Arrested at the PNC Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey? Don’t Overlook the Consequences of a Conviction – You Need to Protect Your Future.

New Jersey Criminal Lawyers Schwartz Posnock

Background checks are pervasive these days. Employers are screening job candidates for even the most minor convictions, especially if the job involves highly sensitive work, such as in the information technology and financial industries. Colleges and universities are also very interested in whether their applicants for the next years’ class have been in trouble with the law over the summer.

Many of those arrested at the PNC Arts Center in Holmdel are high school and college age students. Most have never been arrested or cited before In handling cases from the PNC Arts Center for the last 25 years, we have protected many young professionals, college students, and recent high school grads from the potentially devastating consequences of having even a minor conviction on their record.

You need to know that the New Jersey State Police are out in force at these events. They are in plain clothes and they commonly walking through the parking lots before and after the shows looking for people who are drinking and smoking marijuana. Certain acts appearing at the Arts Center draw more of an undercover police response. On a typical night, the charges filed against concert-goers are for underage drinking, public intoxication, driving while intoxicated, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled dangerous substances, possession with intent to distribute and distribution of controlled dangerous substances, possession of drugs in a motor vehicle, disorderly conduct, public urination, resisting arrest, and other Municipal Court and Superior Court offenses. Traffic tickets are frequently issued for those leaving the PNC Bank Arts Center after a show.

Those charged as a result of an arrest at the PNC Bank Art Center face ordinance violations, disorderly persons offenses, and juvenile court or criminal charges, resulting in a trip to the Holmdel Municipal Court, or even, at times, the Monmouth County, New Jersey Superior Court in Freehold.

A criminal conviction can significantly impact you or your child’s college or employment prospects, as well as the ability to drive. If you are a licensed professional, conviction of many of these crimes can affect your livelihood and your license. As a result, it is particularly important that you engage an experienced criminal defense attorney to combat the charges against you or your child.

For individuals who are facing prosecution or sentencing in the Holmdel, New Jersey Municipal Court, other NJ Municipal criminal or traffic courts, the New Jersey Juvenile Courts, the Superior Courts of New Jersey, or who are appealing their criminal matters before the New Jersey Superior Court, NJ Appellate Division, or the Supreme Court of New Jersey, it is critical to have an experienced state and Municipal Court New Jersey criminal and traffic defense attorney represent you. The experienced criminal defense lawyers of Schwartz & Posnock appear in all State and Municipal criminal and traffic courts throughout the State of 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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