In the News
March 18, 2014
Attorney Jack Venturi speaks in court about a case that is questioning the following: Was defendant properly granted access into the sexual assault victim’s home to inspect the crime scene based on his constitutional right to a meaningful opportunity to present a complete defense in light of the crime victim’s rights under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, the Victim’s Rights Amendment to the New Jersey Constitution, and the Crime Victim’s Bill of Rights, N.J.S.A. 52:4B-34 to -38? To learn more, click here.
September 26, 2005
Attorney Jack Venturi was apart of a revolutionary case that resulted in the removal of comparative bullet-lead analysis, which had been a forensic tool for over 30 years. When Venturi's client was convicted due to CBLA evidence, Venturi perserved with his client's sister to find that theFBI has been misinterpreting evidence. Years of hard work resulted in his client being able to get a new trial.
October 19, 2018
When two men were convicted for aggravated manslaughter as drag racers, Attorney Jack Venturi's client was charged for hindering law enforcement for altering the Facebook and Instagram pages of the drag street race club. Venturi was able to get his client on home detention.
January 16, 2019
A New Brunswick man accused of terrorizing a Franklin family at gunpoint during a home invasion robbery in 2013 was found not guilty on all charges Wednesday morning in Somerset County Superior Court. Attorney Jack Venturi was confident of putting his client on the stand because he knew he was telling the truth. Even with DNA evidence, Venturi was able to point out to the jury that it was three other men that committed the crime.
April 02, 2019
A North Plainfield man who fatally stabbed a high school acquaintance in 2006 following a dispute over gas money was sentenced today to 12 years in state prison. This was done after Attorney Jack Venturi was able to avoid a retrial after a hung jury the first time. His client plead guilty to aggravated manslaughter for a lesser sentencing.
August 15, 2019
More than two years after a 38-year-old woman and her 6-year-old son were found stabbed to death in a pool of blood in their township apartment, investigators have not identified the killer or made an arrest. Attorney Jack Venturi fights for his client, thehusband of the wife and father to the child. Venturi tries to get the million dollar insurance settlement that his client rightfully deserves after this horrid occasion.
August 17, 2019
More than two years after the still-unsolved grisly murder of a mother and her son, the family is embroiled in a legal battle over life insurance payouts totaling $1 million. Jack Venturi defends his client by claiming the significant difference between being a "suspect" and "not eliminated as a suspect". Venturi's client may never be ruled out of elimination as a suspect, until the true murderer is found. Attorney Jack Venturi continues to fight for justice in this case.
August 26, 2019
Police have made no arrests in the deaths of Sasikala Narra, 38, and the couple’s son, Anish, who lived in the Fox Meadow apartment complex. The investigation is continuing, said Joel Bewley, spokesperson for the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office. Attorney Jack Venturi fights to help his client receive the million dollar insurance claim that the insurance company is refusing to give.
“Because of you I can continue with my life and continue to advance in my career.”- Edwin A.
“Jack Venturi is an awesome trial attorney.”- Shalonda W.
“Without getting into specific details, I will say Jack Venturi obtained the best possible outcome.”- Former Client