A Criminal Charge Can Change Your Life
Being accused of violating a criminal law carries serious consequences. It can be difficult to know what to do or even how to handle the situation. You need an attorney who understands every area of criminal law and can fight for you in the courtroom and beyond. The attorneys at DeCosmo Law have significant experience handling all types of criminal cases throughout New Jersey.
Criminal cases can involve a variety of charges, including:
- Drunk driving, DUI or DWI
- Drug possession, manufacturing and trafficking, and other drug charges
- Theft, robbery, shoplifting and other property crimes
- Assault, battery, domestic assault, and other violent crimes
- Endangering the Welfare of a Child
- Firearms Offenses
- Sexual Assault
- Homicide, vehicular manslaughter, and murder
Having a tough, experienced, and knowledgeable lawyer is of the utmost importance. We handle all criminal cases in New Jersey, as well as appeals and post-judgment actions such as expungements and applications for post-conviction relief.
Are You a Noncitizen Facing A Criminal Conviction?
If you are not a U.S. citizen and are convicted of a criminal offense, you may face deportation.
Our team prides itself on being able to handle these types of cases. We are uniquely qualified to defend noncitizens in criminal matters and will examine your case to determine the best way to prevent or overturn both your conviction and your possible deportation.
Our staff speaks fluent Spanish and will walk you through every step of the appeals. Our attorneys have years of experience handling these cases. Being convicted of a criminal charge can change your life, and we do not want it to.
Read our answers to common criminal defense questions, and schedule your appointment today to discuss your case.
We Can Help; Call Today
If you have been accused or convicted of a criminal charge, you need a tough team on your side. Contact our office in Camden today for a consultation at 856-843-4012 or fill out our contact form. Se habla español.