If you or someone you love is facing a disorderly persons offense, commonly known as disorderly conduct, you should seek legal assistance. While this is generally considered a minor offense, it can still come with various penalties that negatively affect your life. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., we are ready to help. Our New Jersey disorderly persons offenses attorney will get to the bottom of your case and work to build your defense. Our goal is to get this charge dismissed altogether so you can get back to living your life.
When you turn to the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., you are putting your case in the hands of three decades of experience. We have handled every case and are well-versed in disorderly persons offenses.
Your New Jersey disorderly persons offenses attorney is your advocate in a disorderly persons offenses case and will get to work investigating all aspects of your charge. You are innocent until proven guilty. Your attorney will:
Disorderly persons charges are the most common cases outside of motor vehicle offenses that end up in front of the municipal court. However, just because this is a relatively minor offense does not mean it is without consequences. A petty disorderly conduct charge can lead to:
In addition to the statute and administrative penalties, you could be facing a mark on your criminal record that is hard to get off. A criminal record can affect your ability to get a job, rent a home, or attend school. If you need help clearing your record, contact our New Jersey indictable crimes attorney. We will create a case that may remedy your legal standing.
If you or someone you care about is facing a disorderly persons charge, please take it seriously. By securing an attorney, you are ensuring that you will be properly defended in court. While this is a relatively minor charge, it can still have negative consequences in your life, including a mark on your criminal record. At the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano, P.C., we will get to work as soon as we take your case. Let our New Jersey disorderly persons offenses attorney help now. You can contact the Law Offices of Steven A. Varano for a free consultation by clicking here or calling (973) 256-1414.