Murder and Manslaughter
The lawyers at the Moriarty Law Firm have dealt with the most serious criminal charges one can face in New Jersey, and we’ve been doing it for decades. Dealing with the process of defending yourself against serious accusations of a violent crime can be overwhelming, especially when those charges are murder or manslaughter. A conviction for either will surely result in a good portion of your life spent behind bars. Families can be destroyed, lives turned upside down. We know what happens in these cases because we have handled many murder and manslaughter charges over the past decades of defending criminals in New Jersey. If you are under investigation or have been recently charged with murder or manslaughter, it is important to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights.
Contact us 24 hours a day. Call (732) 842-7773, or you can contact us by e-mail to protect your rights. We can begin building your defense today and start the process toward restoring your freedom and your life, all it takes is your call.Our Firm Handles Violent Crimes Defense in New Jersey Involving
The No Early Release Act is a part of New Jersey sentencing law and applies to many violent crimes. Under state law, there are some crimes that carry mandatory sentences upon conviction. If your case cannot be won completely, our attorneys are experienced in working with prosecutors to negotiate a lesser charge so that you can avoid mandatory sentencing laws.We Understand the Help That Your Family Needs While You Defend Yourself
If your loved one is in jail awaiting murder or manslaughter charges, contact us today. We won’t hesitate to visit your loved one in jail and obtain all the necessary facts to give you an idea of what your loved one is facing. We will do this even prior to you retaining our firm. A critical examination of the facts of the case is necessary in every homicide or manslaughter case to determine the proper strategy. We want to be armed with the facts from the beginning.
By calling (732) 842-7773 today, you have taken the first step toward potentially gaining the freedom of your loved one. You can also contact us by e-mail for a free initial consultation