New Jersey Criminal Law Attorney

Former Assistant County Prosecutor
Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate
Over 40+ Years Experience
NJ Certified Civil Trial Attorney

Effective Representation by a Former Prosecutor in NJ

Whether you are accused of a serious crime or are cited with a municipal offense, DUI or traffic ticket, you want an experienced lawyer who will fight to avoid a conviction or to minimize the consequences and the impact on your future.

Attorney Todd B. Eder can provide aggressive criminal defense for you legal dispute. He represents adults and juveniles in criminal law, traffic and DUI matters in all courts (Superior, Family and Municipal) within Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset, and various counties throughout New Jersey to meet a client's needs. Contact our law office day or night for a free consultation.

Whatever The Accusations

The Law Offices of Todd Brandon Eder have defended clients across a wide spectrum of charges:

  • DUI and traffic offenses
  • Drugs (possession, sale)
  • Shoplifting, theft or bad checks
  • Burglary
  • Domestic violence and protection orders
  • Assault charges
  • Lewdness and sex offenses
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Trespass, harassment or criminal mischief
  • Disorderly persons offenses and petty offenses
  • Municipal ordinance and code enforcement violations

Our Goal Is for the Least Impact on Your Life

Todd B. Eder began his legal career as an assistant prosecutor in Hudson County. He has tried numerous cases before the Superior Court, Criminal and Juvenile Divisions and represented clients in municipal courts across New Jersey. He is also a certified civil trial attorney whose more than 40+ years of courtroom experience works to your advantage — in negotiations with prosecutors or at trial before a judge or jury.

Mr. Eder exhausts every avenue to clear you of charges or minimize the consequences, examples include:

  • A third offense of shoplifting carries mandatory jail time, plus fines. We will fight to get the charges dismissed or reduced to limit these penalties. After the requisite waiting period, you can have the Law Offices of Todd Brandon Eder seek an expungement of the arrest records.
  • A small amount of marijuana is a disorderly persons offense. If you have no prior drug convictions, you might qualify for a conditional discharge that would avoid a conviction on your record.

Receive a Free Consultation • Available 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week

Todd B. Eder will not hesitate to take your case to trial, but he is skilled at eliminating the need for it. He will always give you an honest assessment of where you stand, what to expect and what your options are. Call 732-937-9100, or contact us online, for the protection you need.

Injured and Unable to Travel?

If you are injured or unable to travel to our law office in NJ for a free consultation, we can come to you or make the proper accommodations to better suit your needs.