Cape May City DWI Lawyer
John Tumelty, Criminal Lawyer & Former Prosecutor
Cape May City is a busy municipal court during the summer and fall months. With all of the shopping, restaurants, and Victorian history, Cape May City stays pretty busy all year-round, especially on weekends. The Cape May City Police Department makes several arrests each year for DWI offenses.
A lot of people drive into Cape May City at night for the restaurants, boardwalk, & liquor establishments. Unfortunately, there is only one bridge into and out of Cape May. The Cape May City police are very active in patrolling the streets that lead to the bridge. Typically, Cape May police stop a vehicle leaving the city late at night. If the police officer smells alcohol on the driver’s breath, he will order the driver out of the car to perform field sobriety tests. This frequently results in an arrest for DWI.
Cape May City DWI Attorney, John W. Tumelty focuses on persons charged with DWI offenses in Cape May. Attorney Tumelty is a former state prosecutor and former assistant county prosecutor. Mr. Tumelty has been practicing criminal law and DWI law in Cape May for 30 years. Mr. Tumelty is a New Jersey certified criminal trial attorney.
The Cape May City Municipal Court is located at 643 Washington Street, Cape May. The court administrator is Mary T. Perkins. The presiding judge is Honorable Louis J. Belasco, Jr. The municipal court prosecutor is Frank L. Corrado, Esquire. The court’s phone number is 609-884-9525.
If you have been arrested and charged with a DWI offense in Cape May City, please do not hesitate to contact the Law Offices of John W. Tumelty. Mr. Tumelty is available 24/7 to discuss your case and a defense strategy for avoiding a DWI conviction and loss of license. Call now for your free consultation at 609-390-4600.
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