Sitzler & Sitzler

Located in Hainesport, the attorneys of Sitzler and Sitzler represent clients throughout New Jersey in a wide array of criminal defense and civil litigation matters. If you’ve been charged with a crime, you are most likely scared, nervous or upset. You may wonder how a conviction will impact your job and your relationships. At Sitzler and Sitzler, we understand your feelings because we have helped countless people in similar situations who share in those feelings of uncertainty. When you become a client of the law firm, you can rest easy knowing we will take care of you.

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New Jersey Criminal
Defense Lawyers

Our firm’s experienced criminal defense team provides knowledgeable counsel and aggressive representation to clients charged with any misdemeanor (disorderly persons), felony (indictable charges), or federal charges.

Our diverse team of criminal defense attorneys work with you throughout your entire case to achieve the following goals:

  • Standing up for you in the legal process
  • Obtaining the best results possible for you
  • Minimizing the impact of your criminal charge on your life
John S. Sitzler
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Advocates Since 1951

Our firm’s attorneys are not afraid to take a case before a judge or jury. In our criminal defense representation, we are always prepared to try a case. If we go to trial, we are ready. If the prosecution or opposing counsel would rather negotiate, we are in a strong position for the best possible resolution. Either way, you can rest when we are on your side.

Our knowledgeable attorneys use strategy, skill, and experience to resolve cases effectively on behalf of our clients. We will begin an immediate investigation to collect all necessary evidence for your case. Using research tools, technology and experts, we have the sophisticated resources to assert your rights in or out of court in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

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Attorney General Announces Guidelines for Marijuana Prosecutions
November 30 | Uncategorized

Attorney General Grewal Issues Additional Guidance to Prosecutors on Handling Low-Level Marijuana Possession-Related Cases

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The Critical Role of Criminal Defense Attorneys in Sentencing
November 04 | Uncategorized

The New Jersey Supreme Court eloquently reminds us all of that which many observers sadly view as a lost component of our criminal justice system; the exercise of independent judicial discretion in the sentencing of a defendant. The third branch of government has, in essence, surrendered; perhaps, it’s most important role to the legislative and…

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Defending Against Burglary and Theft Charges
December 28 | Criminal Defense

How much prison time could I receive if I am convicted of burglary? Burglary and theft are both property crimes that carry potentially serious penalties in the state of New Jersey.  While the crimes of theft, robbery, and burglary are often lumped together, these crimes have quite different definitions and penalties vary widely depending on…

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Please call the office at (609) 267-1101 to schedule a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your matter. Same day consultations are available. We are available for detention hearings in every county in New Jersey. Detention hearings are normally scheduled with in forty-eight (48) hours of an arrest that resulted in immediate incarceration.