If you are visiting with us right now, chances are you or a loved one is in some form of distress due to a wrongful conviction in need of an appeal, or a criminal charge in need of a defense attorney. What happens in the first 36 hours of being charged with a crime could impact whether there’s more distress ahead, or whether charges get downgraded or dropped altogether beforehand. If you, a loved one, or friend have been charged with a crime — or are wanted for questioning — call 973-982-1200 for a free consultation with Howard Bailey, an experienced and highly regarded New Jersey criminal defense lawyer, on what we need to do to begin your defense. If you were found guilty in a recent trial, and yours is a conviction you wish to appeal, call direct to the desk of Adam Toraya right now at 973-327-3123. Our office is available to our clients anytime of the day or night.
The Law Offices of Bailey & Toraya is a Powerhouse NJ Criminal Defense Law Firm with Special Experience in Domestic Violence Defense, Megan’s Law Tiering, Appeals, and Post Conviction Relief Law. Call for a Free Consult.
Howard W. Bailey has been involved with the field of criminal law for near 40 years. He was a New Jersey police officer for 10 years, an Assistant Essex County Prosecutor for 15 years, and has worked skillfully, powerfully and aggressively alongside his clients as a highly regarded Newark, NJ criminal defense lawyer for the last 15 years. Your chances for a successful outcome improve with one free call to his office.
Adam W. Toraya has been a criminal defense lawyer in the field of Post-Conviction Relief, Appeals, and Habeas Corpus for the past 25 years. He is an experienced advocate to help you address the issues that impact you when facing the consequences of a conviction or sentence. He is a relentless and effective guardian of the rights of his clients and he is committed to ensuring that all meritorious arguments to defend your rights are raised. Call him for a free consultation to see what benefits he brings to your case.
With Your Future at Stake, Here Are Three Things You Should Know Before Selecting a NJ Criminal Defense Attorney to Represent You
- How much of your practice is criminal defense?
- How many cases do you handle in a year?
- How long have you been handling criminal defense cases?
- How many criminal trials do you do in a year?
- When did you do your last criminal jury trial?
- When did you last handle a case like mine?
- How often do you go to the Court my case is in?
- What do you think needs to be done right away to protect my rights and freedom?
- What am I facing if I am convicted?
- If I were to plead guilty, what is the range of plea the prosecution will offer?
- Is there any way to divert the case to PTI?
- Am I eligible for an early release from prison?
- How long will a conviction stay on my record?
Positive Defense Outcomes from Recent Court Decisions
Essex County Superior Court – Client was granted an expungement of 2nd degree Theft – after only 5 years (rather than after 10-year period in statute).
Mercer County Superior Court – Medical doctor client found not guilty on 43 counts in jury trial for honest computer miss-billing error.
Union County Superior Court – Client re-sentenced to 5-year min. term under NERA for 1st degree Armed Robbery, and immediately released from prison.
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