About Richard Preston Law
Attorney Richard Preston attended Clemson University, where he graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. While at Clemson, he was the Community Service Chairman of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. In that role, he organized and facilitated food drives to help feed the poor of the community and coordinated neighborhood clean-ups.
Mr. Preston went to Touro Law School, and while there he had the opportunity to explore his philanthropic ambitions. He worked for the New York State Division of Human Rights and the Queens District Attorney’s Office, as well as a number of very well respected Criminal Defense Attorneys. After graduating with his Juris Doctor in Law, he now uses his hard-earned skills to help people.
Before founding Richard Preston Law, Mr. Preston spent some time in private practice and then became a Public Defender for the state of New Jersey in Middlesex County, where he served for 10 years. Eventually, he decided that the best way he can serve our community is through private practice. So in 2018, he founded our firm. He continues to champion the rights of those who need strong representation within the legal system for a fair fee.
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Committed Representation In Criminal Defense And Family Law
At Richard Preston Law, we offer legal assistance to two areas of the law that frequently affect everyday Americans: criminal law and family law. If you’ve been charged with a crime, whether it’s a felony or a misdemeanor, we will use every legal tool available to minimize the impact of the charges on your life. And if your family structure is changing, we will help you reach terms that reflect your financial and personal interests.
Call Our Office To Schedule An Initial Consultation
In criminal law matters and family law matters alike, it’s important to work with a lawyer who understands your perspective and who will fight for you. In our first consultation, we will take in the details of your case and explain what we think is the best path forward.