Peter H. Lederman

Peter H. Lederman


4 Paragon Way
Suite 100
Freehold, NJ 07728

Phone: 732-414-0300


Faculty National Task Force Task-Force-Member General Member

About Peter H. Lederman

2006 Winter Session Graduate; 2007 Winter Session Graduate; 2009 Winter Session Graduate; 2013 Winter Session Graduate; 2014 Winter Session Graduate; 2015 Winter Session Graduate; 2016 Winter Session Graduate; 2017 Winter Session Graduate Peter Ledermans practice is limited to driving while intoxicated defense and litigiation. He is a recipient of the New Jersey State Bar Association Advocacy Award, 2000 and Middlesex County Bar Association Municipal Court Attorney of the Year award in 2006.Mr. Lederman served as the Municipal Prosecutor for the Township of Piscataway, 1984-1986. He is also a member of the Middlesex County Bar Association Member, Co-Chairman, Municipal Court Committee, 1997-2001, New Jersey State Bar Association Member, Chairman, Municipal Court Section, 1998-2001 and American Bar Association; Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey; Monmouth Bar Association, American Trial Lawyer Association, National College for DWI Defense and the Francis Moore Scrambled Egg Society. He has published articles in various professional journals, moderated and spoken at many seminars involving DWI and the Alcotest breath test device. He authors a bimonthly column on Municipal Courts in New Jersey for the New Jersey Law Journal.

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