CHRISTOPHER POLLARD is dedicated to the vigorous defense of those accused of various crimes and the pursuit of justice in all matters in which he represents his clients.

His law practice includes DWI, personal injury, criminal defense, family law, landlord-tenant disputes, DCPP defense (formerly DYFS), and estate planning. He was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 2008.

Christopher has handled thousands of municipal cases throughout the state involving DWI, traffic violations, and disorderly persons offenses. He is highly-skilled in the areas of divorce, criminal defense, child support and custody, landlord-tenant disputes, and estate planning. He has conducted many trials and received a “not guilty” verdict for his client in a money laundering and conspiracy trial in Middlesex County Superior Court.

Christopher earned his undergraduate degree in journalism from Rutgers University — College of Arts and Sciences in New Brunswick, NJ. He wrote for the Daily Targum and Medium newspapers. After graduation, he covered news and features for various newspapers including The Chronicle (Dunellen and Middlesex, NJ), The Express-Times (Easton, Pa.), and The Hunterdon Review (Hunterdon County, NJ). He was an English and Psychology Instructor at Churchman Business School in Easton, Pa.

Christopher earned his law degree in 2006 from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He was a Dean’s List student and student mentor. He wrote news, features, and profiles for The Pillar student newspaper. He was an extern for the Hon. Rosemarie Aquilina of the 54th District Court in Mason, Michigan. There he did research and advised the judge on many different cases including criminal, civil, and commercial litigation. He was fortunate to see the preliminary hearings of a murder trial that received national coverage.

Christopher is a published author, tennis player, music fan, and frequents the cinema weekly.

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