Sayreville Criminal Defense Attorneys

For decades, The Law Office of Michael A. Policastro has provided clients with strong legal representation when they are facing criminal charges. Our attorneys understand that your future is at stake whether you are charged with a crime, regardless of whether it is a simple marijuana possession charge or something as serious as a murder charge. It is essential to retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney who can fight to protect your future. If you have been charged with a crime in Sayreville New Jersey, contact The Law Office of Michael A. Policastro to schedule a consultation.

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When clients in Sayreville, New Jersey and throughout the state have been charged with a crime, they can rely on the trusted services of The Law Office of Michael A. Policastro. Our office is conveniently located in Milltown and is proud to have served clients for so many years. Our attorneys have successfully defended clients charged with crimes including:

Contact an experienced Sayreville criminal defense attorney

When faced with criminal charges, your future is in jeopardy. The best thing you can do for yourself is to retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney who can fight to protect you from years of imprisonment and a lasting criminal record. If you require strong legal representation who is ready to go to trial to protect your future, contact The Law Office of Michael A. Policastro today to schedule a consultation.

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