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Results-Focused Old Bridge Criminal Defense Attorney Guides Clients through the Criminal Justice System in Middlesex County and Across NJ

Whether you have been arrested and charged with a crime or you are simply being investigated for a potential criminal charge, you may wonder whether you need an Old Bridge criminal defense attorney to help you. It is never too early in dealing with the criminal justice system to speak to an attorney about your legal rights and options and to have an advocate who will work to resolve your case as efficiently and effectively as possible.

At Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC we have been representing clients throughout Middlesex County and New Jersey since 2001. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys bring a variety of professional backgrounds, including prior work as prosecutors, that give us the knowledge and insight into how your criminal case is being investigated, prepared, and prosecuted. That means we have an advantage in preparing case strategies aimed at achieving the most favorable outcome for you in your case. Even though we have the resources necessary to handle even the most serious and complex criminal cases, we work hard to offer a small-firm touch when working with you, providing the caring, personalized attention you may need during this difficult and stressful time in your life. 

Don’t leave your reputation, freedom, and future to the mercy of the criminal justice system. Contact us today for a free case evaluation to talk to an Old Bridge criminal defense attorney about how our firm can advocate for and defend your freedom and future when facing a criminal case in Old Bridge. We are prepared to meet and speak with you in jail or at your home if necessary or convenient for you.

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Types of Criminal Charges We Can Help You With

An Old Bridge criminal defense attorney at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC will protect your rights, interests, and future when you are facing a criminal case involving:

How a Skilled Old Bridge Criminal Defense Attorney Can Assist You When Facing Criminal Charges

At Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC, our full-service criminal defense firm has the experience and skill to represent clients no matter the seriousness or complexity of the charges they are facing. Our firm will use all of our knowledge and resources to go toe-to-toe with the resources of the state to fight for your rights by:

Your Old Bridge criminal defense attorney will treat you with the respect you deserve, offering a compassionate approach to help ease the anxiety and stress that you may feel when facing criminal charges. 

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Old Bridge Criminal Defense Attorney

After you have been arrested for or charged with a crime in Old Bridge, call or contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC online today for a free, confidential case review with a knowledgeable Old Bridge criminal defense attorney to discuss your legal rights and options in your case. 

About Old Bridge, NJ

Old Bridge Township is a municipality located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Originally called Madison Township, residents approved a name change in 1975 to avoid confusion with the similarly-named borough of Madison in Morris County. Located across Raritan Bay from Staten Island, Old Bridge grew from an agricultural community following World War II and the construction of residential housing developments. Today, Old Bridge is a suburb for workers commuting to Newark and New York City. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Criminal Defense in Old Bridge, NJ

What are my rights after I have been arrested by the police?

After you are arrested by the police, you have the right to be informed of the charges you are being arrested for. You also have the right to appear before the trial court as soon as practical, usually within 48 hours, to be formally advised of the charges against you and to have your pretrial release or detention set. If the police wish to question you after your arrest, they must also advise you of your Miranda rights, which include the right to remain silent and the right to speak to an attorney prior to questioning and have your attorney present during questioning.

Is there a different court system for juveniles who commit crimes?

In New Jersey, when juveniles commit criminal offenses, by default, they are put under the jurisdiction of the family courts for an adjudication of delinquency. Although juvenile courts function much like a regular criminal court and juveniles are entitled to all the same legal and constitutional rights, the purpose behind the juvenile system is to rehabilitate so that the juvenile does not commit criminal conduct in the future and punishments for adjudications of delinquency are tailored accordingly. However, under certain circumstances, the state can request to have a juvenile “waived” into regular criminal court, where they can be tried as if they were an adult.

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