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Welcome to the Office of the Somerset County Prosecutor
On behalf of the staff of the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office, I would like to welcome you to our web site. It is exciting to have this opportunity to offer information on our mission, past achievements, community policing programs and services through the internet. It is my sincere hope that this site will enhance our working relationship with the community, and provide valuable information to the public about our initiatives. By adding this service it will allow yet another forum to address your concerns so we can all work together to make our community a safer one.
The statutory mission of the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office is to use all reasonable and lawful diligence for the detection, arrest, indictment and conviction of offenders against the laws.  As a constitutionally established law enforcement agency  the Somerset County Prosecutor, as the chief of law enforcement for the County, provides leadership and supervision over the chiefs of police  and municipal prosecutors  with a view to ensure the effective, efficient and uniform enforcement of the criminal laws and the administration of criminal justice throughout the County.
The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office is committed to fulfilling these constitutional and statutory mandates as well as strengthening law enforcement's relations with the public, enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Somerset County, ensuring the rights of crime victims, to be treated with fairness, compassion and respect, are enforced  and, pursuing justice for all. 
FIDELITY - JUSTICE - INTEGRITY
 County Prosecutor's Act, N.J.S.A. 2A:158-1 et seq.
 N.J. Constitution, Article 7, Section 2, Paragraph 1
 Criminal Justice Act, N.J.S.A. 52:17B-97 et seq.
 N.J.S.A. 2B:12-27 and Municipal Prosecutors Act, N.J.S.A. 2B:25-1 et seq.
 N.J. Constitution, Article 1, Paragraph 22
 Berger v. U.S., 295, U.S. 78, 88 (1935); State v. Marshall, 123 N.J. 1, 152 (1991)