MURDER – DRUG DISTRIUBTION AND POSSESSION- SEXUAL ASSAULT – BURLGARY- ASSAULT – WEAPONS CHARGES –THEFT- VEHICULAR HOMICIDE- VIOLATION OF PROBATION- RELEASE FROM MEGAN’S LAW -EXPUNGMENTS.
If you are being investigated by the State Police, Attorney General’s Office, or the local police it is likely that you will be prosecuted in State Court. If you have been indicted by a County or State Grand Jury, the matter will be handled in State Court with either a County Prosecutor, or in some special circumstances, a Deputy Attorney General. There is a State Court located in the County seat of each County and Attorneys Hartman, Chartered practice in those Courts throughout the State, with an emphasis on Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer, Atlantic, Cumberland, Salem, and Ocean Counties. We will help guide you through the complicated process and seek to keep you out of prisonFederal Court
If you are being investigated by the FBI, DEA, IRS or any other Federal law enforcement agency, the matter will be handled in Federal Court by a U.S. Attorney. Attorneys Hartman Chartered practice in Federal Courts both in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and will protect you and your interests in those Courts.Municipal Court
Disorderly Persons or Petty Disorderly Persons cases are handled in Municipal Court. Each Town has a Municipal Court. These less serious offenses include criminal mischief, possession of paraphernalia, or marijuana under fifty grams, harassment, most shoplifting charges, and simple assault. Attorneys Hartman Charted represents individuals charged in Municipal Courts throughout the State.Juvenile Court
Any person under the age of eighteen, who is charged with a crime, will have their matter heard in State Court, in the County where the crime allegedly occurred. A special unit of the County Prosecutor’s Office addresses Juvenile cases and it is the only part of the Criminal Justice system that focuses on rehabilitation along with punishment. Attorneys Hartman Chartered represents Juveniles with an emphasis on rehabilitation.
Violation of Probation or Megan’s Law
Release from Megan’s Law