Mr. Weininger was one of only a few criminal defense attorneys named to the New Jersey Senate Committee when the State decided to modify and review Megan's Law. Should be in font more prominent, bolded and/or larger
As a former Deputy Attorney General for the Division of Criminal Justice for the State of New Jersey and First Assistant Prosecutor for Morris County, and currently, a Public Defender for the Township of Denville, New Jersey, Mr. Weininger is a fully qualified criminal trial attorney, capable of representing you on any and all criminal matters, no matter how minor or serious. Some examples of matters Mr. Weininger handles includes:
Mr. Weininger is uniquely capable of providing legal guidance and advise to our personal injury clients. Having been involved in personal injury work for over 30 years, Mr. Weininger will walk you and your loved ones through the legal process, answer all of your questions and concerns, and provide you with excellent service and advice. Mr. Weininger represents those suing for injuries sustained as a result of an accident or those individuals who find themselves subject to suit. Some examples of matters Mr. Weininger handles include:
Mr. Weininger has been practicing the area of Family Law for over 30 years, and understands the emotional toll family litigation can take on the client and his or her family, taking into account the unique circumstances of the client.
Mr. Weininger's zealous representation of a Plaintiff in a divorce matter became a published and often cited decision by the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division in Addesa v. Addesa, 392 N.J. Super. 58 (App. Div. 2007), where the Appellate Division sided with Mr. Weininger by vacating portions of a couple's prior Property Settlement Agreement, and establishing a formula and basis for the evaluation of a family and/or closely held corporation for purposes of equitable distribution and alimony. The case is heavily relied upon and cited by Courts throughout the State of New Jersey.
Mr. Weininger has tried many, substantial divorce trial in Morris, Sussex and other counties, to successful completion on behalf of our client. Some examples of matters Mr. Weininger handles regularly include:
Notably, Mr. Weininger's work in this area let him to argue before the New Jersey Supreme Court a consumer law matter in Real v. Radir Wheels, Inc., 198 N.J. 511 (2009), which created law concerning consumer fraud.
Some examples of matters Mr. Weininger handles include:
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