New Jersey Disorderly Conduct Charges – Video
How do I fight a disorderly conduct charge in New Jersey?
Handling Disorderly Conduct Cases in Hoboken, East Rutherford, Holmdel NJ
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This page covers one out of our two courtroom strategies that apply to New Jersey disorderly conduct charges. We also have methods to beat this case type that can be found in our “Top 5 Ways To Beat Criminal Charges” series.
One of the possible ways to beat a disorderly conduct charge in New Jersey is called a “carry order”. This is where the prosecutor and judge agree to carry the case for 60 or 90 days for the defendant to complete counseling (whether it be anger management counseling or alcohol counseling). Then, if the defendant returns to court with proof of the counseling sessions being completed and the defendant has remained arrest free during that 60 or 90 day period, the charges will be dismissed. This will allow the defendant to avoid a criminal conviction on their record, a fine, possible probation, and jail time.
The criminal defense attorneys at the Tormey Law Firm LLC have been handling criminal cases in New Jersey for many years including disorderly conduct cases in Morristown, Hoboken, East Rutherford, and Holmdel. Many of these cases arise based on alcohol related incidents at concerts, sporting events, or parades. Contact our offices now for immediate assistance at 201-556-1571. The initial consultation is always provided free of charge.
If you’ve been charges with disorderly conduct in New Jersey, we strongly recommend that you check out these resources to prepare yourself for your day in court.
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