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Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver

Morris County

NJ Criminal Defense Lawyers

973-309-7050

Our team of skilled attorneys includes former County and Municipal Prosecutors with over 100 years combined experience and is available to assist you immediately.

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Robbery Charges issued in Morris County NJ

Two men already pending trial in Somerset County have been formally charged with the armed robbery of a Long Hill Township convenience store. According to the reports released at this point in time, two males from Washington Township, both in their fifties, are alleged to have held up a convenience store at gun point on February 25, 2017 in Long Hill. The Defendants ...

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DWI Charges Issued in Parsippany NJ

A twenty-five year old female from Bound Brook has been charged with among other things driving while intoxicated in Parsippany late Sunday night. According to the information at this point in time, the Defendant was operating her vehicle on Marmora Road in Parsippany when she lost control trying to navigate a bend in the road. After losing control, the Defendant struck a street ...

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Dunkin’ Donuts Burglarized in Kinnelon NJ

A Dunkin’ Donuts in  Kinnelon, New Jersey was victim of a rather bizarre burglary late last night. The suspect broke into a nearby abandoned store front in the strip mall and actually cut through the sheet rock to gain entrance into the Dunkin’ Donuts. In doing so he had to squeeze in between the studs to actually gain entrance. Once inside the store the ...

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Defendant Charged with Distributing Marijuana Accepted into PTI in Morris County

Keith G. Oliver from the Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver just finished representing a client that was charged in Morris County with possessing more then a pound of marijuana with the intent to distribute. On top of that the Defendant was also charged with possession of mushrooms and possession of drug paraphernalia. The charges stem from an alleged motor vehicle violation ...

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