Attorney Freehold New Jersey | Monmouth County | Jason A. Volet
Felonies & Misdemeanors, including Drug Crimes, Assault, Sex Crimes, Juvenile Crimes
Prosecutors Want to Convict. I Work Hard to Prevent This from Happening.
A criminal conviction can change your life. It can make finding employment difficult. It can result in fines or even jail time.
If you’ve been charged with a crime, call me now so that I can get working on your case today. I’ll be there whenever you need me – day or night. If you need me at 3:00 am on a Saturday night, I’ll be there.
I’ll take on the worry and burden of developing a strategy to get you the best result possible given your situation, and you can get on with your life.
About New Jersey Attorney Jason Volet
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney
More that 2,000 cases as an Assistant Prosecutor and Defense Lawyer
As a New Jersey criminal defense attorney, I have successfully represented clients charged with drug crimes (including possession – such as marijuana possession – and possession with intent to distribute), sex crimes, burglary and theft, DWI, gun and firearm possession, juvenile crimes, domestic violence, and child endangerment.
Monmouth & Freehold Drug Crime & Drug Possession Defense Attorney
If you’ve been charged with a drug crime or drug possession in Monmouth, Freehold, or elsewhere in New Jersey, you will likely have many questions about your charge and the criminal process. New Jersey law provides different consequences for a conviction of a drug crime based upon the type and amount of the drug possessed. In general, charges of distribution or intent to distribute carry greater consequences, as do subsequent convictions
Serious crimes require serious representation. Find out how I will do everything possible within the confines of the law to prevent conviction.
New Jersey Expungement Lawyer
As an expungement lawyer, I represent clients in seeking to have previous convictions removed from their record.
Qualification for expungement in New Jersey depends upon a number of factors including the age of the person at the time of conviction, the type of crime committed, and the period of time that has elapsed since incarceration. With drug crimes, New Jersey expungement depends upon the amount and type of drug possessed. Not all crimes are eligible for expungement.
If you call me I can explain whether you are eligible to have your conviction expunged.