John J. Armano, Jr.
With more than 25 years of experience practicing in South Jersey, John J. Armano, Jr., Esq., is known for his hands-on approach in walking clients through the often confusing and complicated aspects of legal cases.
John J. Armano, Jr.
John has the expertise, experience, and temperament to represent your interests with professionalism and vigor. His hands-on approach and willingness to get involved in tough fights have helped make John a well-known, successful litigator.
John has extensive experience in representing clients before all New Jersey Courts, and he excels in all of Trimble & Armano’s practice areas. His extensive knowledge of the local courts and legal system is of enormous advantage. John has tried hundreds of municipal court trials. John has appeared for clients at the Office of Administrative Law as well as many local zoning and planning boards. His vast experience in governmental matters is invaluable for his clients.
John has argued cases before the New Jersey Appellate Division. John’s willingness to fight for his clients has led to one of the seminal decisions regarding verbal threshold law. The published opinion in Cavanaugh v. Morris, 273 N.J.S. 38 (1993) established the process for courts to interpret the verbal threshold law.
As a former township committeeman in Winslow Township, John served his community as deputy mayor and as director, at various times, of public safety, revenue and finance, administration, the board of health, and the board of public assistance. He also served as an alternate member of the Camden County Joint Insurance Fund.
John is also active in his community. He volunteers his time and has coached youth baseball, youth basketball, and youth soccer. John resides in Williamstown, New Jersey with his wife Danielle, an educator, and his three children. John is an avid runner who has completed all the major distance races in the area.
Professional Memberships & Activities
Member Gloucester County Bar Association
Member New Jersey State Municipal Prosecutor’s Association
Admitted to practice in all Courts of New Jersey and United States District for the State of New Jersey
Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court