Felony Defense Lawyer in Englewood, NJ
Bergen County Criminal Defense Attorney for Indictable Offenses
In New Jersey, an offense for which a person may face a minimum of one year in prison is known as an indictable offense. This is the equivalent of a felony in other states. They are called indictable offenses because a person accused of such a crime has the right to have his or her case presented to a grand jury before being formally indicted. Robbery, carjacking, attempted murder, and aggravated assault are examples of indictable offenses.
The penalties for indictable offenses are severe and may negatively influence the rest of your life. You may face years in prison or even life imprisonment without the possibility of parole, depending on the nature and severity of the crime you are charged with. You need an experienced Englewood criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and help you avoid these penalties.
Find out how The Law Office of Jae Y. Lee, LLC can help in the face of felony charges. Call (201) 831-8010 for free consultation.
Why an Englewood Felony Defense Lawyer?
When facing even informal allegations of an indictable offense, your reputation and freedom will be at stake. Law enforcement and the prosecuting attorney will not be on your side, no matter what they may say. They will be actively working to build a case against you that puts you behind bars. You need a lawyer in your corner to assert your rights through every stage of your case.
Having an Englewood felony lawyer by your side from the very beginning can offer the following benefits:
- You can avoid self-incrimination during police questioning.
- You can avoid illegal searches and seizures.
- You will have competent representation when your case is presented to a grand jury, which could lead to an avoidance of formal charges altogether.
- Your attorney’s involvement from the beginning will help him build a more effective defense if felony charges are formally filed.
To learn more, call (201) 831-8010. We are here to answer your calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.