LAW  OFFICES  OF  JEFFREY  S  MANDEL LLC

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CRIMINAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL COURT PRACTICE

The Law Offices of Jeffrey S Mandel LLC handles all types of criminal cases and all types of cases in the municipal court throughout New Jersey.

At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S Mandel LLC, clients can take advantage of retaining a lawyer elected to the Board of Trustees of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey. Clients also benefit from having a lawyer who handles criminal cases from start to finish, including on appeal. You can have the lawyer who actually handled the following high-profile cases in New Jersey that ended up in the Supreme Court of New Jersey:

State v. Gaitan, 209 N.J. 339 (2012). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey whether cases requiring defense counsel to provide adequate advice on immigration consequences of a guilty plea should be applied retroactively.

State v. Goulbourne, 209 N.J. 339 (2012). Consolidated with Gaitan and incorporated the argument of defense counsel’s duty to provide adequate advice on immigration consequences.

State v. Tedesco, 214 N.J. 177 (2013). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the right of a defendant convicted of murder to waive his appearance at sentencing.

State v. Jimenez, 188 N.J. 390 (2006). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the constitutionality of procedures used for determining death penalty eligibility when one asserts mental disability.

State v. Jaffe, 220 N.J. 114 (2014). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey whether a sentencing court may consider mitigating evidence arising between the plea and sentencing.

State v. Nuñez-Valdéz, 200 N.J. 129 (2009). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey that a non-citizen must be properly notified of the deportation consequences of the plea. The Court adopted my proposal for modifying the State’s Plea Form, and modified the Arraignment/Status Conference Order.

State v. Parks, 192 N.J. 483 (2007). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the unconstitutionality of certain procedures for imposing a life sentence under the Three Strikes Law.


State v. Mahoney, 188 N.J. 359 (2006). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey that an attorney’s conviction should be overturned for theft, misappropriating funds, and forgery. Case implicated jury charges and the use of the Rules of Professional Conduct against a lawyer.

State v. Western World, Inc., 440 N.J. Super. 175 (App. Div. 2015). Argued before the Appellate Division the right of a corporation to representation by the Office of the Public Defender when the corporation itself is charged with a crime.

State v. Spell, 196 N.J. 537 (2008). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the circumstances under the Implied Consent law in which law enforcement who arrest a motorist for Driving While Intoxicated must read the entire Motor Vehicle Commission Standard Statement for Operation of a Motor Vehicle.

State v. Cottle, 194 N.J. 449 (2008). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the circumstances in which an attorney is required to disclose, and seek a waiver of, a potential conflict of interest while representing a defendant in a criminal matter when the attorney is under indictment.

State v. Bishop, 429 N.J. Super. 533 (App. Div. 2013). Addressed whether the State waives its right to demand an extended term or parole ineligibility on resentencing upon a permanent revocation of special probation.


State v. Marquez, 202 N.J. 485 (2010). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey that, if the State allows motorists to take the drivers’ examination in Spanish, the DWI refusal statute must be conveyed in Spanish.

State in the Interest of S.S., 183 N.J. 20 (2005). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey that a judge lacks the authority to hold a juvenile in criminal contempt for violating an order issued pursuant to a family-in-crisis petition.

State v. Torres, 429 N.J. Super. 533 (App. Div. 2013). Consolidated with Bishop. Addressed whether the State waives its right to demand an extended term or parole ineligibility on resentencing upon a permanent revocation of special probation.

State v. Schmidt, 206 N.J. 71 (2011). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey that the entire Motor Vehicle Commission Standard Statement for Operation of a Motor Vehicle must be read prior to charging refusal if the motorist consents to providing a breath sample but provides an insufficient sample.

State in the Interest of A.B., 219 N.J. 542 (2014). Argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the Defendant’s right to obtain court-ordered access to a private residence where a crime allegedly occurred.

State v. Randolph, 210 N.J. 330 (2012). Addressed before the Supreme Court of New Jersey whether a trial court on re-sentencing, after a successful appeal, may consider post-conviction rehabilitative conduct to reduce the sentence.

State v. Earls, 214 N.J. 564 (2013). Addressed before the Supreme Court of New Jersey whether law enforcement required a search warrant to access information from defendant’s cellular telephone service provider.

State v. Grate, 220 N.J. 317 (2014). Addressed before the Supreme Court of New Jersey the mens rea required prior to being convicted of possessing a firearm on an educational institution.

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