Michael Angelo Baldassare

Michael Angelo Baldassare

Criminal Defense Attorney
Newark, NJ




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The best attorney in NJ

Posted by: a Domestic Violence client over 1 year ago.

My case was not easy case. I reached out to Michael and he is very knowledgeable, very confident. He knew what he was doing. I would recommend him...

The best of the best!

Posted by: Elizabeth over 1 year ago.

Mr. Baldassare is an exceptional and brilliant attorney. He understands and respects his client's feelings and emotions, besides giving them...
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Showing 2 of 5 peer endorsements

Michael S. Waddington
Michael Waddington

Evans, GA

11 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse Michael. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.
Douglas Wayne Jones Jr
Douglas Jones

Waretown, NJ

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Baldassare's legal reputation is second to none. A potential client would be well served to consult with and retain Mr....
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1999 License Status: Active for the state of New Jersey.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/14/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.


Showing 1 of 3 degrees

1999 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Seton Hall University School of Law


Showing 1 of 2 awards

2001 Professional Achievement Award

New Jersey State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division


Showing 1 of 10 association entries

2005- 2006 Vice-Chair

Essex County Bar Association, Criminal Law Committee

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Showing 2 of 11 publications

2001 Discovering the Defendant's Identity in Cyber Litigation

For The Defense

2001 Balancing the Law with Fighting Terrorism

New Jersey Lawyer

Speaking Engagements

Showing 2 of 5 occasions

2006 Litigating The Federal Public Corruption Case

at Essex County Bar Association

2002 Individual Rights in the Aftermath of 9/11

at The New Jersey State Bar Association, Section on Individual Rights and the Institute for Continuing Legal Education

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