Middlesex County NJ Felony Defense Lawyer
Middlesex County, New Jersey is comprised of small boroughs, college towns, townships, and cities, forming a diverse melting pot of suburban and urban living. Serious crimes that occur throughout Middlesex County are tried in Middlesex County Superior Court, Criminal Division in New Brunswick. As a result of Middlesex County’s diverse economic and geographic landscape, the Superior Court presides over a broad array or trials, which include Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Distribution of Narcotics, Larceny, Unlawful Weapon Possession, and Possession of Heroin. If you or your loved one has been charged with a felony or have been indicted in Middlesex County it is crucial that you hire an experienced Middlesex County Superior Court Defense Lawyer. The attorneys at the Law Offices of William A. Proetta will aggressively and protect your rights and strive for a positive outcome. The firm’s founding attorney, William A. Proetta, Esq. has handled well over one thousand cases throughout his career as a criminal defense lawyer. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you defend the particular charges that you face, contact our Edison Office at (732) 659-9600 for a free initial consultation.
Middlesex Superior Court Criminal Charges
The Middlesex County Superior Court is located at 56 Paterson Street, P.O. Box 964 , in New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0964 and can be contacted by phone at (732) 519-3200. The Assignment Judge is The Honorable Travis L. Francis, J.S.C. who oversees the entire vicinage including the criminal division. There are seven Middlesex County Superior Court Criminal Judges that hear all kinds of different indictable or felony charges, including Intent to Distribute Narcotics, Cocaine Possession, Burglary, and Credit Card Fraud. Judge Frederick P. DeVesa presides over Middlesex County Superior Court criminal matters. Judge Bradley J. Ferencz, Judge James F. Mulvihill, Judge Dennis V. Nieves, Judge Lorraine Pullen, Judge Joseph Rea, and Judge Barbara C. Stolte hear all serious criminal cases at Middlesex County Superior Court. Our criminal defense team appears regularly before the judges, prosecutors, and court administrators who will be handling your Middlesex County indictable crime. We can help ensure that your case is handled smoothly from start to finish throughout the judicial process as we keep you completely comfortable and informed throughout the entire process. Feel free to visit the Middlesex County Superior Court Website for additional information regarding superior court proceedings.
Indictable & Felony Charges in Middlesex County
When you are initially charged with a felony, your case is sent to the Middlesex County Criminal Division Manager’s office as well as the Prosecutor’s Office. They review the facts and details of your case and decide whether it is in the State of New Jersey’s interest to retain your charges at county level or downgrade and remand the charges to municipal court. When you select an experienced criminal defense attorney early in the process, you will put yourself in a far more strategic position to plea you case to a lesser charge or get it remanded. Our lawyers will work with the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office to resolve your case early on and negotiate for less exposure rather than waiting for your case to go before grand jury for indictment. The Probation Division is located at 96 Bayard St., New Brunswick 08901 . Its mailing address is P.O. Box 789, New Brunswick 08903-0789 (732). Vicinage Chief Probation Officer, Evelyn Carofilis, can be reached at 732.448.6110; Fax: (732) 448-6202. The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office is located at Public Safety Building, 25 Kirkpatrick Street, 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ 08901. The phone number is 732-745-3332 and the fax number is 732-745-2791. The County Prosecutor is the Honorable Bruce J. Kaplan. Please feel free to visit the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office Website for more information.