Andrew Olesnycky, a former supervisor-level assistant prosecutor at the Union County Prosecutor's Office, represents individuals and organizations facing criminal charges and investigations in federal, state, and municipal courts. Mr. Olesnycky has served as lead attorney defending charges of multi-million dollar federal and state fraud conspiracies, federal bank fraud, federal benefit fraud, state and federal large-scale multi-defendant drug conspiracies, sexual assaults, child pornography, interference with custody, and Superstorm Sandy-related fraud. Mr. Olesnycky is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Criminal Trial Attorney, a designation obtained by fewer than 1% of attorneys state-wide. During his nearly five-year tenure with the Union County Prosecutor's Office, Mr. Olesnycky tried numerous felony cases involving robbery, aggravated assault, gun possession, narcotics offenses, large-scale theft, and fraud. His trials and prosecutions have been covered by media outlets including the New York Times, CBS This Morning, NBC4 New York, the Associated Press, the Boston Globe, NJ.com, the Star Ledger, and ESPN. Through diligence, creativity, and aggressive litigation, he has secured a number of dismissals for his clients. Mr. Olesnycky is also one of very few criminal trial attorneys in private practice who has served as a domestic violence supervisor in a county prosecutor's office, and represents those accused of domestic violence in criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings, as well as victims of domestic violence seeking restraining orders in family court. As a supervisor, Mr. Olesnycky bore ultimate responsibility for the investigation and prosecution of every complaint of domestic violence in Union County.