My 20 year law practice is focused on personally defending people throughout New... more
My 20 year law practice is focused on personally defending people throughout New Jersey charged with DWI, traffic offenses, NJMVC suspension hearings, criminal and juvenile matters. I am a licensed attorney in New York for 21 years and New Jersey for 20 years. I have represented over 7,000 people in my 20 year law practice and have handled thousands of New Jersey Superior Court, Municip... view profile
Municipal Court Prosecutor; 2007 President of the Young Lawyer Division of the... more
Municipal Court Prosecutor; 2007 President of the Young Lawyer Division of the Hudson County Bar Association; Completed semester study abroad at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at the University of London.
Born and raised in Hudson County, I continue to practice in thisdynamic, progressive... more
Born and raised in Hudson County, I continue to practice in thisdynamic, progressive community assistingboth the Latino and non-Latinopopulation in assorted matters. I will provide you with a free consultation, call me today. Hablo tu idioma.
Joseph has extensive experience with complex civil litigation, property tax,... more
Joseph has extensive experience with complex civil litigation, property tax, governmental and school law. He has represented individuals, municipalities, counties, authorities, and school boards in a range of litigation and compliance matters. He is regularly involved in civil defense litigation and represents clients in matters involving the New Jersey Tort Claims Act (Title 59), Tax Appeal ... view profile
If the police give you a ticket for violating traffic laws (quite often for speeding), you may require the services of a traffic ticket lawyer (sometimes called a speeding ticket lawyer) to help you through traffic court. Traffic ticket lawyers know which people to talk to at court and the kind of deals they are willing to make. The traffic ticket lawyer will also know the specific types of proof the officer must submit to the court and when there is not enough information to support the traffic ticket.