Skilled Defense Against Violent Street Crimes Charges
The criminal law attorneys of Weinstock Levin represent individuals who have been accused of theft, assault and other street crimes. They are highly successful in achieving acquittals and advantageous deals with prosecutors on behalf of clients. This track record is built on years of experience, skill in negotiation and litigation, and a deep understanding of these charges.
If you have been charged with assault, theft or another street crime, and you face possible jail time upon conviction, please call Weinstock Levin of Atlantic City, New Jersey. We can help. To schedule a meeting with a skilled criminal defense lawyer, call the firm at 609-318-3932 or toll-free at 800-549-7594.
Theft charges are harshly prosecuted in the state of New Jersey, resulting in serious penalties and significant jail time. If you have been charged with theft, it is important that you have an attorney who understands these crimes and knows how to build a strategic theft defense on your behalf. Theft crimes can vary widely to include:
- Armed robbery
- Identity theft
- Grand theft
How these offenses are charged depends on the circumstances of the situation, including how much force was used, if weapons were involved, if the accused person broke in and the value of what was taken. The firm’s attorneys will aggressively fight to have the charges minimized or dropped altogether, based on the facts of the case. Should the case go to trial, they are equipped with the experience and abilities to vigorously fight for your rights and your freedom.
Assault And Battery Defense
A strong defense against assault crimes and battery charges also lies in the circumstances of the case. The firm’s criminal law attorneys thoroughly investigate the circumstances of our clients’ assault charges, including the intent behind the incident and if it occurred in self-defense. They have successfully represented clients throughout New Jersey in a broad range of assault matters, including bar fights, street fights, alleged domestic violence, accusations of malicious attacks and other situations where force was used.