Pre-Trial Discovery of Evidence For Use in Municipal Court
Did you know that you have a constitutional right to receive and review the evidence the prosecutor intends to use against you before the Judge sees or hears it? Knowing how to get this evidence and evaluating its strength or weakness in your case is another reason you should consider using an experienced New Jersey Municipal Court attorney like Hanlon Niemann & Wright. Depending upon the charge against you, demand can be made for tangible objects, papers, documents, records or statements, confession’s, admissions, reports of physical or mental examinations, breathalyzer tests, recordings, prior convictions, names and addresses of persons known to have relevant evidence of the case, signed and unsigned statements made by co-defendants, police reports and the names and addresses of each person the prosecuting attorney expects to call to trial as a witness.
Knowing what evidence is important and how to get that evidence in your Municipal Court matter is one of the services that Hanlon Niemann & Wright and its attorneys understand in representing our clients. To speak to a knowledgeable and experienced New Jersey Municipal Court attorney, contact Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. toll-free at (855) 376-5291 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.