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Man's criminal defense important for attempted murder charge

People's actions can sometimes be difficult to understand. Those actions may seem random or uncharacteristic, and if they are violent, they can lead to serious criminal charges. In such cases, authorities will undoubtedly investigate, and an accused person will certainly want to gain information on criminal defense options.

One man in New Jersey may soon be exploring his possible options after recently being arrested. According to reports, the man purportedly stabbed a person in what seems to have been a random act of violence at a municipal building. Authorities were alerted to the situation after someone activated panic alarms, and they reportedly found the man sitting on the floor. The stabbing victim was located around the corner from the man. While police spoke with the man, he allegedly punched one of the officers in the eye.

Officers took a knife from the man's waistband, and he was taken into custody despite allegedly resisting arrest. He is currently facing charges for attempted murder, aggravated assault of an officer, unlawful possession of a weapon and resisting arrest. The victim of the stabbing was taken to an area hospital for treatment, but that person's injuries were not considered life-threatening.

Finding the best way to handle such serious allegations can be difficult. As this New Jersey man deals with the charges brought against him, he will certainly want to determine what criminal defense options may suit his case. Gaining reliable information and assessing his ordeal may help him make meaningful and useful decisions as his case proceeds.

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