South Jersey Armed Robbery Charges Lawyer
Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Fights for Clients Facing Armed Robbery Charges Throughout South Jersey
South Jersey armed robbery defense lawyer John B. Brennan from The Law Office of John B. Brennan is a South Jersey lawyer who believes those charged with armed robbery deserve someone standing by their side, fighting on their side. Brennan has spent years giving individuals charged with armed robbery (2C:15-1) both expert and vigorous representation.
John B. Brennan from The Law Office of John B. Brennan has experience as a South Jersey armed robbery defense lawyer and as a lawyer dealing with other such issues as murder 2C:11-5, manslaughter N.J.S.A. 2C:11-4, aggravated assault 2C:12-1, arson N.J.S.A. 2C:17-1, criminal assault, bias intimidation, burglary 2C:18-2, and sexual assault 2C:14-2.
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A former prosecutor, Brennan has tried more than 100 felony cases and resolved thousands more by way of plea negotiations in the Superior Court of New Jersey. As a member of the South Jersey Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit, Brennan was responsible for all gun-related crimes for over a decade. In addition, he has more than 30 years of criminal trial experience.
Fewer than 250 lawyers in New Jersey have been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney as has John B. Brennan. This designation is earned by demonstrating a substantial level of experience in criminal trial law. As a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney in New Jersey, Brennan has demonstrated his capabilities in the area of criminal law, including assisting those charged with armed robbery.
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New Jersey has the strictest gun laws in the United States. Legislation calls for anyone who is convicted of a handgun offense to receive a mandatory minimum sentence of 42 months in prison without parole. For decades prior to this, the mandatory minimum sentence had been fixed at 36 months, but 2013 the minimum term was increased to 42 months and the degree of the offense was elevated from third degree to second degree.
The best chance to avoid the mandatory minimum is to choose an armed robbery criminal defense lawyer who has seen enforcement from the other side. That criminal defense lawyer is John B. Brennan from The Law Office of John B. Brennan.