New Jersey's law firm of William M. Fetky in New Brunswick is dedicated to protecting the rights of those accused of traffic, misdemeanor, and felony criminal charges in Central Jersey. The firm helps those in need of criminal defense in:
Unique insight into the criminal justice system:
Attorney William Fetky's career in law truly began before passing the New Jersey Bar. He served as a Westchester County police officer for 13 years. This experience affords him a well-rounded background in police conduct and the criminal process in general. Mr. Fetky earned his law degree in 1988. He began his legal career as an assistant prosecutor in Middlesex County before starting his own law firm in New Brunswick. His experience as a police officer and assistant prosecutor provide him with the legal insight to know how the prosecution builds its case and therefore, how to tear it down.
Personal attention when it matters most:
When your freedom hangs in the balance, you need legal counsel who returns your calls and emails promptly. At the law firm of William M. Fetky, the lawyers are committed to providing every client with personal attention. You deal directly with your attorneys and you hear all of your legal options firsthand to make an informed decision with the help of skilled criminal lawyers.
Office 22 Kirkpatrick St.
Defending New Jersey citizens for all state and federal crimes
Facing criminal charges or even being suspected of a criminal offense can be daunting. Your life and your future are at stake. In times like these, it is best to rely on experienced criminal defense lawyers to safeguard your freedom and ensure you get the best possible outcome for your particular situation.
New Brunswick law firm William M. Fetky has helped many Middlesex County and New Jersey citizens through felony and misdemeanor charges of all kinds:
-Assault and battery
-Driver's license suspension
-Driving under the influence (DUI)
-Driving while intoxicated (DWI)
-Municipal court matters
-Parole and probation violations
-Violation of restraining orders
The attorneys at the firm hear your side of the case, weigh the evidence, and explain your best options. Then you can make an informed decision on how to best resolve your case, whether that involves working out a deal with the prosecution or going to trial. In any event, the lawyers of William M. Fetky are there for you.