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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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4 Examples of Disorderly Conduct in NJ Casinos

Excitement, tension, and alcohol can lead to disastrous results. This volatile cocktail can often be found in casinos in Atlantic City, and it lands many people in jail. If you’re enjoying a trip to any casino, there’s nothing wrong with loosening up with some alcohol and having a good time. However, you should avoid these […]

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Basics of Criminal Law

Many who think they understand criminal defense really only know what they’ve seen on television or in movies. While television and movies do a good job of getting the story across, they don’t touch on everything that would happen in a real-life case. If you’ve been arrested and are facing charges for a crime, the […]

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The Right to Evidence Disclosure in Criminal Discovery

In the same way that laws and penalties govern our people, there are rules in place that need to be adhered to once someone commits a crime. The justice system has procedures in place with rules that govern how to decide if an accused is guilty or not. One of the rules is that a […]

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6 Types of Drug Charges In New Jersey

If you get charged with a drug offense, you need to hire a great criminal defense attorney. Drug offense convictions can lead to jail time and a criminal record, both of which can ruin your life. The following are six types of drug charges in New Jersey that’ll require an attorney to help you fight. […]

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5 Reasons Not To Drink And Drive In New Jersey

Getting a DWI isn’t a criminal offense in New Jersey. That being said, don’t drink and drive. It’s still a bad decision that can have awful consequences. The most obvious one, you could die or end up killing someone else. Even if you don’t cause any physical harm to yourself or others, there are still […]

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