Criminal Indictable Offenses

Defending Your Rights and Freedom

Criminal indictable offenses are often more serious crimes and handled by the New Jersey state Superior Court. In other states, criminal indictable offenses are often called felonies. Most criminal indictable offenses carry mandatory penalties such as jail time, restitution and heavy fines paid to the state, among other consequences.

If you or someone you know is charged with a criminal indictable offense, you need an attorney with extensive experience handling the complexities of such cases. Attorney Steven J. Feldman has been certified by the New Jersey Superior Court as a criminal trial attorney. Having focused exclusively on criminal cases since 1985, he has the hands-on experience and knowledge to defend your rights and freedom.

Strong and Experienced Defense Against Serious Criminal Charges

Unlike disorderly persons' offenses and motor vehicle violations, criminal indictable offenses can be subject to jury trials. Representing individuals before a jury requires a more detailed and strategic approach. Therefore, having a criminal defense lawyer with experience handling jury trials is essential to achieving the best possible outcome.

Mr. Feldman has handled well over 100 jury trials to conclusion in more than 40 years as an Atlantic City indictable offense attorney. He is well-known and respected by Superior Court judges, state prosecutors and throughout the legal community of South Jersey for his detailed approach, strong advocacy and willingness to take on even the toughest cases. He defends those accused of:

  • Murder/manslaughter
  • Sexual assault
  • Grand theft
  • Fraud
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Death by automobile (vehicular manslaughter)

Contact a Professional Pleasantville Criminal Defense Attorney

Whether you or someone you know was charged with murder or financial fraud, a strong criminal defense advocate will help you explore all options to protect your rights and minimize the consequences. Mr. Feldman can be reached by telephone at 609-272-8989, by cell phone at 866-425-7947 or by email. All initial consultations are free of charge.