Essex County Criminal Defense Attorneys in Newark, New Jersey
The Tormey Law Firm represents clients throughout New Jersey that have been charged with indictable and disorderly persons offenses. Including but not limited to stalking, harassment, and simple assault, in towns throughout Essex County, such as: Belleville, Fairfield, Nutley, Bloomfield, Maplewood, Millburn, and Newark.
Our criminal defense attorneys have successfully handled thousands of cases in New Jersey, in Superior Court (indictable/felony level offenses) and Municipal Court (disorderly persons/misdemeanor level offenses). Our managing partner, Travis J. Tormey, is often called upon as a legal authority in the area of sex crimes. He has been quoted by the Asbury Park Press regarding Megan’s Law registration and, most recently, in the Bergen Record as to his opinion on the rise in reported luring incidents. Mr. Tormey previously worked at the United States Attorney’s Office in a variety of areas, including the gang task force, sex crimes unit, and white collar crimes units.
Being charged with crime in the State of New Jersey means potential exposure to a term of imprisonment, depending on the underlying circumstances. Having a defense attorney who understands how to attack the State’s case and put you in a position to achieve the best possible result means all the difference. Don’t delay in hiring legal representation. The experienced, aggressive criminal defense team at The Tormey Law Firm will fight on your behalf for the best possible result.
To learn more about our lawyers’ experience and education, click on their respective links below.
- Travis J. Tormey
- Louis Acevedo
- Louis Keleher
- Jeffrey Skiendziul
When you choose the Tormey Law Firm to represent you, our lawyers will guide you through the process and walk you through your options. Contact us today for a free consultation, 201-654-3464, or you can use the online contact form. A member of our criminal defense team will be happy to answer any questions you have and provide you with an honest assessment of your case.