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Criminal Defense Lawyer in Randolph, New Jersey

Determined Criminal Attorney Defending Clients in Morris County & Throughout NJ

Morris County prosecutors are notorious for being overzealous and “over charging” minor offenses. A lot of times, this is part of a prosecutorial strategy to get the defendant to plead guilty to a lesser offense. The best defense against this approach is a good offense – or, rather, a good criminal defense lawyer. You want an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side and fighting to keep you out of jail. Don’t let your bright and promising future be eviscerated by a guilty plea or a criminal conviction. You deserve to be represented by a highly accomplished law firm with a proven track record of success in Randolph and everywhere else in Morris County, New Jersey.

Have you been arrested in Randolph, NJ? Let Randolph criminal defense attorney James M. Porfido defend you against the charges and help you avoid the most severe penalties.

Randolph Criminal Defense Attorney Represents Clients Accused of Shoplifting or Other Theft Crimes

A conviction for a misdemeanor (disorderly persons offense) in Randolph, NJ could result in significant penalties that include jail time, heavy fines, and other penalties. That’s why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney like James Porfido on your side. Mr. Porfido has successfully defended numerous clients against all kinds of criminal charges, including the following:

Whether you’ve been charged with shoplifting, possession of marijuana, or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in Randolph, New Jersey, James Porfido will help you beat your charges.

Why You Should Choose James Porfido

James M. Porfido provides his clients with the aggressive advocacy they need to protect their rights and mount a strong defense against criminal charges in Randolph, New Jersey. As a former Morris County NJ prosecutor, Mr. Porfido has a comprehensive understanding of the legal system and the courts in Randolph and everywhere else in Morris County. He also knows how to identify weaknesses in the prosecution’s case because he knows how prosecutors think.

Mr. Porfido and his experienced legal team provide more than just counsel to their clients. We will investigate your case, examine the evidence, review police records and arrest procedures, talk to witnesses, and do what is needed to mount the strongest possible defense on your behalf. We will also help you avoid potential legal problems in the future by providing you with contact information for counselors and other experts, as well as helping you clean up your record through an expungement.

Contact a Skilled Randolph, New Jersey Criminal Defense and DWI Attorney Today

Were you charged with a crime or a serious traffic offense in Randolph, NJ? Then you need an aggressive, experienced criminal defense attorney who is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome to your case. James Porfido’s years of experience as a former prosecutor give him a major advantage when he argues on behalf of clients in Randolph Municipal Court and in Morris County Superior Court. Let Randolph criminal defense lawyer James M. Porfido fight for your rights today. Contact Mr. Porfido anytime, day or night, to discuss the details of your case and determine the best course of action going forward. Credit cards are accepted and payment plans are available.

Information About Randolph, New Jersey

Randolph is a large township located in the heart of Morris County, New Jersey. Randolph has a total population of 25,734 residents, according to census data. The township is almost entirely land-based, with a geographic area of nearly 21.1 square miles. Randolph is bordered by several other Morris County municipalities, including Chester Township, Denville, Dover, Mine Hill, Morris Township, Rockaway, and Roxbury. Additionally, Randolph has numerous unincorporated communities: Black River Pond, Calis, Center Grove, Fernbrook, Mill Brook, Mount Fern, Mount Freedom, Shongum, and Youngstown.

Randolph, NJ has a rich history that dates back hundreds of years. Important locally designated landmarks include Walnut Grove M.E. Church, Walnut Grove Baptist Cemetery, Samuel Allen House, Mott Hollow Historic District, Millbrook School, Randolph Friends Meeting House, Searing Cooper House, Liberty Tree at Dell’s Corner, Daniel Lawrence Farmhouse, Combs Hollow Historic Area, Golden Corners House, Henry Pool House, D. L. Bryant Distillery, and Mt. Freedom Presbyterian Church. Many of these sites have also been designated as state and national landmarks. Additionally, Gristmill Road is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the federal government’s official list of historic sites.

Randolph has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the entire state. According to data in the most recent Uniform Crime Report (UCR), which is compiled by the NJ State Police, there are just 0.3 incidents of violent crime per 1,000 people in Randolph, New Jersey. (For the purposes of the crime report, “violent crime” is defined as murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, sexual assault, and robbery.)

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