South Jersey Violent Crimes Lawyer
Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Fights for Clients Facing Violent Crime Charges Throughout South Jersey
With the top three, and five of the top eight, New Jersey municipalities for violent crime located in the southern half of the state, you need a South Jersey violent crimes defense lawyer such as John B. Brennan from The Law Office of John B. Brennan working for you.
Those top three municipalities for violent crime are Camden City, in Camden County; Atlantic City in Atlantic County; and Wildwood City, in Cape May County. The other two South Jersey municipalities in the top eight are Bridgeton City, in Cumberland County; and Trenton City, in Mercer County. By comparison, the three most populated cities in the state – Newark, Jersey City, and Paterson – are seventh, 20th, and 10th on the list, respectively.
No matter where you live in South Jersey, if you find yourself in a situation where you need effective representation when you are charged with a violent crime, John B. Brennan from The Law Office of John B. Brennan is the first person you should contact. He is a South Jersey violent crimes defense lawyer with the knowledge to help you.
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John B. Brennan is a South Jersey criminal defense lawyer who has made a career of fighting for those charged with violent crimes. He has experience as a South Jersey violent crimes defense lawyer and as an attorney dealing with murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, arson, armed robbery, bias intimidation and burglary.
Fewer than 250 defense lawyers in South Jersey have been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Criminal Trial Defense lawyer as has John B. Brennan. This designation is earned by demonstrating a substantial level of experience in criminal trial law. Defense lawyers who have received such certification also have passed a rigorous examination in criminal trial law and have been favorably evaluated by judges and other lawyers familiar with their work.