New Jersey Criminal Defense & Civil Rights Lawyer – All Federal, State and Municipal Court MattersNew Jersey Criminal Defense:
Joel Silberman is dedicated to fighting for individuals that are facing Federal, State and Municipal charges.
At the Law Offices of Joel Silberman no case is too big or too small. Whether you have been issued a summons for Municipal Court or been charged with a First Degree offense, you will receive the same aggressive and hard-hitting representation.
The Law Offices of Joel Silberman are proud to protect the innocent from criminally prosecution and equally as proud to expose abuses by those who have taken an oath to protect us. When law enforcement officers abuse their power and act in a way that violates our constitutionally protected rights and freedoms we are all in jeopardy.
Joel Silberman focuses his Civil Rights practice on police misconduct including excessive force, false arrest and malicious prosecution. Mr. Silberman has experience bringing these types of suits in the Federal Court for the District of New Jersey pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1983 as well as in New Jersey’s various state courts pursuant to the New Jersey Civil Rights Act and Constitution.
Around the Clock Representation: Law enforcement never rests and neither do we. Immediately after retaining Joel Silberman you will receive a 24/7 dedicated line to contact him on.
- Wrongful Death
- Excessive Force
- False Arrest
- Malicious Prosecution
- Wrongful Convictions
- Failure to Intervene
- Monell Claims
For highly qualified and devoted legal representation, call 201-420-1913 today to schedule an appointment.
Law enforcement never rests and neither do we. Immediately after retaining Joel Silberman you will receive a 24/7 dedicated line to contact him on
For years Joel Silberman served as an Assistant Prosecutor with the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office. During this time Joel litigated hundreds
Joel Silberman knows that exhaustive investigation and analysis of evidence by independent experts is often the difference between a not guilty versus