With a family law and criminal defense background, attorney Jeffrey Goldblatt understands domestic violence, and the sensitive issues surrounding this crime. Our office can help you take immediate action with regard to restraining orders and help you and your family find long term solutions. We defend domestic violence allegations as well as prosecute complaints.
A restraining order placed against you can significantly impact your life, even keeping you out of your own home. Attorney Goldblatt offers aggressive defense for clients who may be subject to a temporary or permanent restraining order, or those who are accused of violating an order. He also represents victims who seek protection from domestic violence or other dangerous criminal behavior.
Our law firm is often successful in having traffic charges amended to less serious violations or getting tickets dismissed entirely. Whether you have been issued a traffic citation for speeding or leaving the scene of the accident, we strive to help you avoid the potential consequences of the ticket, such as having points assessed on your driving record. An accumulation of points can result in driver’s license suspension or revocation. We handle traffic violations that include speeding, reckless driving, driving without a license or insurance and other traffic violations.
Our Freehold and East Brunswick DWI lawyer defends first-time offenders and multiple offenders. We can protect your rights and help you avoid the consequences of a drunk driving conviction. Penalties can include jail time, heavy fines and loss of driving privileges. We have extensive experience in challenging Breathalyzer test results and in cases involving breath test refusal.
The juvenile justice system favors rehabilitation over punishment for juveniles facing charges involving marijuana possession, underage consumption, shoplifting, vandalism or other juvenile offenses. If your son or daughter is under the age of 18 and has been charged with a crime, our law firm can protect his or her rights and ensure he or she is given a second chance.