Raymond Albert Raya, Esq. graduated from prestigious William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia. For over 16 years, has successfully represented clients, in every county in New Jersey. Mr. Raya’s cases have featured on CNN, in The New York Times, The Star-Ledger, and their Asbury Park Press. Mr. Raya was appointed, by Governor McGreevey to State Commission to study and make changes the states system of fines and procedures for motor vehicle offenses.
A well-known figure in Central Jersey courts, he has tried and won many high profile cases involving motor vehicle violations, and criminal charges. Mr. Raya’s commitment to his clients extends far beyond the courtroom. Mr. Raya turns each case into a life changing experience as he works to gain each client the second chance it deserve. Contact Mr. Raya today your free consultation.
Municipal Public Defender Currently in: Holmdel, Hazlet, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and MillstoneMillstone – 2015 Hazlet – 2012 to present
Matawan – 2012 to present
Keansburg – 2010 to present
Keyport = 2009 to present
Holmdel – 2003 to present
Wall – 2013 to 2014
Atlantic Highlands – 2003 to 2005
Manalapan – 2001 to 2003
Lakewood – 1998 to 2010
Defend clients with traffic violations, DWI/DUI charges, CDS, and Disorderly Persons offenses. Partial fluency in Spanish.
Monmouth County Municipal Public Defender’s Association
Helped guide organization through issues facing municipal public defenders. Established response system for Assignment Judge policies as related to municipal court practice.
Governor’s Task Force on Motor Vehicle Fines Selected as Defense Attorney in State to sit on Task Force. Conducted exhaustive study of fines associated with the Motor Vehicle Code and participated in Task Force meetings with the MVC, Attorney General’s Office, N.J. State Police and Administrative Office of Courts.
Pringle Quinn Anzano, P.C. – Of Counsel
July of 1998 to present Worked with numerous insurance companies as well as the State of New Jersey in efforts to eliminate insurance fraud. Conducted Examinations Under Oath of individuals suspected of committing insurance fraud, including staged auto accidents and car thefts.
Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office
Law Clerk, May 1995 to August 1995 Assigned to Appellate section. Prepared briefs and memoranda on varying aspects of criminal law. Conducted briefing sessions for prosecutors on current issues of law.
William & Mary Law School
J.D. 1997 William and Mary Bill of Rights Law Journal
Binghamton University – State University of New York
BA, Political Science 1992 Men’s Varsity Soccer Letter Winner
Supreme Court of New Jersey – Admitted September 1998. United States Federal District Court – Admitted October 1998.