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Correctional Healthcare

Holtzman McClain & Londar, PC is New Jersey's leading law firm defending medical and mental healthcare professionals practicing in county correctional facilities. We defend cases from inception through judgment, including discovery, motion practice, trial and, if necessary, appeal.

Professional negligence includes claims made under state law alleging a breach of a standard of care with respect to a professional license. Stephen Holtzman and Jeffrey McClain have decades of experience defending professional negligence claims against medical and mental healthcare professionals -- doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced nurse practitioners and nurses. 

Professional Negligence

Civil Rights

Civil rights claims can be brought under both federal and state law. These claims involve deliberate indifference to serious medical needs. Stephen Holtzman, Jeffrey McClain and Lilia Londar specialize in the defense of cases alleging civil rights violations in county correctional facilities.

When you are under investigation for a crime, or have been arrested and charged with breaking the law, nothing is more important than thorough and aggressive representation to resolve your situation.

We provide diligent comprehensive counsel to individuals who have been charged with, or are under investigation for a wide range of crimes and offenses in the State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


We handle the defense of cases involving:

  • Drug crimes, such as possession, sale and manufacturing of controlled substances or use of drug paraphernalia

  • Violent crimes, including murder, homicide by vehicle, and sexual offenses

  • Assault, harassment and disorderly conduct

  • Theft and property crimes, including retail theft, robbery or burglary

  • Traffic violations, such as speeding, careless and reckless driving and resulting license suspensions

  • License suspension appeals pertaining to refusals, medical suspensions and traffic violations


  • Firearms violations and gun permit appeals

  • Expungements

  • Probation and parole violations

  • Pardons

  • Juvenile offenses, such as minors in possession of alcohol, underage drinking, drug crimes, criminal mischief, assault or sex offenses

  • Appeals, ranging from appeals of municipal matters to felony convictions

  • Representation in grand jury investigations

Criminal Law

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