MORE NOTABLE RESULTS FROM THE LAW OFFICE OF BARBARA UNGAR
.In 2009, following a two week jury trial involving the possession and distribution of narcotics charges, with representation by Barbara Ungar
along with co-counsel, which resulted in a jury verdict of acquittals on all charges.
.In 2009, representation by Barbara Ungar of a client charged with racketeering, money laundering, theft and related conspiracy and tax charges, resulted in the Court's granting of a motion to dismiss two money laundering charges in the Indictment. In 2015, the case was remanded by the Appellate Division for re-sentencing of the client. The client was re-sentenced to a lesser sentence on certain charges in 2016.
.In 2010, following a two week jury trial with representation by Ms. Ungar and with co-counsel involving first degree charges of robbery, the jury verdict was a hung jury. The charges were subsequently dismissed against the client.
.In 2014, through Ms. Ungar's diligent representation in a two day bench trial in the Branchburg Municipal Court, the client was acquitted of
charges of endangering the welfare of an incompetent person.
.In 2015, through Ms. Ungar's advocacy, the charges of DWI were dismissed against the client, with a guilty plea to reckless driving in the South Bound Brook Municipal Court.
.In 2016, with Ms. Ungar's involvement, in DCPP litigation of Abuse and Neglect where the child had been placed in foster care, the child was returned home and there was no fact finding held. The litigation was dismissed.
.In 2017, through Ms. Ungar's representation of the client, the client was sentenced to a probationary term to an amended charge of hindering apprehension, a third degree charge, and shoplifting, instead of a second degree robbery charge. The Court had sentenced the client to a 270 day jail sentence to be served at that time. Yet, Ms. Ungar filed a motion to modify the sentence to allow the jail sentence to be served on weekends. The Court granted the request and the entire jail sentence is to be served on weekends only.
.In 2017, through Ms. Ungar's involvement, the charge of simple assault was dismissed against the client in the Franklin Township Municipal Court.
.In 2018, through Ms. Ungar's advocacy, an Indictment charging conspiracy and possession of drugs was amended to a charge of wandering as a disorderly persons offense with a guilty plea entered and a sentence of a short term of probation.