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Mr. Tumelty represented Helena Hendricks, who was charged with first degree murder in Atlantic County Superior Court. The defendant faced a number of additional charges, including armed robbery, conspiracy and possession of a handgun for an unlawful purpose. At the conclusion of a jury trial that lasted three weeks, the defendant was found "not guilty" of all charges.

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What You Need to Know About New Jersey’s New Weed Law

In 2021, New Jersey led the way when it enacted a new marijuana law that decriminalized the adult use of cannabis. Now, after a year, a New Jersey marijuana lawyer can guide you through what the new weed law means for you.  If you are facing weed law charges, contact the Law Offices of John […]

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What is Disorderly Conduct? 4 Important Things to Know

Disorderly conduct is somewhat of a vague charge. A lot of people have heard about it, but they don’t actually know what it means specifically. The problem with that is a conviction can lead to serious consequences—we’re talking six months in jail! 4 Things to Know About Disorderly Conduct in New Jersey You can be […]

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When Misdemeanors Become Felony Charges

Any kind of criminal charge should be taken seriously. Whether the infraction was big or small, it’s always important to fight for a proper case. That said, some criminal charges hold a much heavier weight than others. One of the best examples of this is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony. Both charges […]

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Criminal Assault—What You Need to Know

A general definition for criminal assault is an act that threatens someone with physical harm. The word “threatens” is important because it highlights that physical harm doesn’t need to happen for it to be considered criminal assault. Now, criminal assault specifics can vary a bit from state to state, so a local criminal defense attorney […]

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Bail Reduction Hearings 101

If you’ve been accused of a crime in New Jersey and you’re not sure of the next steps, you may be hearing information about a bail reduction hearing or the setting of bail. You need to request the bail reduction hearing if you believe that the bail assessed in your case is unreasonable.

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