Summer 2021 is back in full force! Many people are back out frequenting local bars and attractions in Belmar. If you have been arrested for 2C:33-2A, disorderly conduct in Belmar, whether at Bar Anticipation, D’Jais or any place else, I can help you. These charges usually are related to remaining outside or inside a bar after being asked to leave. If you have been charged with 2C:18-3B, defiant trespass, relating to a similar situation, I have appeared in Belmar for over a decade successfully defending individuals charged with these types of offenses.
I have also successfully defended individuals charged in Belmar for underage drinking, resisting arrest, simple assault, possession of a fake ID and other drug offenses. Oftentimes, in these situations the person is also charged with an Interference of Business Ordinance, 2016-915. There is a mandatory appearance required if you have been charged with a disorderly persons offense in Belmar Municipal Court located at 601 Main Street and it is important to get the best representation.
Why call me? I strongly believe that the best results come from dealing with one attorney from the inception of the case; from the first time you call me to the date of your appearance you only deal with me. We prepare the best possible defense and you will always maintain communication with me directly. I have appeared in Belmar and Lake Como for well over a decade and I know how to best navigate you through this process and get the best possible results.
A disorderly conduct offense can have long term effects when applying for jobs and many other situations. It’s imperative to protect your future by having the best possible counsel who is familiar with Belmar Municipal Court. Call Tara Breslow 732 784 2880 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .