Freehold Borough Lawyer

Firm Building PictureThere are many instances where you may find yourself in need of an attorney.  It may be related to a traffic or DWI offense, a criminal matter or issues related to an impending divorce.  Whatever your situation may be, the most important thing you can do is to find a lawyer you trust early in the situation.  The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca can advise you as to the best course of action given your particular set of circumstances.

Second Offense DWI Penalties

A conviction for a second DWI offense carries some serious penalties.  You will lose your license for up to two years and pay fines of up to $1,000.  Additionally, you may be sentenced to up to 90 days in jail and be required to perform 30 days of community service.  You will also be required to participate in the state’s Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC) program and pay the necessary fees.  You will be subject to the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device for one to three years.  This device is installed in your car and prevents the car’s operation if, when blown into, it registers a predetermined blood alcohol concentration.  You may also be subjected to additional fines and penalties.  If you have been charged with DWI, you should contact the experienced DWI attorneys at Villani & DeLuca for a free consultation by calling 732-965-3350 today.

Disorderly Conduct Charges in Monmouth County, NJ

Disorderly conduct is a charge in which police arrest someone for disturbing the public order.  In some states this is referred to as “disturbing the peace.”  A disorderly conduct charge often stems from behavior that is seen as violent or threatening, or which tends to cause public annoyance, alarm or inconvenience.  An example of action that could lead to a disorderly conduct charge in Freehold, NJ includes throwing objects, yelling obscenities or threatening violence.  Disorderly conduct charges have serious consequences and can result in serious fines, the loss of a driver’s license or a professional license and it can leave you with a criminal record.  If you have been charged with disorderly conduct, the experienced Freehold Borough Municipal Court attorneys at Villani & DeLuca can assist you in your defense.  Call us today at 732-965-3350 for a free consultation about your matter.

Getting Child Custody in Freehold, NJ

One of the most significant aspects of a divorce is determining who will retain custody of the children after the marriage is over.  There are two different types of custody: legal and physical.  Legal custody is the right to make major decisions about your child including decisions such as medical care and where a child attends school.  Physical custody refers to who your child lives with on a daily basis.  Many times the parties to a divorce will end up sharing legal custody with one parent being granted physical custody.  When deciding with which parent a child should reside, courts will look at what is in the best interest of the child or children involved.  In Freehold Borough, parties to a divorce where child custody is an issue will need to show why their claim for a specific custody arrangement benefits the child or children involved.  If you are involved in a divorce, you should contact a lawyer immediately.  The experienced Freehold Borough family law attorneys at Villani & DeLuca can ensure that your rights are being protected throughout the divorce process.

Experienced Freehold Borough Attorneys

The law firm of Villani & DeLuca represents clients throughout Ocean and Monmouth Counties.  Our attorneys have a wide range of experience in the practice areas of criminal defense, family law and DWI.  If you need an attorney to assist you in a criminal matter, a divorce or other family law matter or if you have been charged with drunk driving, you should contact an experienced Freehold Borough attorney for a free consultation by calling 732-965-3350.