Morris County Attorney
Morris County Criminal and Traffic Defense- David W. Polsky
David W. Polsky has been practicing traffic and criminal law in Northern New Jersey including Morris County for more than twenty years. His services consist of traffic and criminal defense including defense of juveniles, defense for White Collar Crimes as well as license reinstatement and expungements.
Traffic Defense Lawyer
Mr. Polsky represents those charged with speeding, tailgating, reckless driving, DWI/DUI, careless driving, driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance, passing a stopped school bus, and leaving the scene of an accident.
Criminal Defense Attorney NJ
David W. Polsky has successfully represented those charged with Possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, drug distribution, or being under the influence of drugs, assault, harassment, shoplifting, disorderly conduct and many other criminal violations.
White Collar Criminal Defense
Non-Violent crimes are considered White Collar crimes; The Law Office of David W. Polsky has years of experience defending cases involving embezzlement, bribery, conspiracy, fraud, tax evasion, forgery, environmental crimes (water pollution), cyber crimes (accessing protected sites/computers).
Expungements and Out of State Drivers License Reinstatement
David W. Polsky understands the importance of his clients being able to move past a criminal or traffic arrest. In order to clear your record and reestablish your driving privileges.
If you have received a summons in Morris County and need affordable, aggressive representation, call The Law Office of David W. Polsky at (973) 686-9787 today for a free consultation.
*Created in 1738/39 separating it from Hunterdon County, Morris County is one of the state’s largest counties of the period; Hunterdon originally included what are now the counties of Morris, Sussex and Warren. Its 481 square miles are home to 39 municipalities and several large lakes. Morris County has the largest county park system by acreage in New Jersey with more than 18,000 acres of parkland.