If you or a loved one has been arrested for a criminal charge and are being prosecuted by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, contact a New Jersey criminal defense attorney at Schiller & Pittenger, P.C. today. Our team of defense attorneys has been practicing criminal law for over 30 years, and each of our criminal defense lawyers is a former county prosecutor with substantial experience in the New Jersey Superior Courts. Our attorneys are trial ready and equipped to defend you under any circumstances in a court of law.
Common charges arising out of Middlesex County include:
Our lawyers are experienced in defending against all types of criminal offenses. We can dissect your case and bring to light any and all weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. If there are any appropriate defenses available, our criminal defense attorneys can assert them effectively on your behalf.
Our Middlesex County DUI firm is renowned for its legal strategy and record of success. Our extensive experience and knowledge of the New Jersey court systems and DUI law allows us to navigate through the maze of legal ‘red tape’ and provide a successful DUI defense. Individuals convicted of driving under the influence will face stiff penalties and significant fines—including the possibilities of participation in a DUI program at an Intoxicated Driving Resource Center (IDRC), suspended license, jail sentence, community service, and the use of an ignition interlock device, not to mention expensive fines. Drivers are often tested with a Breathalyzer to determine if they are driving under the influence, and if you register a 0.08% blood alcohol concentration (BAC) you are considered legally over the limit in the state of New Jersey.
Our team of criminal defense lawyers at Schiller & Pittenger, P.C. has over 100 trials in combined experience. Should you hire us, we can mount the most effective and aggressive defense for your specific situation. When plea bargaining is in a client’s best interests, our skilled defense attorneys rely on their experiences as former county prosecutors in order to minimize or eliminate certain charges and penalties.