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Fighting for client's rights with a Motion to Suppress!
Fighting for client's rights with a Motion to Suppress!

I have been representing a client charged in Morris County Superior Court with Engandering the Welfare of a Child (possessing child pornography) under NJSA 2C: 24-4 , a second degree charge. He is also charged with Possession of CDS under 2C:35-10 , a third-degree charge. He ...

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  • Fighting for client's rights with a Motion to Suppress!

    I have been representing a client charged in Morris County Superior Court with Engandering the Welfare of a Child (possessing child pornography) under NJSA 2C: 24-4 , a second degree charge. He is ...

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  • Christopher G. Porreca Wins 2020 Avvo Clients’ Choice Award

    Attorney Christopher Porreca received a 2020 Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Criminal Defense . Since 2014, this is the sixth time our Parsippany criminal defense lawyer has earned this honor because ...

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    Clients love Attorney Christopher G. Porreca , but don’t take our word for it. This year, Christopher G. Porecca was presented with an Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Criminal Defense – and this is not ...

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  • Mr. Porreca's Recent Victories

    Mr. Porreca recently represented a defendant charged with several counts of Aggravated Assault and Child Endangerment in Passaic County Superior Court. Mr. Porreca was able to convince the ...

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    Attorney Christopher G. Porreca of The Law Offices of Christopher G. Porreca, P.C. in Parsippany, New Jersey recently found success in a client’s driving while intoxicated ( DWI ) case. The client was ...

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    In New Jersey, you can be charged with a DWI if you’re pulled over with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of .08% or higher. If the defendant is a repeat offender, they may face increased ...

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