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When facing a criminal charge in New Jersey

By The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC

02/06/2020 Proving that you aren’t guilty of a crime is extremely hard, even if you feel that you have not committed the crime. To prove that you aren’t guilty of a crime, you need to take time and do thorough research of your criminal case.
Tips to prove that you are not guilty of a crimeCollect all the paper related to the criminal case: Keep all papers and records given to you at any time of the criminal procedure. Write down clearly the names and other information of anyone involved in the crime. Keep a mental note of the incident and the circumstances that lead to it.
Talk to a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible: If you have been arrested or suspect that you will be accused of a crime, then immediately contact a criminal defense attorney in your area. An experienced attorney can greatly help you and leaves no way out to prove that you are not guilty of a crime.
Stay calm: Never discuss the case matters with anyone except with your attorney. Do not answer any questions of the police or investigation officer in the absence of your attorney.
Prepare for your court date: Your attorney will guide you on how to behave and what to talk in the court proceedings. You should keep in mind that your statements and how you present the truth is extremely important to win the case.
Know basic of criminal law: Learn the basic criteria of law that is related to your case. Look for any evidence or loop holes that can help your case. Discuss all the options with your attorney and stay updated about your case.
If you have been accused of a crime in New Jersey, contact Mr. Joel Silberman, the New Jersey criminal defense attorney to deal with your criminal case. Call at 201-420-1913 for consultation with Mr. Joel Silberman. For more information visit https://joelsilbermanlaw.com/

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The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC

The Law Offices of Joel Silberman, LLC

Joel Silberman’s path to becoming a Criminal Defense Attorney started when he earned his Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, New Jersey.After finishing law school, Joel was a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable George F. Rohde, Jr., J.S.C. in the Superior Court of New Jers…

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