S. Emile Lisboa IV devotes his practice to the rigorous defense of those accused of crimes. A certified criminal trial attorney, he represents people in both state and federal courts on charges ranging from murder and street crimes to fraud and complex white-collar crimes. Mr. Lisboa’s client list includes professional athletes, entertainers, lawyers, doctors, business leaders, law enforcement employees, public officials, friends and neighbors. He is a leading practitioner in driving while intoxicated cases, including vehicular homicide.
Mr. Lisboa has been certified as a Criminal Trial Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Mr. Lisboa is a graduate of Rutgers College. He received his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law -Newark.
Areas of Practice: Criminal Law Federal Crimes Street Crimes Homicide Sexual Assault Internet Crimes Drug Offenses Cultivation Money Laundering Driving While Intoxicated Death by Auto Weapons Offenses Theft and Fraud Political Corruption Commercial Bribery Wiretaps Terrorism Parole and Probation Violations Domestic Violence / Restraining Orders Organized Crime and Racketeering Forfeitures SEC violations Environmental Crimes Counterfeit goods and media
Certification/Specialties: Certified Criminal Trial Attorney, New Jersey Supreme Court, 2009; Drager Alcotest 7110 Operator Certification 2009.
Bar Admissions: New Jersey, 2002 New York, 2003 U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 2002, U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 2009 U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, 2009
Education: Rutgers College 1999
Rutgers University School of Law 2002
Languages: Fluent in Spanish.
Classes/Seminars Taught: Guest speaker on cross-examination – Criminal Trial Presentation, Rutgers School of Law- Newark
Professional Associations and Memberships: New Jersey Bar Association; New York Bar Association, New Jersey Hispanic Bar Association
Past Employment Positions: Law Clerk to the Hon. Joseph A. Falcone, A.J.S.C. (retired) 2002-2003; Assistant Prosecutor, Union County Prosecutor’s Office 2003-2007