If you have found yourself on the wrong side of the law, then you are going to need to retain the services of a seasoned South Brunswick criminal lawyer. At my firm, the Law Offices of Ryan E. Gilbert, LLC, I have been helping individuals just like you for more than a decade. Over the years, I have personally helped many of my clients obtain favorable case outcomes such as reduced sentences, lighter penalties and dismissed charges. I am proud to have helped many of my previous clients face a brighter future and I would like to have the opportunity to do the same for you.
I can represent clients all throughout Middlesex and Monmouth Counties in their municipal and criminal offenses. I am also admitted to the bars of both New York and New Jersey, that way I can better serve my clients in their legal needs. Regardless of the circumstances that led up to your current situation, I strongly urge you to consult me about your case. There are many proven and effected defenses that may be able to help improve the general outcome of your situation. I can easily be accessed by phone or email and I will give you my personal promise to help you in every way that I possibly can.
I can represent clients in all of their municipal court offenses, as well as their traffic offenses. If you were arrested for DUI/DWI, assault, domestic violence, or a theft crime such as shoplifting, I can help you as well. My firm also provides aggressive legal representation for all types of juvenile offenses, drug offenses including drug possession and drug distribution, as well as white collar crimes such as fraud, and many more. I can also represent clients who have been accused of eluding, terrorist threats, harassment, white collar crimes, sex crimes or even serious violent crimes.
A criminal conviction is no laughing matter and I take all of my clients' charges seriously. From the moment I take on your case, I will work tirelessly to help you achieve the most favorable outcome for your individual set of circumstances. I understand the stress and anxiety involved when you are facing going to jail or prison, and I will treat your case as if it was one of my own family members.
If you are being questioned by law enforcement, it's critical that you exercise your right to remain silent until after you have spoken to an attorney. Even a "friendly" detective will use anything you say against you no matter how convincing he or she may be. I urge you to contact my office immediately to schedule your confidential consultation with me. Once I review the details of your case, I can swiftly begin tailoring a defense strategy to protect you and your legal rights. You deserve no less than a defense attorney who believes in you and telling your side of the story, call the firm today.