NJ Police Officer Criminal Charges Lawyer
Experienced Criminal Attorneys Help Cops Charged with Crimes in New Jersey
New Jersey law enforcement officers facing criminal charges should always consult with an attorney. A criminal charge against a New Jersey police officer can have severe consequences. In addition to the statutory penalties of the criminal offense, a criminal charge against a New Jersey police officer could possibly result in a loss of job, a loss of the right to carry a firearm, and/or a loss of pension.
Domestic Violence Charges & Police Officers in New Jersey
Domestic Violence charges, in particular, are highly detrimental to a police officer because these offenses usually involve the issuance of a temporary or final restraining order. In New Jersey, those who are the subject of a restraining order may not carry a firearm. As a result, police officers who are the subject of a restraining order are prevented from performing their duty as they must surrender their firearms purchaser ID card, duty weapon, and personal firearm to the authorities. Therefore, domestic violence charges against police officers can have a serious effect on a police officer’s job and, consequently, their pension.
An experienced criminal defense lawyer may help you to dismiss a restraining order. Our attorneys defend police officers accused of domestic violence and help them keep their jobs, their guns, and their pensions.
Free Consultations Available – New Jersey Criminal Attorney Representing Police Officers
Police officers charged with a criminal offense should speak with a New Jersey lawyer. If you are a New Jersey police officer and need assistance with a criminal charge, we may be able to possibly assist you. The law firm of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC represents police officers charged with criminal offenses in Union County and throughout New Jersey. Our defense attorneys have many years of experience handling criminal matters. Casey Woodruff is a former Union County Prosecutor who has argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court. Gary Grabas was a Prosecutor in both Morris County and Middlesex County. Jon M. Bramnick is a Certified Civil Trial Lawyer with over 30 years of trial experience.