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As a former criminal prosecutor with years of experience in the courtroom handling some of the most complex cases in the state, Krenar Camili, Esq. and Law Partner Joseph Capo, Esq. have the experience and skill to fully represent your interests, including taking your case to trial if necessary. That way, you never have to accept anything less than the best possible results in your matter.Schedule a Free Consultation
Have you been arrested and charged with a crime in New Jersey? Facing criminal prosecution can feel isolating like the entire system is against you. But you are not alone. A New Jersey criminal defense attorney from Camili & Capo PA can help you navigate the legal process and fight to defend your rights, freedom, reputation, and future. Let seasoned attorneys Krenar Camili and Joseph Capo use their years of expertise with the criminal justice system — having experience on both the prosecution and defense side — to craft a legal strategy that will pursue reduction or dismissal of your charges or an acquittal at trial.
If your freedom and future are on the line in a criminal case, you deserve aggressive legal representation that will fight as long as necessary to pursue the most favorable outcome to your charges. At Camili & Capo PA, we understand that a criminal conviction can adversely impact your life even long after you’ve completed your sentence. Our dedicated criminal attorneys will leave no stone unturned in working to secure dismissal of your criminal case or a trial verdict in your favor or to help you pursue legal options available in the New Jersey criminal justice system that can allow you to avoid the most devastating consequences of a conviction on your charges.
When you need legal representation to protect your rights and interests when facing criminal charges, reach out to Camil & Capo PA for a case evaluation with our New Jersey criminal defense attorneys, Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq., to see how our firm can help with your case.
Our New Jersey criminal defense attorneys have a proven track record of successfully defending the rights and interests of clients charged with criminal offenses such as:
Reach out to Camili & Capo PA today to discuss your New Jersey criminal charges with a dedicated defense attorney from our legal team and learn more about how our firm can help you defend your freedom, reputation, and future.
When you are facing criminal prosecution, you should not leave the outcome of your case to just any lawyer. You need an attorney with extensive expertise in New Jersey’s criminal justice system who can help you fully understand your charges and the consequences you are facing, and who can prepare and pursue effective defense strategies that can secure favorable outcomes in your case. Let a New Jersey criminal defense attorney from our firm advocate on your behalf in your criminal case.
Attorney Krenar Camili has unique expertise in the New Jersey criminal justice system – before representing clients as a criminal defense attorney, he served as an assistant prosecutor for more than seven years, prosecuting a wide variety of criminal cases such as those involving murder, burglary, drug offenses, and weapons violations. With his prosecutor’s background, Mr. Camili knows how the state prepares and prosecutes cases. He uses that important insight to develop effective case strategies on behalf of Camili & Capo PA’s criminal defense clients that are aimed at challenging every aspect of the prosecution’s case. Mr. Camili is also a professor at Felician University, lecturing on criminal justice and legal theory.
Likewise, Attorney Joseph Capo has extensive experience as Lead counsel in complex litigation matters including criminal defense, civil rights claims, and commercial disputes. Mr. Capo appears regularly in Federal, State, and local courts in New Jersey, and will work tirelessly to get your charges reduced or dismissed and to fight for an acquittal at trial if necessary.
We can also help you to pursue other legal options you may have that can allow you to resolve your charges and avoid incarceration or a conviction record. Don’t leave your freedom and future to chance when facing the extensive resources of the criminal justice system. A New Jersey criminal defense attorney from Camili & Capo, P.A. will advocate for you.
If you have been arrested or charged with a crime or are merely under criminal investigation in New Jersey, don’t wait to begin defending your rights and interest. Contact Camili & Capo PA for a confidential consultation with a New Jersey criminal defense attorney from our firm to discuss your legal rights and options in your case. We can help you learn more about what our firm will do to fight for the best possible outcome to your charges.
When should I contact a criminal defense attorney?
You should speak to a New Jersey criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. After you have been arrested, you may be interrogated by investigators. And after you are charged with a crime, you will soon have to appear in court to offer a plea to your charges. A criminal defense attorney can help protect your legal rights following your arrest. An attorney can also go over your charges with you to help you understand what you are facing and what the potential outcomes of your case might be. A criminal defense attorney can also quickly begin independently investigating your case to recover evidence that can be used to build your defense. Even if you are merely under investigation for a crime, reach out to a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, who can work to clear your name or protect your interests if you are eventually charged.
How much does a criminal defense lawyer cost?
Criminal defense lawyers typically charge an hourly fee for their services and often request that clients pay a retainer upfront. The retainer is a sum of money that the lawyer can deduct from as they bill for their services. The retainer is the client’s property and any retainer money that is left over after a case is returned to the client. Although paying for a private criminal defense lawyer may seem like a substantial cost, when your freedom and reputation are on the line, having an experienced attorney defending your rights and interests can be invaluable.
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