Non-White Collar Crimes
Non white-collar criminal offenses are those classes of violent and non-violent illegal activities which principally involve illegal possession or sale of controlled dangerous substances (drugs), illegal possession of dangerous weapons, robbery, homicide, arson, aggravated assault, sexual assault and other offenses charged under the New Jersey or Federal Criminal Statutes. These crimes violate state and federal law and are usually prosecuted in the New Jersey Superior Court or the Federal Court for the District of New Jersey, depending upon what agency is investigating the allegations.
The Beinhaker Law Firm is proud to have Robert J. Brass, Esq., former Deputy Attorney General with the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, handle all our criminal matters. Mr. Brass formerly prosecuted cases involving Organized Crime homicide/racketeering, Threats to the Judiciary, Insurance Fraud, Criminal Environmental, Money Laundering, and Public Contract Fraud on behalf of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office for approximately ten years. Prior to being a Deputy Attorney General, Mr. Brass served as a Supervising Assistant Prosecutor in Middlesex County and an Assistant Prosecutor in Essex County, where he prosecuted cases involving homicide, sexual assault, robbery, arson, aggravated assault, sale/possession of controlled dangerous substances (illegal drugs), illegal weapons possession, as well as white collar crime cases.
Mr. Brass has presented criminal trial related continuing legal education courses, on behalf of the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the New Jersey State Bar Association, to other attorneys since 1996; and, has lectured in Madrid, Paris, Rome, Dublin, New Orleans, and Las Vegas, as well as in New Jersey. He was a faculty member of the New Jersey Attorney General’s Trial Advocacy Institute, presenting continuing legal education courses to Deputy Attorneys General, from the Criminal, Civil and Gaming Enforcement Divisions of the Attorney General’s Office, as well as to Assistant Prosecutors from the twenty-one County Prosecutors’ Offices in New Jersey. He has served on the faculty of a White Collar Crime Trial Seminar, for the National Association of Attorneys General, at Washington University Law School in St. Louis.