Englewood Disorderly Persons Defense Lawyer
Preventing a Minor Crime from Ruining Your Life
Disorderly persons offenses are the most commonly given charges for minor,
non-motor vehicle crimes and are usually handled in municipal court in
New Jersey. Disorderly persons charges carry a maximum penalty of six
months in jail and $1,000 in fines. While these charges may not seem like
they mean much, they will appear on your record. This will affect your
ability to get a job, as you are required to inform a potential employer
of any arrests, as well as your ability to apply for school.
You need a skilled lawyer to protect your rights and keep you out of jail.
Call Alan M. Liebowitz, Esq., at (201) 340-9338 for results-driven criminal defense.
Serving Clients in Bergen, Hudson & Passaic Counties
Disorderly persons crimes include:
- Simple assault
- Resisting arrest
- Possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Property theft of less than $200 value
- Bad checks
- Disorderly conduct
These low-level offenses require the help of an experienced attorney to
prevent your record from being tarnished. Once you are convicted of a
disorderly persons offense, you are not even eligible to have your record
expunged for five years. Far better to make sure the conviction never holds.
Contact Attorney Alan M. Liebowitz
Call our Englewood disorderly persons defense attorney or
contact us online to schedule your
free initial consultation today. We return calls immediately, and we are available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. Our offices are conveniently located near the George
Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel.
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