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State of New Jersey v. Parsley, et al.
Charge: Cocaine Conspiracy.
Result: Indictment Dismissed.

State of New Jersey v. Cordero, et al.
Charge: CDS Possession.
Result: Franks violation.

State of New Jersey v. Anderson
Charge: Fraudulent Credit Card Use.
Result: Indictment Dismissed.


Supreme Court of New Jersey (and all lower courts), 2008

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, 2008


J.D., Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, NJ, 2008

M.S., Education, Simmons Graduate School, Boston, MA, 1999

B.A., History and Spanish, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1994

Why Choose Smolensky Law?

Be confident when your day in court comes with Michael Smolensky on your side. An aggressive, experienced, and capable attorney who has argued in the court may be the difference. Call now—(856) 812-0321


Aggressively fighting for YOU
Experience with the local courts
Knowledge of the law
Communication with the client


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