|Pennsylvania - PA||25 years|
|New Jersey - NJ||25 years|
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
After receiving my B.A. from Rutgers University, I chose to pursue my dream of becoming an attorney. While I was finishing up law school at Rutgers, I began an internship with a prominent criminal defense firm. Upon completion of law school and passing the bar exam, I immediately began representing clients and defending the constitution in our courts. After working as an associate until 2003, I opened my own law practice in 2003. In 2015, in an effort to better serve my client's differing legal needs, I chose to diversify my practice. I joined the law firm of Liebling Malamut, LLC as the head of the criminal practice group. I now specialize in all aspects of criminal defense including the most serious felony charges to the most minor municipal court charges. I personally handle each case; I do not transfer your important matter to a junior associate as many of the larger firms will often do. I am an expert on search and seizure law and will provide you with a vigorous defense in both State and Federal Court.
I have succesfully argued two matters before the NJ Supreme Court.
In the search and seizure area, I am particularly proud of one of my major accomplishments on behalf of a client. In 2013, I argued the matter of State v. Brown, 216 N.J. 508 (2014). In that case, the State attempted to justify the illegal search of a home based on an argument that the house was abondoned. I was able to convince the NJ Supreme Court that the house was not an abandoned home and thus the search was in violation of my client's constitutional rights.
I likewise successfully argued another matter in the NJ Supreme Court whereby the State was attempting to disbar my attorney client. I was able to keep the attorney from being disbarred. The matter resulted in a suspension only, thereby preserving my client's ability to earn a living for he and his family.
I appeared on the Nancy Grace show as an expert commentator with regard the the murder case of State v. Fred Neulander. Mr. Neulander was a Rabbi who was at the time on trial for hiring a hitman to murder his wife. He was ultimately convicted and is serivng a life sentence.