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Areas of Practice

Accidents

Personal Injury

Real Estate

New Jersey State & Federal Criminal Defense

The criminal defense department of The Rambarran Law Firm offers aggressive legal defense for any New Jersey state or federal charges. The firm’s practice includes the following areas:

  • Gun and Weapon Charges: Strict gun and firearm possession laws can result in jail time. There is increased pressure on the District Attorneys of all counties to tighten their plea policy which will lead to longer prison sentences. This strict policy will cause added problems to those who are arrested for carrying guns.
  • Drug Crimes: Accusations of drug possession cases to large-scale federal drug conspiracy charges.
  • Federal Criminal Defense: Handling simple and complex drug crimes, money laundering charges, white collar offenses, bank and wire fraud cases, appeals, and more.
  • DWIs: The firm’s criminal defense of DWI charges, refusal hearings, seized automobiles, and more.
  • White-Collar Crimes: Both state and federal white collar crimes, including bank and wire fraud, money laundering, conspiracy, and more.
  • Homicide:
  • Burglary, Robbery, Auto Theft
  • Sex Offenses
  • Misdemeanors, including prostitution, domestic violence, assault, shoplifting, unauthorized use of a vehicle, auto stripping, making graffiti, criminal trespass, and violations of orders or protections.

The firm is committed to work relentlessly and diligently whether it’s negotiating a plea agreement or taking your case to trial.  The firm’s foundation is built upon preparation and all efforts for the clients are without compromise.

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI/DUI):

Certificate of Training for The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [NHTSA] – DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Tests

Don’t let a DWI arrests ruin your life!  A conviction can lead to the loss of your license, job and in some cases, your freedom!  Statistically, many Americans violate the DWI laws every day.  However, to secure a conviction in Court, law enforcement must comply with the rules and procedures in a precise manner from the stop of your vehicle to the administration of the standardized field sobriety tests [SFSTs] including the walk-and-turn test, one-leg-stand test,  HGN [smooth eye pursuit] test and the administration of the breathalyzer tests in strict compliance with the 20 minute rule.  It is critical to have legal representation immediately to fully protect your rights.  Call 24 hours/7 days per week.

Real Estate Department:

Save Your Home: Predatory Lending Law Suits

Foreclosure is an epidemic throughout our country.  If you are in default or foreclosure for either your home that you live in or an investment property, The Rambarran Law Firm will file the a law suit in New Jersey State or Federal courts to stop the foreclosure and to protect your rights to live in your home either modifying the terms of predatory loans or eliminating them in the entirety. The firm has the knowledge, the capability, and the years of experience when in dealing skillfully with real estate financing/banking transaction and real estate litigation.

Additional Real Estate Transactional Services in New Jersey Include:

  • Purchase agreements
  • Selling instruments
  • Financing arrangements
  • Co-owner agreements
  • Joint venture purchases or sales, and
  • Bank closings

Whether you are buying or selling, you are provided with effective and knowledgeable legal representation from contract review, advise of pitfalls or issues that need resolution.

If you need legal assistance to stop foreclosure because of a predatory loan or with real estate transactions or real estate litigation in New Jersey, contact The Rambarran Law Firm for a free initial consultation.


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