AREAS OF PRACTICE

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Criminal cases require an aggressive lawyer who knows the court. With years of experience in New Jersey, attorney Michael Smolensky will fight to protect your rights. Call now—(856) 812-0321

DWI/DUI/TRAFFIC

Having an attorney when you are facing consequences of magnitude can make the difference. Attorney Michael Smolensky has years of experience representing clients accused of DWI and other traffic violations. Do not take your freedom for granted. Call now—(856) 812-0321

JUVENILE

When your child is facing accusations that could change his or her life forever, you need an aggressive attorney. With years of experience in New Jersey’s Juvenile Justice System, attorney Michael Smolensky will fight for the best interests of your child. Call now—(856) 812-0321

PETTY OFFENSES

Some mistakes carry big consequences. Fight to keep your mistakes in the past where they belong, and out of your future. Call now—(856) 812-0321

MICHAEL SMOLENSKY, ESQUIRE ATTORNEY

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

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.

BAR ADMISSIONS

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

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

EDUCATION

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

HOW WE REPRESENT YOU

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

FROM OUR BLOG

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    Possession Of Weapons For Unlawful Purposes

    Police in Burlington City, New Jersey, arrested a Florence man who, they allege, pistol-whipped another man. Indeed, news reports indicate

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  • Harassment, N.J.S.A. 2c:33-4, New Jersey, NJ, Criminal Defense, Lawyer, Attorney, Mount Laurel, dog, cat, Gloucester County, Cumberland County, Salem County, Camden County, Burlington County, Atlantic County, Ocean County, Monmouth County, Mercer County, Union County, Essex County, Hudson County

    Harassment, N.J.S.A. 2c:33-4

    Earlier this year, Mount Laurel police charged the woman with stalking and harassment. They claim to have caught the suspect

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  • lewdness

    Lewdness contrary to N.J.S.A. 2c:14-4

    Last September, Beach Haven cops charged a man in a plastic wrap bikini, per the news. The alleged eyesore caused

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  • Special Probation

    Special Probation, N.J.S.A. 2c:35-14.1

    Special Probation Mandatory Drug Court   In 2012, the New Jersey Drug Court grew through a $2.5 million pilot program

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  • controlled dangerous substance

    Controlled Dangerous Substance Definitions

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  • Lesser Included Offenses

    Lesser Included Offenses under New Jersey Law

    In an unpublished opinion, the Superior Court, Appellate Division of New Jersey reversed a jury’s guilty verdict for a defendant

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  • volunteer

    Who is a “Public Servant?” N.J.S.A. 2c:30-2

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    Marijuana Possession, N.J.S.A. 2C:35-10

    Narrative Fair Lawn Police charged a man with marijuana possession, and other crimes, per patch dot com. First, the cops

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  • Bad checks, money orders, electronic funds transfers, N.J.S.A. 2c:21-5, Passing Bad Checks

    Passing Bad Checks, N.J.S.A. 2c:21-5

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  • driving while intoxicated,driving under the influence,dwi,dui,drunk driving,N.J.S.A. 39:4-50

    Driving Under the Influence (DUI), N.J.S.A. 39:4-50

    Narrative Princeton cops charged a man with drunk driving (DWI/DUI) when he crashed with a motorist, per nj dot com. Both

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