John E. Hogan - Criminal Lawyer in NJ

John E. Hogan
Phone: 732.855.6470
Fax:  732.726.6629
Bar Admission:

New Jersey, 1998
United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, 1998
New York, 1999
Supreme Court of the United States admitted 2010

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Education:

J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law, cum laude, 1998
B.A., Providence College, cum laude, 1995

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Biographical Information:

John Hogan, a shareholder, first joined Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer P.A. in 1999.  He concentrates his practice in the areas of criminal defense, appellate matters, administrative law, and civil rights litigation.  Mr. Hogan was recognized by the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce in 2008 as “Citizen of the Year.”  In 2009, he was selected for inclusion as one of NJBiz’s “Forty Under 40” for his community leadership and professional achievements.  In addition, Mr. Hogan has been honored by the Middlesex County Bar Association as its Young Lawyer of the Year for 2010.  He has been selected for inclusion by New Jersey Super Lawyers®-Rising Stars Edition each year since 2006.  Mr. Hogan is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce.  He is a past member of the State Board of Trustees of the American Conference on Diversity and past chair of its Central Jersey chapter and remains an active supporter of the organization and its mission.  He is a Trustee of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey and co-chair of the Middlesex County Bar Association’s Municipal Court Practice Committee.  Mr. Hogan is a member of the Board of Directors of the Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce and actively supports the Raritan Bay Healthcare Foundation.  Mr. Hogan has published articles entitled “The Feasibility of Internet Gambling Regulation” (1998); “How The Patriot Act Affects Noncitizens” (2002); “How To Prevent Losing Your Business To Retail Larceny” (2003); “Domestic Violence and the Unfortunate Byproduct of Police Conducted Pretextual Searches for Contraband” (2007) and “Collateral Consequences:  The Potential for Deportation and Exclusion as a Result of a Municipal Court Shoplifting Conviction “ (2010) .  He was also Special Editor of the December 2010 Edition of New Jersey Lawyer Magazine.  Mr. Hogan has served as a periodic guest lecturer on Federal Civil Procedure at St. John’s University. 

Mr. Hogan is a member of the Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys of New Jersey, the Middlesex County Bar Association, the Monmouth County Bar Association, and the New Jersey State Bar Association.  He is a graduate of the Haydn Proctor Inn of Court.  Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Hogan completed a clerkship in the Criminal Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, with the Honorable Michael D. Farren, P.J.Cr., and the Honorable Vincent E. Hull, Jr., J.S.C.


Area of Emphasis:

Federal, State, and Municipal Court Criminal Defense
Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
Police Disciplinary Charges
Administrative and Departmental Hearings
Motor Vehicle Commission Hearings
Plaintiff and Defense Oriented Civil Rights Litigation
Healthcare Claims Fraud
Liquor License Proceedings