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The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently certified Michael R. Shulman as a Criminal Trial Attorney. This is a very prestigious designation that takes years of sustained excellence to achieve. Some estimates indicate that there are nearly 100,000 lawyers in New Jersey, but only a few hundred lawyers in the entire state have been Certified by the Supreme Court as Criminal Trial Attorneys.
When you hire Michael Shulman, you can feel confident that you are being represented by a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney who has the skill, experience, and audacity to fight on your behalf and achieve the best possible outcome.
Many people end up involved in difficult legal situations. Whether you’re navigating a contentious divorce or have been charged with a crime, you’ll need help from a trusted law firm in Jersey City, NJ. Michael R. Shulman- Attorney at Law, LLC can handle your case.
Mr. Shulman takes on clients from across the state of New Jersey. His goal is to help his clients through difficult situations. You’ll get reliable legal services at an affordable price.
What Is a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney?
When a lawyer receives the designation of Certified Criminal Trial Attorney, it means that they have demonstrated certain levels of experience, education, knowledge, and skill when it comes to criminal trial practice in the State of New Jersey. Before the NJ Supreme Court chooses an attorney for this honor, the court must ensure that the attorney meets very specific requirements:
- The attorney has been a member of the NJ Bar Association, and maintained good standing, for more than five years.
- The attorney has attended Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs while practicing law in New Jersey.
- The attorney has proven experience as a criminal trial lawyer who prepares legal matters for litigation and handles cases in the courtroom.
- The attorney’s peers in the legal community, including other lawyers and judges, have expressed their support through favorable evaluations of the attorney’s character and ability.
- The attorney passed a rigorous written examination on important areas of criminal trial law.
The certification process for becoming a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney is the only official vetting process for NJ attorneys. You may come across lawyers who boast about their credentials and case results; however, unless that lawyer can say that they are Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Criminal Trial Attorney, they have not been recognized as an expert when it comes to criminal trial practice in New Jersey.
Why You Should Choose a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney
When a criminal defense lawyer is certified by the NJ Supreme Court and designated as a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney, it means a great deal for both the attorney and their clients. The designation is meant to provide prospective clients with valuable information about lawyers in New Jersey. The NJ Board on Attorney Certification has specified that the attorney certification program protects consumers and helps them to make informed decisions when seeking and selecting a lawyer.
Get legal services custom to your situation
Not all law cases are the same. Whether you have criminal charges, a matter in family court, or a case in municipal court, it’s important to find an attorney who has experience with your situation. You can turn to attorney Shulman when you need a:
- Criminal defense attorney
- Traffic law attorney
- Municipal court attorney
- Family law attorney
- Personal injury attorney
He also is very experienced in filing expungements. You can clean up your record so that your past mistakes don’t affect your future. Call 908-247-4491 now to learn more about our legal services.
Get to know an experienced attorney
Michael Shulman was born and raised in North Jersey and has practiced law in the area for more than a decade. His career began as a law clerk in Union County Superior Court where he gained invaluable skills legal research and writing skills.
Meet with the lead attorney at our law firm today. You’ll get a free, 30-minute consultation.