Free Consultation with a Personal Injury Lawyer
When a personal injury victim becomes our client, we dedicate ourselves to providing personalized service. At your free initial consultation, one of our firm’s partners will take down all of the facts and assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case. We will help you determine whether you have a viable personal injury or wrongful death claim and what the next step will be. We will then develop a strategy for recovering the maximum compensation in cases involving:
Contact Barrett & Pavluk, LLC to discuss your personal injury accident and how we may help you. We take each case on a contingency basis which means you won't pay us until you receive compensation for your injuries. Why choose us? Because we offer:
- More than 45 years of combined experience
- Personal service, aggressive representation
- Commitment to client success
New Jersey Personal Injury Law Firm
Our personal injury attorneys often represent persons in New Jersey who have suffered personal injuries in accidents such as slip and fall and construction site accidents. We also help family members of victims killed in auto accidents, through medical malpractice, or in other unfortunate accidents.
The attorneys of Barrett & Pavluk, LLC represent persons throughout New Jersey who have suffered personal injuries in accidents such as slip and fall, construction site accidents and truck accidents. We also help family members of victims killed in auto accidents, through medical malpractice, premises liability or in other tragic accidents.
Absolutely no risk. No recovery...no fees or costs...guaranteed.
Contact Barrett & Pavluk, LLC to discuss your New Jersey personal injury or wrongful death claim.
Strong Criminal Defense
Barrett & Pavluk, LLC provides sound representation, always fighting on your behalf if you are accused of:
- Motor Vehicle Municipal Court Offenses
If you are accused of a crime and need representation, Barrett & Pavluk, LLC can help. Firm partners Judson Barrett and Arthur M. Pavluk III will personally meet with you to discuss the charges against you and inform you of potential penalties. At that time, we may discuss possible diversionary programs which may help you avoid prosecution, including the New Jersey Pre-Trial Intervention Program (PTI).
What is the Pretrial Intervention Program (PTI)?
The Pretrial Intervention Program (PTI) provides defendants, generally first-time offenders, with opportunities for alternatives to the traditional criminal justice process of ordinary prosecution. PTI seeks to render early rehabilitative services, when such services can reasonably be expected to deter future criminal behavior. The PTI program is based on a rehabilitative model that recognizes that there may be an apparent causal connection between the offense charged and the rehabilitative needs of a defendant. Further, the rehabilitative model emphasizes that social, cultural, and economic conditions often result in a defendant's decision to commit crime.
Simply stated, PTI strives to solve personal problems which tend to result from the conditions that appear to cause crime, and ultimately, to deter future criminal or disorderly behavior by a defendant.
What Are The Benefits of the Pretrial Intervention Program (PTI)?
- If PTI is successfully completed, there is no record of conviction and the defendant avoids the stigma of a criminal record.
- Early intervention allows rehabilitative services to be provided soon after the alleged offense, in an attempt to correct the behavior that led to the offense.
- Many of the costs associated with the formal court process are eliminated through acceptance into PTI.
What are the Conditions for Participation In Pretrial Intervention?
Supervision under the PTI program may average from one to three years. Certain standard conditions are imposed on those accepted into PTI, such as, random urine monitoring, and assessments for fees, penalties and fines. Additional conditions may also be imposed to require the performance of community service, payment of restitution, and submission to psychological and/or drug and alcohol evaluations with compliance to recommended treatment programs.
If a defendant successfully completes all the conditions of PTI, then the original charges are dismissed and there is no record of conviction.
If a defendant does not successfully complete the conditions of PTI, then the defendant is terminated from the PTI program and the case is returned to the trial list.
Who is Eligible for Pretrial Intervention (PTI)?
Any defendant who is charged with an indictable offense may apply.
For information on the Pre-Trial Intervention Program for Marijuana Offenses, click here.