Criminal Defense Attorney Middlesex County NJ
The Qualified New Jersey Attorneys at the Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella Represent Clients Facing All Forms of Criminal Charges in Middlesex County and in Localities Throughout NJ
When you are charged with a crime in Middlesex County or elsewhere in New Jersey, you may feel like the world is against you with nowhere to turn for help in facing the criminal justice system. You need a dedicated and experienced Middlesex County criminal defense attorney who can be by your side through the entire criminal justice process. Criminal defense lawyer Lauren E. Scardella is the experienced attorney you need, with over a decade of experience representing people facing criminal charges in the municipal and superior courts of Middlesex County and throughout New Jersey. Attorney Scardella will work tirelessly to have your charges dismissed or reduced, if possible, under the circumstances of your case.
Attorney Scardella and her law firm, the Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella, provide every client with strategic legal advice tailored to each client’s situation. A criminal conviction can have consequences that devastate your life both now and in the future. That is why you need a criminal defense attorney who will zealously fight to assert your rights and protect your freedom, no matter what your charges are. The Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella can provide you with the attention, dedication, and service that you need as you face your criminal charges.
Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyer Helps Clients Address Life-Altering Consequences of Criminal Charges in Middlesex County
Middlesex County criminal defense attorney Lauren E. Scardella has a proven track record of success helping clients charged with various kinds of criminal offenses, including:
- Traffic tickets
- Juvenile crimes
- Municipal code violations
- Drug crimes
- Theft and property crimes
- Domestic violence
- Sex crimes
- Weapons offenses
Conviction on any of the above offenses or any other crime can have serious, life-altering consequences. You probably already know that you face prison time, fines, or restitution if you are convicted on your criminal charges. But you may not know that a criminal conviction can have other impacts on your life that last long after you finish your sentence, such as:
- Loss of employment
- Inability to obtain new employment
- Inability to secure housing
- Loss of professional licenses, driver’s license, and other personal licenses
- Inability to seek higher education
- Inability to access credit
- Loss of visa status or permanent residency and deportation
A criminal conviction can upend your personal, financial, and professional life. Don’t make the mistake of facing your criminal charges without an experienced and dedicated Middlesex County criminal defense attorney by your rise. Attorney Lauren E. Scardella can provide the aggressive legal representation you need through every step of the criminal justice process.
The Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella has a convenient location in New Jersey and Attorney Scardella can visit clients at home and can visit clients still incarcerated. When facing the prospect of a criminal conviction, you need a criminal defense attorney you can trust. Attorney Scardella is a dedicated and experienced litigator who can provide the legal representation you need to defend against your criminal charges.
Why The Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella Can Help Clients Charged with a Crime in Middlesex County
When you are charged with a crime in Middlesex County, you need to understand the potential consequences of a conviction and the importance of taking quick action to secure your rights and preserve your freedom. The Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella understands that an arrest can be a stressful and traumatic experience. That is why our law firm works tirelessly to thoroughly investigate your case and uncover all the evidence needed to develop an effective and persuasive defense strategy. Attorney Scardella will negotiate with prosecutors to secure a dismissal or reduction of your charges, depending on the circumstances of your case. If necessary, our law firm will take your case to trial to vigorously advocate for you to the jury. Our firm’s objective is to reduce or eliminate the potential penalties you may face for a conviction on your criminal charges.
Attorney Scardella enjoys a long track record of success defending clients against criminal charges both minor and serious and has received numerous distinctions as a trial litigator. That is why you know that, when you retain Attorney Scardella and The Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella, you will have an advocate who will fight tirelessly for you and your best interests.
Contact Our Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys Today for a Free Consultation
When you are facing criminal charges in Middlesex County or elsewhere in New Jersey, don’t go without representation from an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney. Don’t wait to seek legal assistance — you will soon face filing deadlines and hearings where you do not want to be without representation. Contact the Law Offices of Lauren E. Scardella today to schedule a free, confidential consultation to learn more about your legal rights and options for defending against your criminal charges and how Attorney Scardella can assist you in every step of your criminal matter.
Frequently Asked Criminal Charges Questions in Middlesex County
FAQ: What happens if the person who accused me of a crime no longer wants to testify or pursue charges?
If the accuser decides he or she no longer wants to cooperate with police or prosecutors, in many cases, the prosecutor decides to drop the charges, especially if the accuser is the primary source of evidence or if the accuser retracts or changes the details of his or her accusation. However, the prosecutor may decide to continue pursuing the charges if the state has other independent evidence of your guilt. The prosecutor may also decide to continue certain kinds of cases, including those involving sexual assault or domestic violence, even when the complaining witness no longer wishes to participate.
FAQ: Should I take the plea bargain I was offered?
You should never accept a plea bargain you are offered by the prosecution without first speaking with an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney can evaluate your case to determine the strength of the state’s evidence — the attorney may determine that you stand a fair chance of dismissal of your charges after a motion or of an acquittal at trial. Or an attorney may determine that there is room to negotiate an even more favorable plea bargain with the state.