Jardim, Meisner & Susser, P.C. offers substantial experience with the legal issues involved in all types of criminal prosecutions. Partner-in-Charge Michael V. Gilberti, Esq. served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for over a decade as the Chief of the Narcotics Unit and Senior Trial Counsel for the District of New Jersey, and even taught trial skills to new prosecutors at the United States Department of Justice.
Our practice includes representation of clients charged with federal and state crimes, including narcotics/drugs, assaults, larcenies, thefts, firearms, arson, customs, and immigration-related crimes, Megan’s Law, and fraud, from pre-arraignment through trial and appeal.
We deal with numerous prosecutorial and law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (“ATF”), Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”), U.S. Postal Inspection Service (“USPS”), and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”).
If you have an issue with the criminal justice system, we encourage you to contact us sooner than later to ensure that your rights are protected.
White Collar Defense
Our firm is privileged to represent clients (entities, officers, directors, executives, professionals, public officials, and others) involved in federal and state investigations and prosecutions of white-collar crimes—from pre-indictment through trial and appeal. Our experience includes different types of white-collar crimes, such as RICO (criminal and civil), money laundering, environmental crimes, and a variety of fraud-based claims like bank fraud, mail fraud, computer fraud, and tax fraud.
We have dealt with many differed federal and state prosecutorial and law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, USPS, Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, and County Prosecutors’ offices.
Among our representations, we counsel clients in asserting available and viable defenses, addressing search warrants, responding to information and grand jury subpoenas, plea agreements. However, the prime root of our representation is to be available to provide a vigorous defense at trial, should that be necessary.
We strive to provide the best possible outcome for our clients and will diligently ensure that their due process rights are preserved.