Jason M. Cieri

Attorney at
Merlin Law Group

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New Jersey, New York

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Jason M. Cieri focuses his practice of law in the area of first party property damage cases and insurance agent negligence. He is a former Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor working in the appellate, juvenile, pre-indictment court and a trial lawyer before the Honorable Judge Frederick Theemling and he will use the experience gained while working in the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office to defend those who were cheated by their insurance companies from the monies they deserve.


Jason M. Cieri, a life-long New Jersey resident, is an associate at Merlin Law Group.  Prior to joining Merlin, Mr. Cieri was an assistant prosecutor in Hudson County, New Jersey where he litigated numerous criminal cases and conducted jury trials. He handled cases throughout the entire criminal process from presenting the case to the Grand Jury for indictment to plea negotiations and resolution of the matter.


Prior to his work as an assistant prosecutor, Mr. Cieri graduated from Seton Hall University School of Law and was also able to obtain his Series 6, 63 and Life Insurance licenses before to attending law school. He attended college at The Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland. During his time at Johns Hopkins he was a student athlete, playing baseball for the top 10 ranked Blue Jays all four years of matriculation. He was named co-captain of the team his senior year and received several conference and regional awards for his work on the ball field as a student athlete. He graduated with a degree in international relations in 2003.

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  • New Jersey
  • New York

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