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Our Team of Attorneys Has Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases in New Jersey

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Meet Our Attorneys

At Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, our attorneys have successfully handled thousands of legal matters in Municipal Court, Superior Court and Federal Court for our clients of throughout New Jersey. Our team of lawyers utilize a combination of experience and aggressive litigation tactics to deliver effective solutions for clients while using a personal approach.

John F. Marshall, Esq.

Colin E. Bonus, Esq.

William A. Proetta, Esq.

Keith G. Oliver, Esq.

Daniel M. Santarsiero, Esq.

Jason A. Seidman, Esq.

William C. Fay IV, Esq.

Matthew J. Dorry, Esq.

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We offer free initial consultations. Schedule an appointment to speak with an experienced lawyer about your case. Call (732) 450-8300 or contact us online here. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day. We are available weekdays during business hours. We also meet with clients on evenings and weekends by request. We have offices conveniently located throughout New Jersey. Credit cards are accepted.

The respect that Will Proetta receives from Judges and prosecutors alike is well deserved; and it is one of many advantages and resources that he provides to clients such as myself. When I present Will with a case, his accessible knowledge and pointed strategies never fail to settle my nerves. His confidence is contagious. I always know that I am in good hands, and that we are well prepared. Will’s success when dealing with my cases is a testament to his ability as a professional. However, I am often most impressed with the personal level of service that I receive. At the risk of sounding too cliché, Will actually cares about his clients. If I wasn’t paying him for his time I would certainly consider him a friend.

- Sam P.