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Violent Crimes Defense
Being arrested on a charge of murder, assault, or another violent crime can alter your life forever. Before you have had your day in court, you are already publicly accused of committing a severe crime — which is why there is no time to waste. For a vigorous legal defense against criminal charges, contact Weinstock Defense. Ed Weinstock is an experienced and skilled courtroom fighter who has represented clients throughout Atlantic City, NJ and throughout South Jersey.
As a Former Prosecutor, Weinstock Defense Knows How the Other Operates
Assault & Battery Defense
A strong defense against assault crimes and battery charges lies in the circumstances of each case. The firm’s criminal law attorneys thoroughly investigate every aspect, including whether our clients acted in self-defense. We have successfully represented clients throughout New Jersey in a broad range of assault matters, including bar fights, street fights, alleged domestic violence, accusations of malicious attacks, and other situations where force was used.
If you are facing assault and battery charges, do not delay in contacting our legal team. We will review your case and provide you with an honest assessment of the situation and proceed with a confident path forward.
Homicide & Manslaughter Defense
If you are accused of killing another person, whether through homicide, manslaughter or vehicular manslaughter—the severity and potential penalties for such crimes require the most zealous legal representation available. We have defended clients against serious criminal charges in New Jersey, including aggravated manslaughter and vehicular manslaughter. We are prepared to defend you as aggressively as necessary.
Domestic Violence Defense
Domestic violence charges can affect your personal and professional life. At Weinstock Defense, we will help you regain control of the situation – minimizing damage and protecting your future.
State v. A.S. – Murder, Carjacking And Robbery – “Not Guilty” Verdict. A.S. was charged with murder, carjacking and robbery, arising from an alleged robbery/carjacking gone bad. Mr. Weinstock asserted that A.S. was misidentified and not the perpetrator. After a three-week trial, a jury found A.S. “not guilty” of all charges.
State v. S.v. – Murder And Desecrating Human Remains – Murder Dismissed/Reduced Plea. S.v. faced a murder charge, arising out of an altercation in which her boyfriend killed the victim during a “drug deal” gone bad. Mr. Weinstock got the murder charge dismissed and secured a reduced plea of five years in state prison.