CRIME VICTIM RIGHTS ATTORNEY IN PASSAIC COUNTY
NEW JERSEY CRIME ATTORNEY
When it comes to being the victim of a crime it is important to remember that you are not alone. You should seek legal advice as soon as possible to begin protecting yourself from further harm, or victimization. Whether it is domestic violence, assault, or any other form of crime, our firm is prepared to assist you in filing a claim and defending you in court. Our attorney, David L. Pine, is experienced in both municipal and superior court with years of experience defending those who cannot defend themselves.
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Thousands of individuals become victims of crime every day, but with becoming a victim comes access to certain rights you may not be aware of. As part of the New Jersey Constitution article 1, section 22, you are subject to rights as a victim of crime. These rights include compassion, fairness, respect, and not being denied the right to appear at a public judicial proceeding; unless otherwise stated.
In addition, the constitution defines what qualifies as being a victim of a crime: homicides where you are the sibling, child, grandparent, legal guardian, parent, or spouse of the individual that was killed; or being subject to psychological or physical injury, as well as, if someone has been party to loss or damages due to another individual.
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It is important to become aware of these as it could work to better inform and protect you in the early days before you are able to seek legal counsel. With over 30 years of experience, our firm has handled cases throughout Passaic County for those that require legal assistance concerning criminal legal situations. Our primary goal is to ensure you get the best possible results in your case and never feel as though you are facing the courts alone. With years of experience with the criminal justice system, our attorney is prepared to guide you through the entire case.
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