One of less than 250 attorneys certified by the NJ Supreme Court as a Criminal Trial Attorney
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Criminal Trial Attorney||Supreme Court of New Jersey, Board of Certification||2013|
|Managing Member||The Law Offices of Christopher T. Campbell, L.L.C.||2006 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Haydn Proctor Inn of Court||Technology Committee - Criminal Law Representative||2012 - Present|
|Monmouth Bar Association||Member, Criminal Pratice Committee||2010 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Criminal Law Section||Member||N/A|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||Young Lawyer's Division - Ocean County Representative||2012 - 2014|
|State v. W.M.||Hung jury|
|State v. C.W.||One year of probation|
|State v. S.W.||Client ultimately pled guilty to a municipal ordinance with a $300 fine and anger manageement counseling.|
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|NJ Law Journal||Police Body Cameras Help Protect Us All||2015|
|NJICLE Press||Litigation Technology for the Modern Practitioner||2014|
|NJ Law Journal||Discovery Fee Rules Routinely Ignored in Municipal Court||2013|
|NJ Law Journal||All Or None On Deceit During Investigations||2013|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Jail Credit May Still be Turning on Happenstance||2012|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Many Loose Ends to Tie Up Before Medical Marijuana Law Takes Effect||2010|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Medical Marijuana Legislation is Flawed||2009|
|Touro College - Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center||N/A||Juris Doctor||2005|
|Rutgers University, New Brunswick/Piscataway||Political Science||Bachelor's Degree||2002|
|NJICLE Seminar||Litigation Technology for The Modern Practitioner||2014|
|Monmouth Bar Assoc. Monthly Meeting||Criminal Practice Ethics||2014|
|Annual Technology Symposium||Technology in eDiscovery||2014|
|Annual Legal Technology Symposium||Annual Legal Technology Symposium||2014|
|Criminal Practice Group Meeting||Jail Credit||2013|
|Monmouth Bar Association, Criminal Practice Committee||Technology in Criminal Practice||2012|
|Monmouth County Municipal Court Judges Association||Bail Forfeiture in NJ||2011|
|ARTSCAP Art Business Seminar||Copyright Law and How It Relates to Artists||2009|
Posted by Eric
A genuinely nice person whom is extremely professional and knowledgable lawyer. Would highly recommend using him (I have twice).
Posted by Stephanie
Not only is Christopher a great lawyer, he's also a genuinely a great person with a huge, understanding heart. He got my entire case dismissed and expunged off my record with only one payment that covered multiple court appearances! He also accepted me as a client on very VERY short notice as all I did was call him, and not 20 minutes later was meeting with him, and he started working on my case right away without any hesitation. He answered any questions I had almost right away and made sure that everything was good to go before we met in court every single time. He knew exactly what I needed in order to prepare for my case before the judge even asked him. And if I didn't have to physically be there in court, he made sure to let me know far in advance so I didn't have to take unnecessary time off of work. This shows his incredibly good organizational skills as well as his ability to level with and understand his clients thoroughly. He is a well educated man with the personality of an angel, and he truly made the process as unstressful and easy going as it probably ever could have been. He never seems to be stressed out or overwhelmed himself, which made ME feel more comfortable, especially in the court room. He's got a wonderful, optimistic attitude, and seems to really enjoy what he does. 10/10 would highly recommend him!!
Posted by anonymous
I met Mr. Campbell after a series of events in a divorce litigation led to an odd and shocking scenario where he stated "wow, they really made something out of nothing" and I was all of a sudden under investigation by the prosecutor's office. I called Chris and he was able to meet me on the same day I called and was on the case right away. He managed to keep to the real issue (not the action in question) with the prosecutor's office, was very attentive, and even spent one weekend doing legal research and writing a brief to bring to court to compel the non-responsible prosecutor to give a response as to whether they would decline prosecution. In the end, he managed to work with the prosecutor's office and convince them to decline prosecution.
I would recommend Chris to anyone, he is knowledgeable, efficient and works understanding that we are human beings and there are real ramifications when a state authority is trying to bend and twist the law and essentially create more stigma to cover themselves.
Mark Apostolou, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I have worked with Chris both as an Assistant Prosecutor, and a fellow defense attorney, and he is extremely knowledgeable and dedicated to his clients. He excels at the use of technology to assist in the defense of his clients.
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