Meet Middlesex County Attorney Louis Mangione
Louis A. Mangione, Jr., works in the areas of criminal and juvenile law, personal injury law, family law and municipal court cases. Mr. Mangione is a Pool Attorney handing criminal cases for the Public Defender’s Office in Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.
Mr. Mangione has extensive experience defending:
- Armed robbery
- Sexual assault
- Drug distribution and possession
- Aggravated assault
- Complex identity theft and fraud
- Illegal gambling
- Gun and weapons cases
- Endangering the welfare of children
- Receive stolen property
- Official misconduct
- Resisting arrest
- Various forms of conspiracy
Mr. Mangione has represented news worthy defendants in State vs. Xavier Bailey, State vs. Rachel Atkinson and State vs. Frank Venable to name a few. In State vs. Xavier Bailey, Mr. Mangione secured an acquittal in this eyewitness homicide trial in Somerset County after two hung jury trials. This gang-related homicide case was one of a handful of not guilty verdicts in murder trials in Somerset County in nearly fifty years.
Louis also has an extensive personal injury and municipal court practice deriving from his large client base in Perth Amboy and surrounding areas. Additionally, Mr. Mangione is experienced in family court matters involving divorce, custody, child support, visitation and domestic violence hearings.
Mr. Mangione is licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey and the United States District Court. Mr. Mangione is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Middlesex County Bar Association, New Jersey Association for Justice and the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Mr. Mangione served as a Law Clerk to The Honorable F. Lee Forrester, P.J.F.P. and The Honorable J. Wilson Noden, J.S.C in Mercer County from September 1997 through August 1998.
If you need assistance with a legal matter, and would like to schedule a case review with Mr. Mangione or other qualified injury lawyer in New Jersey, call the Spevack Law Firm at (732) 636-3030 or submit our online form now