“What’s the difference between a municipal ordinance violation and a disorderly persons charge?”
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Sometimes people receive a violation or a ticket and they don’t necessarily understand what they’re facing. A disorderly persons offense is a criminal charge, and a municipal ordinance violation is not. This is obviously important, because each ticket/violation needs to be handled differently. If you’re not sure what you’re facing, feel free to call us for more information about your case.
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