Arrested at Gunnison Beach on Sandy Hook ? Your Job and Professional License May Be at Risk – Hire the Right NJ Criminal Lawyer to Protect Your Future.

New Jersey Criminal Lawyers Schwartz Posnock

The first thing that you may have realized after you were charged with an offense on Gunnison Beach at Sandy Hook, is that your case is a “federal case,” and that it will be heard in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in Newark. To make matters worse, if you are convicted of an offense occurring at Gunnison Beach, it cannot be expunged. As a result, your job and your professional license may be at risk.

You studied and worked hard to obtain your professional license as a teacher, nurse, physician, social worker, accountant, or pharmacist. You now have a great career as an information technology professional, or you may work in the financial sector. Corporate America has doubled down on background checks, and has implemented very high standards for employee conduct. It is not an overstatement to say that a conviction for a Gunnison Beach offense could have devastating consequences.

We think of beach season as a time to relax and enjoy time in the sun. Unfortunately, this is also a time of increased scrutiny and arrests, particularly at the Gateway National Recreation Area and Gunnison Beach, located in Sandy Hook, in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

The strategy in handling these cases is clear: If you are charged with an offense allegedly occurring at Gunnison Beach, it is imperative to pursuit the dismissal of the charges, entry into the federal diversion program, or to obtain full exoneration after a trial of the case.

Normally, arrests for such relatively minor offenses as lewdness (charged under the Code of Federal Regulations Section 36 C.F.R. 7.29c) and possession of small amounts of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol are resolved in the local state courts. However, Sandy Hook is different. Because it is federal property, any criminal conduct which occurs at Sandy Hook results in a federal criminal charge. This is why the your case will be defended in the United States District Court in Newark, New Jersey.

Since nude bathing is permitted on Gunnison Beach in Sandy Hook, there is a high incidence of suspected sexual activity as a result. Federal park rangers relentlessly scan the area for sexual conduct, using binoculars to focus on individuals in order to observe their actions. Rangers may be said to be pre-conditioned to seeing sexual activity when there actually is none. They also look for those using banned substances

These charges carry possible jail time, fines and penalties, and federal probation. Federal probation is vastly different and more difficult and intrusive than probation that is imposed in State Court. Further, as set forth above, federal criminal charges cannot be expunged. Because of these possible ramifications, and the effect that a conviction may have on your employment, school prospects, and your life generally, it is important that you hire an accomplished criminal defense attorney to fight for your rights in court. We have successfully defended many professionals – indeed, saved their careers – with our aggressive advocacy, informed by years of experience.

For individuals who are facing prosecution or sentencing in the federal District Courts of NJ, the NJ Municipal criminal or traffic courts, the Superior Courts of New Jersey, or who are appealing their criminal matters before the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the New Jersey Superior Court, NJ Appellate Division, or the Supreme Court of New Jersey, it is critical to have an experienced Federal, State and Municipal Court New Jersey criminal and traffic defense attorney represent you. The experienced criminal defense lawyers of Schwartz & Posnock appear in all Federal, State, Municipal criminal, and traffic courts in New Jersey, and have convenient locations in Monmouth County (Eatontown), Essex County (Livingston), Union County (Linden), and Middlesex County (East Brunswick). Call us at 732-544-1460 or email us at info@schwartzposnock.com to schedule an appointment.

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