William J. Veitch

Attorney-at-Law at The Law Offices of William Veitch, LLC

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The Law Offices of William Veitch, LLC
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Last Updated 9/8/2016

General Information

Employment History

Attorney  - Law Offices of Dimitrios Kolovos

Education

Pennsbury High School

B.A.  - English , The University of South Carolina

B.A.  - English , Widener University School of Law

J.D.  - 

Juris Doctorate  - Widener University School of Law

Affiliations

Member  - New Jersey State Bar Association

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William Veitch, Esq. - Of Counsel: Will graduated from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in English.
He received his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware and is admitted to the practice of law in New Jersey. After admission to the State Bar of New Jersey, Will was appointed as a Municipal Prosecutor in five jurisdictions. Will also served as Solicitor to Wrightstown Borough and Special Solicitor to the Burlington City Police Department. Will's experience of criminal and traffic prosecutions is second to none and he currently utilizes his experience in defending his clients who are charged with these offenses in the Municipal and Superior Courts of New Jersey. Will also attends real estate settlements for purchasers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate transactions, personal injury matters and regularly appears in the Family Courts throughout the state. Prior to law school Will was a travel writer, photographer and editor for the state of South Carolina and a baseball writer and editor for the former New York Mets Minor League affiliate, the Capital City Bombers. He is currently a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association.

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William J. Veitch, Esq.
Copyright © 2007 by William Veitch , ESQ. All rights reserved.

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Will I be able to get my case dismissed because I was not read my rights?
Probably not. But if you were interrogated after being placed in custody, your statements can not be used against you. Will I go to jail? William J. Veitch, Esq. Copyright © 2007 by William Veitch , ESQ. All rights reserved.

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