Criminal Defense Attorney Jersey City
If you face criminal charges in New Jersey, you do not have to do so alone.
No matter the case, criminal defense attorney Ihab Ibrahim can defend your rights and help you achieve the best possible legal outcome.
If you or someone in your family is in need of a criminal defense lawyer, schedule a free consultation with our law firm in Jersey City, NJ.
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Criminal Defense Practice Areas
Jersey City attorney Ihab Ibrahim represents men and women accused of:
- Drug Offenses
- Robbery, theft, or burglary
- Sexual misconduct
- Unlawful possession of a firearm
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New Jersey Criminal Law What You Should Know
Unlike other states, New Jersey does not use the terms "felony" or "misdemeanor." Instead, the equivalent of a felony is an "indictable crime," while the equivalent of a misdemeanor is a "disorderly person offense." There are also "petty disorderly person offenses," which are the least serious violations. The different levels of offenses carry different penalties:
- Indictable Crimes: There are a wide variety of indictable crimes, ranging from fourth-degree crimes to first-degree crimes. First-degree crimes, including armed robbery and sexual assault, can be punished with up to 20 years in prison.
- Disorderly Person Offenses: Examples of disorderly person offenses include simple assault and shoplifting. These can be punished with up to six months in jail and up to $1,000 in fines.
- Petty Disorderly Person Offenses: Petty disorderly person offenses, such as disorderly conduct or trespassing, can be punished with up to 30 days in jail and up to $500 in fines.
Note that disorderly person offenses and petty disorderly person offenses are not technically considered crimes, so they do not involve a jury trial. Instead, people charged with these minor offenses appear before a judge, who will make a unilateral decision regarding their sentence.
Men and women accused of any degree of crime have a right to a criminal defense lawyer. While the court can provide a public defender, your chances of success greatly increase if you work with an attorney like Ihab Ibrahim.