Feinstein, Esq., is well-equipped to handle even the most sensitive and high-stakes cases involving a range of sex crimes allegedly perpetrated against adults or children.
Such offenses include but are not limited to: Holding Martindale-Hubbell's highest attorney rating of AV Preeminent*, Mr.
Once you are labeled as a sex offender, that label can stay with you for the rest of your life. New Jersey 201-212-4027 or New York 718-537-9885We can provide skilled advice and aggressive representation in regard to many different sex crimes and sex-related criminal charges, including: In cases involving children, it is even more important to retain an attorney who is experienced in handling child witnesses.
In New Jersey and New York, you will be publicly identified as a sex offender in accordance with Megan's Law, and will be labeled a level 1, 2 or 3 offender in accordance with the degree of danger the state feels you represent to the public. Our attorneys have this critical experience, along with hundreds of hours of jury trial experience.
But as I noted last week, Caroline inserting herself between Teresa and Joe Gorga reeks of desperation — on her part, or the part of the producers. Gabrielle, the conscience of "Real Housewives of New Jersey." If only they'd let her speak more than two words an episode.
Call 201-212-4027 (New Jersey) or 718-537-9885 (Bronx).
A sex crime conviction is a very serious matter, carrying consequences that range from decades of incarceration and heavy fines to mandatory sex offender registration.
I'm sure Caroline does feel terrible about her estrangement from sister Dina, but, as Teresa points out, it seem hypocritical for Caroline to give Teresa advice about mending fences with her brother. She's stirring a saucepan of escarole and beans when Gia snarks, "When the oil or something splashes on you, I'm going to laugh so hard." Milania: "I knew you were going to say that, so shut up." Hey, we actually get a shot of Gabriella! Teresa is trying to teach the girls to get along for the sake of their grandfather, who's been ailing and is going into the hospital to get a pacemaker.
Nobody, including the viewers, is served by Caroline's meddling. She has to explain what a pacemaker is: "So God forbid his heart stops beating ..." Milania: "He dies." Gia: "Don't ever say that again. The house has been on the market for .8 million (and, FYI, is still on the market for the same price).