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17 06, 2015

Burglary & Criminal Mischief Charges Issued in Hoboken NJ

By |June 17th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Jersey City Man Charged with Burglary in Hoboken NJ
A forty-four (44) year old Jersey City resident has been arrested and charged with among other things, burglary following an incident at a local gym. According to the information released thus far, the Defendant is alleged to have charged $4,500 worth of electronics to a Hoboken resident’s credit card that he stole from his gym locker. It […]

15 06, 2015

More Theft Charges Issued in Hudson County NJ

By |June 15th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Theft & Falsely Pretending to be a Police Officer Charges issued in North Bergen
It appears that a thirty (30) year old Plainfield native was able to convince an individual in North Bergen that he was in fact a police officer and that they needed to turn over the keys to his car. The Defendant is alleged to have approached an individual in North Bergen on May 9, 2015 and told them that he needed the keys to his 2014 Audi A7 immediately for official police use. Once the victim turned over the keys the Defendant left the scene in the victims vehicle. It is unclear at this point in time what the Defendant actually said to the victim to get him to turn over his keys, however, we do know that he did hold himself out as a police officer.
What is also unclear is how the Defendant was finally apprehended. With that being said, he did make his first appearance at the Hudson County Central Judicial Processing Court which is located in Jersey City last week. The Judge arraigned him on his charges, which included, unlawful taking of a means of conveyance, theft of moveable property, falsely presenting himself as a police officer and carrying out an illegal motor vehicle stop. The Judge set bail at $25,000 with a 10% option.  […]

14 10, 2014

4 Men Wanted for Armed Robbery in North Bergen, New Jersey

By |October 14th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

First Degree Robbery Lawyer in North Bergen, NJ
First degree robbery is one of most serious charges under the New Jersey criminal code. If convicted of robbery in the first degree in North Bergen, a defendant could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in prison. Furthermore, this offense falls under what is known as the No Early Release Act, which in essence requires a […]

16 09, 2014

Armed Robbery in North Bergen, New Jersey

By |September 16th, 2014|Robbery, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Armed Robbery Lawyer in North Bergen, NJ
First degree armed robbery is one of the most serious offenses under the New Jersey criminal code. If convicted, a defendant could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in a New Jersey State Prison. In addition, since this offense falls under the No Early Release Act, the Defendant must serve 85% of their sentence before they become eligible for parole. For more information on the offense of first degree armed robbery, including what exactly separates a first degree robbery from a second degree robbery,  please click here. If you or someone you know has been charged with the offense of robbery in North Bergen, New Jersey, the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall can help. If you would like to schedule a free initial consultation, with any one of our eight North Bergen NJ criminal defense lawyers, please contact our Jersey City office directly at (201) 309-1800. Here is a recent article about a women who was the victim of a recent armed robbery in North Bergen.

North Bergen Police Allege two men Robbed a Women at Knife Point
The North Bergen Police Department has reported that a forty year old women is alleging that she was approached by two unknown males at approximately  6:40 am and demanded that she turn over all her money. She further stated that one of the males had a long kitchen knife in his possession and threatened to use it if necessary. The two alleged robbers took off with the victim’s purse, which she alleges contained $130 dollars. […]