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Practice Areas

Every client that trusts Rosenberg | Perry & Associates with their case receives diligent, informed representation. We provide counsel and representation in the following areas:

Criminal Defense

Closeup of Dan's gavel with a set of law books.Serious criminal offenses committed in New Jersey are the equivalent of felonies in other states. If you’re accused of murder, rape, robbery or domestic violence, were caught using marijuana or other drugs illegally, or are a juvenile being tried as an adult, you need professional legal defense. With the help of Rosenberg | Perry & Associates as your criminal attorney, we can work to reduce your charges and prevent a guilty verdict.


Closeup of shot glass of liquor, handcuffs, and car keys lying on a table.Driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated in the Garden State could mean jail time and heavy fines, even for a first-time offender. The consequences worsen drastically for repeat offenders or those who refuse to submit to breath testing, and could include the installation of an ignition interlock device in your car. Our legal team understands how driving charges can be detrimental to your family’s finances, and we can work with the court to get your charges treated as a lesser offense.

Restraining Orders

Daniel M. Rosenberg discussing case details with two clients.Physically, sexually, emotionally or financially abusing family members — also known as domestic violence — is all-too-common in the state of New Jersey. Our experienced group of attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure you’re protected against your abuser. We’ve also seen the devastating effects — including loss of freedom and parental rights — of wrongly convicting an innocent person as a domestic abuser. No matter your situation, our mission is to protect you during this difficult time.

Municipal Court

Minor criminal offenses and convictions are handled in municipal court without the help of a jury. Even the smallest of offenses deserve the best representation to help prevent unfair conviction. Rosenberg | Perry & Associates can provide you with the most effective counsel when faced with wrongful charges.

Civil Litigation

Historic Burlington County CourthouseYou and your family suffered needless pain — because of a car accident, dog bite, workplace injury, nursing home abuse or another incident — and your pain demands justice. Our civil litigators at Rosenberg | Perry & Associates will diligently fight for what you deserve at the negotiating table and in court, including changed workplace policies, medical expenses and damages.

General Legal Counsel in the State of New Jersey

We are a multifaceted law firm, championing more than just criminal defense and individual representation. In addition to our key service areas, we provide legal counsel for individuals and small businesses alike, from mediation to wrongful termination, to union matters, to will and estate planning.

Do You Need Representation?

If you are looking for representation in New Jersey known for delivering game-winning results, schedule a consultation today with Rosenberg | Perry & Associates.


DUI as a Quasi-Criminal Action In New Jersey, a DUI or DWI is not considered a criminal offense. Rather, a DUI, alcohol or other drug-related offense punishable in court is called a quasi-criminal action. Nonetheless, DWI consequences can be severe — especially if your attorney is not experienced in handling these unique and complex cases. Quasi-criminal offenses are “a class of offenses…

Restraining Orders: TRO and FRO Laws in New Jersey

The state of New Jersey protects victims of domestic violence through the use of protective orders, which are more commonly known as “Restraining Orders”. In New Jersey, restraining orders are legal under the purview of the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, which was first enacted in 1982. In 1991 the law was revised and now includes several different kinds of…

Civil Litigation

Civil litigation cases are disputes between two parties that seek damages and financial compensation. This is different than criminal cases, which seek criminal sanctions such as jail time. The lawyers who work these cases are called litigators or trial attorneys. It’s important to carefully evaluate litigation lawyers when you decide you need a civil attorney. The civil litigation firm you work…

Criminal Defense

Our commitment to N.J. criminal law is no secret, and we’re repeatedly recognized for it. In 2017 alone, our team earned two coveted spots amongst SJ Magazine’s Top Attorneys 2017, were honored by Super Lawyers Magazine as “Rising Stars,” and two of our attorneys became certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as criminal trial attorneys — a distinction only 300…

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly Conduct Charges in New Jersey Although it is not one of the most severely punished crimes in New Jersey, disorderly conduct can result in serious penalties — penalties that can include jail time and fines. Disorderly conduct in New Jersey is a petty disorderly persons charge that is considered a breach of the peace. You can be arrested for…

Harassment Charges in New Jersey

What is Harassment? Someone cannot file harassment charges against you simply because they are annoyed with you. Instead, NJ Statute 2C:33-4 considers it harassment when someone “makes, or causes to be made, a communication or communications anonymously or at extremely inconvenient hours, or in offensively coarse language, or any other manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm.” Furthermore, the law…

Traffic Offenses & Penalties in New Jersey

New Jersey Traffic Offenses New Jersey statutes dictate the laws of the road, and penalties for a violation vary based on the degree of offense. The New Jersey point system designates a specific number of points to each offense, with increasing penalties as total points increase. Points are only given for moving violations, as opposed to, for example, illegally parking….

Felony and Disorderly Persons Downgrades

Felonies in New Jersey Felonies in New Jersey are referred to as indictable offenses. Indictable offenses carry the potential of at least a six month prison sentence and often limit a person’s professional opportunities due to their criminal record. There are varying degrees of indictable offenses based on the specific crime committed; examples include: First degree: murder, armed robbery, aggravated sexual…

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