Since 1989, the Law Offices of Ronald DeSimone, P.C. has been representing clients in New Jersey as criminal lawyers handling traffic violations, juvenile crime, quasi-criminal matters, first- to fourth-degree crimes, disorderly person, and Municipal court matters. If you or a loved one has been arrested for a crime, contact our offices by completing the form here. Once we receive your contact information, and we have been made aware of the basic details of the matter, we can schedule an appointment with you to discuss the case. Our firm provides representation in all levels of the court system, whether in New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania. Criminal lawyers who will handle your case aggressively, we provide effective defense or simply offer legal advice so you make the best decision in the midst of what is often a harrowing experience.
The personal service provided here is available to each client. On a case-by-case basis, we take the time to listen to you and then offer representation that reflects your needs and objectives, whether you a resident of New Jersey or live in New York or Pennsylvania. Criminal lawyers are not all the same. Contact us to initiate representation that will truly be in your best interest.
We Know the Law
Our firm’s high litigation percentage (80%), with many years of experience in the court systems of NJ, PA and NY, provides you with aggressive, extensively informed representation. So if you are seeking New York, Pennsylvania or New Jersey criminal lawyers who have the skills to advocate for you, contact our offices located in Cherry Hill, NJ.
We are devoted to preserving our clients’ rights and protecting their best interests as well as furthering the highest degree of legal service. Finally, we operate this service in a friendly, courteous and, perhaps most importantly, communicative manner. We understand that you are best served when you are kept informed of the status of your case and are not left in the dark, as can happen so often in criminal cases that can leave the defendant vulnerable and fully reliant on the beneficence of his or her attorney.