attorney Alan g. peyrouton
Once I accept representation of a client, I take the responsibility very seriously. I can never guarantee a result, but I can guarantee that I will provide the most aggressive and best representation possible. I attribute my success to the fact that I prepare extensively for every case as though it were my only one. I became an attorney to fight for people who cannot fight for themselves. I commit to defend each client's innocence and to protect their freedom. I'll repeat it: I became an Attorney to help people.
While earning his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Peyrouton had the honor of serving as law clerk for the Honorable Lawrence Glazer
(30th Judicial Circuit Court of Michigan).
In 2004, Mr. Peyrouton relocated to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., where he worked for the
United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Housing and Civil Enforcement.
The Housing and Civil Enforcement Section works to protect some of the most fundamental rights of individuals, including the right to access housing free from discrimination, the right to access credit on an equal basis, the right to patronize places of business that provide public accommodations and the right to practice one’s faith free from discrimination.
In 2009, Mr. Peyrouton happily returned to his native New Jersey and opened a private practice devoted to Criminal Defense.
He is a top Criminal Defense Lawyer located in 2 University Plaza, Suite 100, Hackensack, New Jersey.
Please visit the Free Article & Legal Guide section.
There you will find a variety of topics discussing controversial issues involving New Jersey law.
He may be reached at 201-766-4800
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit;
New Jersey Supreme Court;
New Jersey Superior Court; and
New Jersey Municipal Court.
He has also represented hundreds of clients in a variety of matters ranging from simple assault to attempted murder.
His experience extends to both bench and jury trials.
Mr. Peyrouton has been a proud member of the following organizations:
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL);
Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey;
Bergen County Bar Association; and the
Hudson County Bar Association.
Mr. Peyrouton is a regular contributor to the New Jersey Law Journal
some of his more popular articles are found below
The High Cost of Getting Out of Jail Free June 4, 2015, New Jersey Law Journal
Black Robe Disease Volume 216 – No. 8, 2014 New Jersey Law Journal
That Overlooked Footnote May Be a Masterpiece August 12, 2015, New Jersey Law Journal
Gubernatorial Appointments for Municipal Judges VOL. 201- No. 10, 2014 New Jersey Law Journal
Privacy Plea (se) March 26, 2015, New Jersey Law Journal
Gun, Badge and Q-Tip: The New Tools of N.J. Law Enforcement Volume 214 – No. 12, 2013 New Jersey Law Journal
Employment and Immigration Law What Time Is It? Volume 212 – No. 16, 2013 New Jersey Law Journal
Immigration ‘Depordinance’: Facing Deportation on an Ordinance Volume 213 – No. 3, 2013 New Jersey Law Journal
Ladies and Gentlemen of the [DUI] Jury December 2, 2015, New Jersey Law Journal