Mr. Natoli defends individuals charged in federal, state and municipal court.
Mr. Natoli is a former prosecutor with significant trial experience. While a prosecutor, Mr. Natoli was involved in trials related to vehicular homicide and other felonies that gained media attention.
Mr. Natoli comes from a tight-knit, North Jersey Family. He credits his work ethic to his father, a local businessman, who worked every day to create a better life for his family.
Mr. Natoli is listed as a "Top 40 under 40" lawyer by the National Trial Lawyer's Association.
- Criminal Law
- Traffic Tickets
- DUI & DWI
- Domestic Violence
- Juvenile Law
- Personal Injury
- Education Law
24 Hour Call Intake Services. Timely Call Backs.
- Credit Cards Accepted
- New Jersey
- New Jersey Courts
- ID Number: 028322012
- New York
- New York State Office of Court Administration
- ID Number: 5372974
- 3rd Circuit
- ID Number: 028322012
- Attorney / Founder
- The Law Offices of Stephen J. Natoli
- Hudson County Prosecutor's Office
- Seton Hall University School of Law
- Villanova University
- Honors: National Honors Society
- Top 40 under 40
- National Trial Lawyer's Association
- New Jersey Bar Association
- Death By Auto Trial
- Criminal Justice Act Mentee Program Member (CJA)
- Federal Defender Services Program
- Q. How can I get more information on a case
- A: If you are a charged defendant, the attorney you retain can request discovery and initiate a dialogue about the case with a prosecutor. If you are the target of an investigation but have not been charged yet, a retained attorney can attempt to speak with investigators and/or prosecutors on your behalf. However, law enforcement is not obligated to provide information regarding their pre-charge investigations.
- Q. If my wife bites me and doesn’t let go and punch her to get her to go is that a petty disorderly person
- A: Yes you can be charged with assault. However, based on your description you may have a valid self defense claim. Seek a consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
- Q. My brother is currently serving time for Bank Robbery. Has there been any Revision in the NERA Act that would cut his t?
- A: Unfortunately, the No Early Release Act (NERA) has not been changed in a manner which would call for a reduction in your brother’s sentence.