Mr. Bernstein decided to specialize in Criminal Defense to protect people's rights against overreaching by the police. Under the law, people are entitled to due process and fair treatment—and he seeks to protect those freedoms. When he takes on a case, Mark personally picks apart every piece of evidence in order to build the strongest and best defense he can to ensure his clients’ rights are protected. He is aggressive and never backs down from any prosecutor. Mr. Bernstein fights until the end for every client and treats each case as if it’s the most important one.
During his down time, Mark likes to spend time playing sports with his teenage son. In addition to that, he enjoys a rousing game of poker.
He is admitted to the New Jersey Bar and the Pennsylvania Bar. He is licensed to practice in both states.
Mark Bernstein represents clients who have been charged with crimes in New Jersey. If you are facing a charge of assault, domestic violence, theft, drug charges, or weapons charges, contact Mark Bernstein to protect your rights and fight to have your charges dismissed or reduced.
Call or text 24/7 for your free consultation (609) 665-3338.
New Jersey law divides criminal charges into two broad categories. Disorderly persons charges are the equivalent of misdemeanors. While they are not as serious, they can result in hefty fines, jail time, community service, a criminal record, job loss, and other consequences. Crimes can also be considered indictable crimes, which are the equivalent of felonies in other states. These crimes are the more serious as conviction can result in at least one year in jail or prison as well as a loss of rights, difficulty finding a job, and much more.
Every traffic ticket you receive will accumulate points against your driver's license that will lead to higher car insurance premiums and potentially the suspension or revocation of your driver's license. Mark Bernstein has more than 17 years of experience defending clients and helping them protect their driving record by challenging tickets and charges for:
Challenging a ticket can do more than save you temporary inconvenience and the ticket fine; you can also avoid suspension of your license, minimize points on your record, keep your job if it requires a clean driving record, and keep your car insurance premiums as low as possible.
Mark A. Bernstein serves clients throughout New Jersey including Salem, Gloucester, Camden, Burlington, Mercer, and Atlantic counties. If you have found yourself in legal trouble or you want to preserve your driving privileges, contact the Law Office of Mark A. Bernstein as soon as possible. Mark will help you go over your case, craft the best possible defense, and negotiate on your behalf to get your charges dismissed or reduced.