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After retaining a Lawyer the first thing he/she will do is send a letter to the Municipal Prosecutor requesting copies of the discovery.

Discovery is commonly referred to as DISCO by attorneys as it is short for discovery.

Here is a what the letter will say:

By a copy of this letter to the Municipal Court pursuant to R.7:7-7(f), I am requesting that I be provided with all materials allowed to defendants by R.7:7-7, including but not limited to the following: (Where after your attorney will know what items to ask for and which will be relevant to your case).

You have a constitutional right to receive and review all of the evidence your attorney asks for in your case.

Evaluating the evidence and reviewing its strength or weakness is one of the key reasons you will want to have one of Riviere Advocacy Group LLC’s experienced New Jersey Municipal Court attorneys on your case.

Typically a demand will be made for tangible objects, papers, documents, records or statements, confession’s, admissions, reports of physical or mental examinations, breathalyzer tests, recordings, prior convictions, names and addresses of persons known to have relevant evidence of the case, signed and unsigned statements made by co-defendants, police reports and the names and addresses of each person the prosecuting attorney expects to call to trial as a witness.

Take your summons seriously with a serious defense and call one of knowledgeable and experienced New Jersey Municipal Court attorneys today at (732) 64-NJLAW (65529).