Indictable offenses, the most serious charges in New Jersey’s Criminal Code, are handled in the Superior Courts. Each of the State’s 21 counties have Superior Courts to handle cases within their jurisdictions. These crimes include: drug offenses, healthcare fraud, robbery, murder, burglary, receiving stolen property, sexual assault, domestic violence, credit card fraud, official misconduct and arson.

As Certified Criminal Trial Attorneys, Robert G. Stahl and Andrew C. Olesnycky, represent clients throughout the State on serious criminal investigations and charges. We appear most frequently in the following Courts:

Union County Superior Court
Courthouse Annex
Elizabethtown Plaza
Elizabeth, N.J. 07207

Essex County Superior Court
Veterans Courthouse
50 W. Market Street
Newark, N.J. 07102

Hudson County Superior Court
Administration Building
595 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, N.J. 07306

Middlesex County Superior Court
56 Paterson Street
New Brunswick, N.J. 08903

Morris County Superior Court
Washington & Court Streets
Morristown, N.J. 07963

While these are our most frequented courts, we also defend clients throughout the State, as far south as Cape May County, for serious matters.  Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers handle a variety of cases and motions, including,  requests for pretrial release and suppression motions. We aggressively defend individuals charged with white-collar crimes, domestic violence, drug crimes, and other offenses. To contact the firm, call 908.301.9001 for the NJ office and 212.755.3300 for the NYC office, or email Mr. Stahl at, or Mr. Olesnycky at

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Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers

Westfield, New Jersey Office
53 Cardinal Drive, 3rd Floor
Westfield, NJ 07090
Telephone: 908-301-9001
Fax: 908-301-9008
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New York City, New York Office
52 Duane St
New York, NY 10007-1207
Telephone: 212-755-3300
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