Middlesex County Courthouse

Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Middlesex County Courthouse presides over all types of cases including Criminal, Civil, and Family cases. In New Jersey, cases are divided into two categories: (1) indictable; and (2) non-indictable. The Middlesex County court presides over indictable crimes while less serious non-indictable charges are heard in the Municipal Court. My name is Anthony N. Palumbo, Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyer, and partner at Palumbo & Renaud. As a former prosecutor, current public defender, and criminal defense attorney with over 35 years of trial experience, I defend individuals throughout Middlesex County on all types of criminal charges including Sex Crimes, Assault Crimes, Weapons Offenses, Domestic Violence Disputes, Theft Offenses, Internet Crimes, Violent Crimes and all other Municipal Court criminal offenses.

Former Prosecutor & Current Public Defender

If you have been charged or indicted for a crime, or are under investigation I will aggressively defend and seek to protect your rights against your criminal charge or conviction. Contact me, Middlesex County Defense Attorney today at 1-866-664-8118 for a free initial consultation, my goal will be to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Middlesex County Indictable Crimes

The Middlesex County Courthouse is a Superior Court that presides over crimes and indictable criminal offenses. In most states, criminal offenses are divided between felonies and misdemeanors, but in New Jersey they are divided between indictable offenses and non-indictable Offenses. Indictable offenses are more serious and involve a charge to the 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, or 4 th degree. When a person is charged with an indictable offense in New Jersey, the state prosecutor is notified and is required to decide whether to have a Grand Jury review the evidence and make a decision on issuing an indictment.

The Grand Jury may decide that there is not enough evidence to indict the accused or it may issue an indictment at which time an arraignment would be scheduled, commencing the criminal case. There are many stages of a criminal case that follow the arraignment such as pre-trial hearings, discovery proceedings, depositions, plea hearings, trial, and if possible appeal. Whether you are under investigation for a crime, have been charged or indicted, or are already undergoing criminal case proceedings, I, Anthony N. Palumbo, am prepared to aggressively defend your rights and will fight harder than the district attorney who wants to put you behind bars.

For more information about the Middlesex County Court, visit its website at:

http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/middlesex/index.htm.

Middlesex County Offenses

In addition to Indictable criminal offenses, I also defend individuals charged with non-indictable offenses. These are less serious crimes such as disorderly persons offenses or a Petty disorderly persons offenses for which there is a maximum sentence of 6 months in prison if a conviction results. Non-indictable offenses are not heard in the Middlesex County Superior Court as are indictable criminal offenses, but instead are heard in the Municipal Court. If you have been charged with a non-indictable offense in New Jersey, I will be happy to assist you in your defense or answer any questions you may have about your case in a free initial consultation.

Defending your Middlesex County Court Charge

With over 35 years of criminal trial experience, I have vast experience to properly defend your rights in different criminal law charges including DWI/DUI, drug charges, robbery and crimes against children. As a former prosecutor, current Public Defender and Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyer, I have successfully defended thousands of cases in every area of the law. I will discuss your case with you, and give you an honest assessment of the charges you are facing, and the probable outcome of your case. Contact me today for a free initial consultation at 1-866-664-8118, and we'll work together to develop the best possible defense on your behalf.

As a New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyer, former prosecutor, and public defender, I am familiar with both sides of the law, and can easily identify defenses that may work for you. If you have been charged with one of the above indictable offenses, crimes or any other criminal offense, contact me Anthony N. Palumbo, Middlesex County Criminal Defense Lawyer today at 1-866-664-8118 for a free initial consultation.