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Guilty Verdict of First Degree Attempted Murder for Christopher Dalzell

On June 1, 2017 an Ocean County Jury found Christopher Dalzell guilty of First Degree Attempted Murder, Third Degree Possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and Fourth Degree Unlawful possession of a weapon.  The offenses occurred on March 29, 2015 at Dalzell’s then residence in Brick Township.

The victim was a female 50 years of age.  The case was tried before the Honorable Patricia B. Roe by Ocean County Assistant Prosecutor Robert J. Cassidy.  Christopher Dalzell was represented by Richard Archer, Esquire.  Dalzell is scheduled for sentencing on July 14, 2017.  He faces a maximum 20 year sentence on the Attempted Murder charge where he will be required to serve a minimum 85% of his sentence pursuant to the No Early Release Act before being eligible for parole.  The case was investigated by the Brick Township Police Department and Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, Major Crimes Unit.

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