Underage Gambling Lawyer in Cape May County
In the state of New Jersey, it is illegal for underage individuals to gamble in casinos and in private locations around the state. Underage gambling is treated very seriously by law enforcement officials and prosecutors, and the penalties, even for first-time offenders, can be significant. Even an underage person who is on the casino floor can be charged with a crime that could end up as a permanent mark on a criminal record. I am John W. Tumelty, and I have practiced criminal defense in Atlantic City, Cape May County and across the state of New Jersey. For more than 30 years, I have prosecuted and defended individuals on a wide range of criminal charges, including underage gambling and other juvenile crimes.
If you are being charged with underage gambling, or your child is facing such a serious charge, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Underage Gambling Attorney
The penalty for underage gambling in New Jersey may include a significant fine – up to $1,000 – as well as driver’s license suspension, probation, community service and jail time in some cases. A criminal conviction of underage gambling will end up on the individual’s criminal record, meaning that this kind of charge should be treated seriously.
I have the experience and skill to fully address these charges and to build a defense that will protect your rights and the rights of your loved ones.
Learn About Underage Gambling Offenses in New Jersey
If you or a loved one has been arrested for underage gambling in New Jersey, call me today to discuss what I can do to defend you against criminal charges. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling me at 609-390-4600.