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Keith Hirschorn, PC

Criminal, Traffic, DUI-DWI, Felony, Municipal

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  • Firm Year: 2004
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
  • Language: English, Spanish

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Criminal, Traffic, Immigration, Municipal

At Keith Hirschorn, P.C., we provide clients the same level of service and results as larger law firms, but with a more personal touch. We strive to h... (more)

New Jersey Criminal Defense Lawyer

Jersey City & Hoboken attorneys with experience in all areas of criminal and municipal law

Facing a felony or misdemeanor charge can be intimidating, and it can often feel like it is you against the world. You may have concerns about jail time, heavy fines or the lifelong consequences of a conviction on your permanent record. Whether you have been charged with a criminal or municipal crime, an experienced lawyer can positively impact the outcome of your case.

A small firm delivering big-firm results

At Keith Hirschorn, P.C., we provide clients the same level of service and results as larger law firms, but with a more personal touch. We strive to help our clients get the best results possible, focusing on minimizing the impact of these serious criminal charges.

Our areas of practice include a variety of municipal and criminal court offenses:

Homicide
Violent crimes
Traffic violations
Theft
Drunk driving /DUI
Juvenile crimes
Drug crimes
Marijuana possession

Skilled Jersey City & Hoboken criminal attorneys providing a strong defense

At Keith Hirschorn, P.C., Hoboken and Jersey City bilingual criminal lawyers, we pride ourselves on providing efficient, thorough and prompt service to all of our clients. Dedicated to criminal and municipal law, Keith Hirschorn is a skilled negotiator and litigator who is fully prepared to do whatever is necessary to advocate on your behalf. From traffic ticket defense to trying homicide cases, Keith has the legal skill and know-how to obtain favorable results for his clients, protecting them against severe consequences such as jail time, fines and increased insurance costs.

Keith Hirschorn, P.C. handles all criminal law matters for Jersey City clients, including:

Jersey City Criminal Defense
Jersey City Drug Crimes
Jersey City DUIs
Jersey City Juvenile Crimes
Jersey City Sex Crimes
Jersey City Traffic Violations
Contact Hudson County criminal attorneys who will fight for you

To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your criminal or municipal law issue, call Keith Hirschorn at 201-793-7580. You can contact us using our secure online submission form. From our office in Hoboken, we represent clients in Jersey City and throughout Hudson County and Bergen County. For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointment times and accept all major credit cards. Hablamos español.

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    What are the penalties for a second offense DUI in New Jersey?
    What are the consequences of endangering the welfare of a child?
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    What is a felony murder charge?
    What are the penalties for shoplifting in New Jersey?
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    What happens if I am a juvenile and charged with a crime?
    What is the waiting time prior to being eligible for an expungement?
    What are the penalties for promoting prostitution or solicitation?
    What is Important to Know About Domestic Violence in New Jersey?
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Keith Hirschorn, PC
50 Harrison Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
40.7374341,-74.0431662

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50 Harrison Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030


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  • From our office in Hoboken, we represent clients in Jersey City and throughout Hudson County and Bergen County. For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointment times.

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