Municipal Criminal Offenses

Villani and DeLuca, P.C. is a law firm located in Point Pleasant Beach with experienced attorneys including a former municipal prosecutor with over 20 years experience representing individuals charged with criminal and motor vehicle offenses. We pride ourselves on providing each client personal attention in analyzing the unique facts of each case to provide the most effective representation under the particular circumstances. If you or a family member have been charged or are being investigated for a criminal or motor vehicle offense contact Partner Carmine R. Villani, Esq. of Villani and DeLuca at 732-965-3350 for an immediate appointment.

Disorderly persons offenses are charges that are not indictable and are generally heard in Municipal Court. Disorderly persons offenses can carry up to a six (6) month jail term. Petty disorderly persons offenses can carry up to a thirty (30) day jail term. Even though these matters are not indictable or subject to Grand Jury review, a conviction for certain disorderly persons offenses can have an impact on your criminal record and employment.

Municipal Criminal Offenses We Defend

Violation of any of the following statutes can be considered a disorderly persons offense: {Note: this is not a complete list but represents some of the more common offenses}

Get a Free Consultation on Municipal Criminal Offenses

Contact Villani & DeLuca, P.C. today at 732-965-3350 for a free initial consultation.  An attorney is available 24 hours a day every day of the year.  The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. have over 100 years of combined experience in Monmouth County and Ocean County New Jersey.

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