Disorderly Conduct Charge in Atlantic City Casino Hotel
What to do When Facing Disorderly Conduct Charges in NJ
Casinos can be places of high emotion. The consumption of alcohol is often encouraged by the establishment. While this may be done to make people feel more comfortable with gambling, it has the added effect of placing people in emotionally volatile states. This is especially true when difficult situations such as a losing night on the tables occur.
Disorderly conduct charges can be based on either speech or actions. Actions that create risk, annoyance or inconvenience for the public and that serve no legitimate purpose of their own can constitute disorderly conduct. Fighting is a common example of this. But, even mere speech can cause you to be facing disorderly conduct charges. The use of excessively loud, offensive or abusive language in public may be construed as disorderly conduct.
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I am criminal defense lawyer John W. Tumelty. I am a former Deputy Attorney General in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Division of Criminal Justice as well as an Assistant County Prosecutor for the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, Trial Section. I also am a New Jersey Supreme Court-certified criminal trial attorney. I use this wealth of experience to help my clients facing casino crimes charges secure the best possible outcomes to the situations they are facing.
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When you have been charged with disorderly conduct in a casino hotel, you need to ensure that your rights receive the full protection they deserve. My decades of experience and the knowledge I have acquired both as a prosecutor and as a criminal defense attorney allow me to provide my clients with an exceptional defense against criminal charges in Atlantic City, Cape May County or anywhere else in south Jersey.
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