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New Jersey Attorney - Constitutional Rights in Criminal Cases
 

For all cases in the New Jersey Criminal Courts, you have the following rights:

  1. You have a right to a speedy and public trial.
     
  2. You have a right not to be convicted unless the State can prove each and every element of the offense with which you are charged.
     
  3. You have the right to confront witnesses against you in person, as well as the right to cross-examine those witnesses.
     
  4. You may present evidence in your own behalf and you may testify on your own behalf, but only if you choose to do so.
     
  5. You cannot be made to furnish evidence against yourself in the courtroom, and your failure to take the witness stand cannot be used as evidence of your guilt.
     
  6. You have additional rights to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures of your person, your home, your possessions and papers, and of your automobile.
     
  7. If evidence against you has been obtained in violation of these rights, upon proper motion, that evidence will not be admitted.
     
  8. And, most importantly, you have a right to a lawyer to represent you.
     
When fighting for your personal freedom call on New Jersey attorney, John F. Renner,
an experienced and aggressive federal and state criminal attorney.