Jason LeBoeuf is a seasoned and well-regarded criminal defense attorney in New Jersey who brings close to two decades of experience defending the criminally accused to Ziegler, Resnick & Epstein in order to chair the firm's Criminal and Domestic Violence Department. Jason’s reputation for zealous advocacy on behalf of his clients is well-known. He was recently included in a list of New Jersey “Super Lawyers” for 2022, an achievement given to attorneys based on peer recognition and professional achievement. He has tried hundreds of matters to verdict in the Federal, State and Municipal levels from DWI/DUIs to extensive RICO matters and complicated homicides. His vast experience and success as a criminal litigator have earned him the distinction of being one of only 250 attorneys recognized by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney. Most recently, Jason prevented the State from garnering a conviction in the highly publicized homicide trial of State v. Michael Disporto in the Camden County Superior Court.
Additionally, Jason is a highly experienced administrative attorney having tried numerous matters to verdict in the Office of Administrative Law as an approved PBA Attorney. Additionally, he has tried an array of civil matters in the realms of personal injury and employment. Recently, Jason was able to gain an award of approximately $500,000.00 for an ex-employee wrongly terminated and defamed by JP Morgan Chase before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority "FINRA".
Prior to building a successful solo practice in these areas, Jason served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable N. Peter Conforti, Judge of the Superior Court (Ret.) in the Morris/Sussex Vicinage. He earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University-School of Law, where he was recognized as that school’s Outstanding Interscholastic Moot Court Participant having been a Finalist in two consecutive moot court competitions. Prior to law school, Jason earned both Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in the field of History from the University of Scranton, where he was inducted into the National Honor Societies for History, Political Science and Social Science.
Jason is dedicated to achieving the best possible results for his clients and prides himself on possessing clients who are fully informed on all aspects of their cases. He is available for consultation and retention on all manner of criminal cases in Federal, State and municipal matters throughout the State including domestic violence cases, DWI/DUI, moving violations, driver’s license issues, drug and gun charges, RICO Violations, white-collar crimes, homicide, robbery, assault, appeals, and expungements.
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