Brian J. Neary

Brian J. Neary

21 Main St Court Plaza South
Hackensack, NJ 07601

Phone: 201-488-0544

Website: nearylaw.com

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About Brian J. Neary

Recognized as one of New Jerseys top criminal defense lawyers in Best Lawyers in America. Brians practice includes the defense of DWI cases. Board certified as a criminal trial attorney by both the New Jersey Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy, Mr. Neary devotes his practices exclusively to those accused of crimes and serious motor vehicle offenses. A founding member of the National College of DUI, Brian J. Neary represents those accused of DWI at the municipal, superior court and appellate levels. Brian lectures regularly on DWI issues to bar groups and New Jersey judicial conferences. Brian J. Neary is past president of the New Jersey Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is also a fellow of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers.


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