Charged with a crime or disorderly persons offense?

Whether you are charged with a speeding ticket or murder, Nina C. Remson provides experienced and aggressive advocacy in State Superior Court in Bergen County, Passaic County and neighboring counties and in Municipal Courts throughout the State. Nina C. Remson can provide a strong defense for most any criminal or traffic charges you may be faced with, including Driving While Suspended, DWI/DUI, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Driving without Insurance, Marijuana and other Drugs, Domestic Violence, Assault, Harassment, Shoplifting, Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Guns and Weapons Offenses, Sex Offenses, Murder/Homicide.

Being arrested or charged with a Felony or Indictable Crime or with a Misdemeanor or Disorderly Persons Offense can be a stressful and overwhelming situation. Whether it's your first offense or you have an extensive criminal record, the outcome can be life-changing.

A criminal conviction and even some traffic tickets may lead to incarceration, loss of driving privileges, loss of your job or difficulty obtaining employment and in some cases, deportation or other immigration consequences.

It is not the police or prosecutor's job to help you. That is why you should have an experienced lawyer on your side. Nina C. Remson will fight to protect your rights and give you a thoughtful well-reasoned analysis of your case and guide you through the process and procedures.

Nina C. Remson can make bail applications and make efforts to resolve your case Pre-Indictment or get you a Speedy Trial. Nina C. Remson's approach is to prepare the case for litigation while making efforts to negotiate a solution.

If you want a plea deal, Nina C. Remson will conduct a thorough investigation into the State's proofs and use the deficiencies in the State's case combined with mitigation and good character offered by the client to get the best plea deal possible and work diligently to keep you out of jail or prison. She will review your options for diversionary treatment, like Pre-Trial Intervention and Drug Court.

You have the Constitutional Right to a Trial. If you want a trial, Nina C. Remson will be fully prepared to take your case to a jury or a bench trial. She understands that this case means everything to you and that the stakes are high. She will take the time to provide you and your family information to help you understand the criminal justice system and will review the State's proofs and all possible defenses with you and discuss the pro's and con's of going to trial in your particular case so that you can make the final decision that is best for you.

Whether you decide to take a plea or take it to trial, Nina C. Remson will be there with you every step of the way.


You may have grounds for appeal of your conviction, but there are time limitations so you must act quickly. Ordinarily, you must file an appeal of a conviction in the municipal court with twenty (20) days. That appeal will be heard in the State Superior Court in the County in which the municipality is located. A Law Division Judge will hear your appeal of your municipal court conviction. An appeal of a conviction from a jury trial or bench trial in the Superior Court Criminal Part must ordinarily be filed within forty-five (45) days of the sentencing date. That appeal will be heard by the Appellate Division. Appeals are heard on a de novo basis, which means that the court will consider briefs by each party and usually oral argument, but will not hear additional testimony of witnesses.


Even if you have already entered a guilty plea, it may not be too late for a trial. In certain circumstances, you may be able to ask the judge to take back or vacate your guilty plea or conviction. If at the time you entered the guilty plea, you did not have a lawyer, did not understand the nature and consequences of your guilty plea or did not enter an adequate factual basis for telling the judge how you were guilty, you may be able to re-open your case, depending on the circumstances and how much time has passed.


Nina C. Remson provides expungement services for all eligible offenses occurring in New Jersey regardless of where you now live. Expungement laws can be confusing and the procedures can be daunting. Nina C. Remson is here to help. Call today and we will determine whether your charges can be expunged and if the requisite waiting time period has been met. We will focus on clearing your record so you can focus on leaving the past behind and moving forward with pursuing your education, employment, licensed gun ownership and other goals that you may be held back from with a criminal record. Click here for more information on expungements.


Nina C. Remson
Attorney at Law, LLC
25 Main Street, Suite 104
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Toll free: 866-622-1075
Phone: 201-489-0308
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