New Jersey Auto Theft Attorneys
Our society views the car as more than just another piece of property. It is a place where people can feel secure as they go about their day-to-day business. Because of this, carjacking is treated even more seriously than charges of robbery or auto theft. It is considered a violent crime and a conviction will lead to a lengthy prison sentence, with a stipulated period of parole ineligibility.
Bailey & Orozco is a law firm that knows how to defend against carjacking charges. We have more than 30 years of experience in the criminal justice system. We know how to put that experience to work to fight against this type of charge and to protect your rights.
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Our law firm has represented other clients accused of carjacking; and is available to defend people accused of carjacking in Newark and throughout New Jersey.
Our team knows how to defend against all types of carjacking cases, including those that involve allegations of you using guns, knives or other weapons as well as those that involve using threats of force to take a person's car.
Often, the crime of carjacking involves you being charged with other crimes as well. We know what additional charges can be filed against you, and how to defend you from these related charges, including kidnapping in cases that involve children being in the backseat of stolen cars, aggravated assault, and weapons charges. No matter how complex your case seems, we are ready to get you through it.
We Know How to Address Carjacking Cases
Carjacking, like other forms or robbery, can be a traumatic event. This can make the victim or other eyewitness evidence that the prosecution uses questionable. In some cases, a significant amount of time can pass between the carjacking and when the victim has the opportunity to identify the alleged perpetrator. We will test the strength of such identifications. We will carefully analyze all evidence in our quest to build a legal strategy that is designed to protect your rights.