Douglas F. Herring
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Douglas F. Herring

475 Wall Street
Princeton, NJ 08450

Phone: 609-321-8060


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About Douglas F. Herring

Former Los Angeles & Compton gang prosecutor, federal prosecutor, and state prosecutor … Now providing an aggressive criminal defense for you. As a criminal defense lawyer in New Jersey, Douglas Herring handles all Superior Court and Municipal Court charges. Mr. Herring is well known for the aggressive representation of clients. Mr. Herring handles Homicides, White Collar cases, Drug Crimes, Theft Crimes, Juvenile Crimes, Domestic Violence, and Expungements throughout New Jersey. Mr. Herring has experience in Municipal Courts, including DUI cases. DOUG’S EXPERIENCE AT A GLANCE: 15+ years experience handing all Felonies & Misdemeanors Former Assistant Prosecutor in Middlesex County Former Assistant United States Attorney in the District of New Jersey Former Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles. Assigned to the Hardcore Gang Unit in Compton. Conducted over 100 jury trials. Taught Prosecutors the use of computerized presentations for trials. CONDUCTED OVER 100 JURY TRIALS Douglas Herring has conducted over 100 jury trials and numerous judge trials. Mr. Herring is a 1991 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and a 1996 graduate of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. After working as a defense attorney, Mr. Herring began as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles. Eventually, Mr. Herring was assigned the elite Hardcore Gang Unit in the Compton Courthouse and the Norwalk Courthouse. Mr. Herring relocated to New Jersey and worked as an Assistant United States Attorney in Newark and Trenton. He moved to state court crimes and began as an Assistant Prosecutor in Middlesex County. Eventually, Mr. Herring was the busiest prosecutor on a trial team where he handled all aspect of the cases from the original charging through trial before a jury.

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