun, such as in the case of police officers or security guards, the loss of that right can result in the loss of a lifelong career.

To speak with New Jersey criminal defense lawyer Miles Feinstein, Esq., please call his Clifton office locally at 973-307-0549 or toll free at 800-235-3125, or contact him by email.

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