Since 1982, the Law Offices of Brian J. Neary have represented people accused of crimes and serious motor vehicle offenses in Bergen County, Hudson County and throughout New Jersey.
Welcome to the website for the Law Offices of Brian J. Neary — a law firm established in 1982 and dedicated to representing those accused of crimes and serious motor vehicle offenses. If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, you want to get the best possible defense. You want a law firm that has experience, expertise and a reputation for excellence. Whether the case is a serious crime in Hudson County or Bergen County, a municipal court case in Hackensack or Jersey City, a driving while intoxicated case in Fort Lee or Paramus, or even a federal case in the District Court in Newark, you want quality representation.
The Law Offices of Brian J. Neary has been named among the Best Law Firms by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Regarded as one of the premier criminal defense lawyers in New Jersey, founding lawyer Brian J. Neary devotes his entire practice to the defense of those accused of crimes and serious motor vehicle offenses. Widely known in courthouses and in the press as "the lawyer with the bow-tie," Mr. Neary is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney, a recognized legal educator and media commentator, and a dedicated bar leader. He has tried countless criminal cases, ranging from murder, sexual offenses, fraud and other types of criminal cases in the state courts to white collar and other charges in the federal courts, including some of the most high-profile political corruption cases in New Jersey.
Our firm can answer your questions about any criminal matter. Contact us today to discuss your case in confidence.
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