Middlesex County Criminal Attorney

Middlesex County Criminal Attorney

Criminal Attorney in Woodbridge, New Jersey

Municipal court and criminal matters can have a serious impact on one’s life. Traffic and municipal matters, including speeding reckless driving, cell phone violations, and other moving violations can affect a person financially and leave them with rising insurance premiums. Criminal matters, including DUI’s and drug crimes, can leave a person with overwhelming financial penalties, possible jail time, and the chance of a criminal record. These offenses need to be fought with effective legal support. The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. has been a legal resource in Woodbridge, NJ for over 25 years and is ready to help you through tough times. If you are facing a criminal or municipal court matter, contact Andrew S. Maze, Esq. for an initial consultation.

DWIs

The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. is an experienced DUI defense law firm in Woodbridge, NJ that serves Middlesex County, Union County, Monmouth County, and all of New Jersey with quality legal services. If you face a DUI, drug DUI, or a high BAC DUI, you need the legal support of an effective attorney. New Jersey is serious about DUIs and you are looking at overwhelming fines and possible jail time that could lead to a criminal record that can devastate your life and livelihood.

Drug Crimes

The drug laws of New Jersey are some of the harshest in the country. Law enforcement and courts are aggressive towards those who are caught with drugs and are keen to hand down serious consequences. Even simple possession of a drug like marijuana can financially burden a person and leave them with a criminal record that can impact one’s ability to get a job. Depending on the amount of drugs in your possession, you could be subject to a more serious matter, including crimes like distribution or sales.

Juvenile Offenses

A child may be arrested or detained in the state of New Jersey if they commit a crime. Like anybody, children are bound to make mistakes. When a child has made a mistake that constitutes an arrest or detainment, the parent or guardian must consider the range of penalties their child faces, including something as small as writing an essay to being tried as an adult. For the most part, New Jersey judges have discretion when handling juvenile offenses.

Theft

The state of New Jersey takes theft very seriously. Whether a stolen item was worth thousands of dollars or just a few, theft is a crime nonetheless. That being said, an item’s value correlates directly with the consequences of the crime. It is no surprise that the theft of an item with a high value will come with greater consequences than one that has a lesser value.

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