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Criminal Defense Attorney: Disorderly Conduct

New Brunswick, NJ

Being charged with Disorderly Conduct in New Brunswick is a disruptive and personally difficult event. A disorderly conduct conviction will result in a criminal record and may adversely affect your future employment, your position in your community, and how others perceive you.

You may be subject to a summons from the New Brunswick police for disorderly conduct under several circumstances, the most common of which involves alcohol consumption (N.J.S. 2C:33-2). A disorderly conduct conviction results in a criminal record.

As your advocate in this difficult time, the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder are sensitive to how a charge or an arrest affects you. We promise that you will receive the most diligent and rigorous defense. Our firm's reputation is built upon our integrity, our track record, and our knowledge of the New Brunswick court system.

Our practice is distinguished by its many years of experience in criminal defense in New Brunswick. It cannot be overemphasized: Experience is the most fundamentally important quality you should pursue in an attorney. Contact the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder, 24/7, at (732) 937-9100.

The Law Offices of Todd B. Eder encourage you to contact us to examine your case and to discuss representation. Our firm also represents the accused in the following areas of state and municipal criminal defense.

Possession of Drugs & Marijuana Charges

The drug possession laws applicable in New Brunswick is N.J.S. 2C:35-10 and the drug paraphernalia possession statute is N.J.S. 2C:36-1. A drug possession conviction in New Brunswick carries mandatory fines and assessments, as well as a six month license suspension and possible probation, including random drug testing.

The Law Offices of Todd B. Eder are skilled at challenging the police procedures employed during initial interaction and subsequent arrest, and will aggressively defend your charges. Contact the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder, 24/7, at (732) 937-9100.

Resisting Arrest Charge

Any action to hinder or resist an arrest in New Brunswick can result in the issuance of a summons under N.J.S. 2C:29-2. A resisting arrest defense involves a determined evaluation of the procedures employed by the police at the time of the arrest, and whether their determination of resistance was justified.

A resisting arrest conviction will result in a criminal record.

Many aspects of this charge are subjective and may be challenged on interpretations of the events and whether force was used unduly by the officers at the arrest. Let the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder be your advocate. Contact the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder, 24/7, at (732) 937-9100.

Drinking Underage

In New Brunswick , a conviction for drinking underage results in a criminal record and may also result in a six month drivers license suspension, under N.J.S.A. 2C:33-15. It is a serious offense that can result in fines up to $1,000 and/or up to 6 months imprisonment

Additionally, adults who break New Brunswick underage drinking laws can be liable for injuries to third parties and can be subjected to criminal prosecution as well.

The court system in New Brunswick takes underage drinking very seriously. Contact the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder, 24/7, at (732) 937-9100.

DUI

NJSA 39:4-50, Driving while Intoxicated (DUI), is a serious charge that can have a significant impact on your life. A first offense conviction in New Brunswick will result in suspension of your driving privileges, a substantial fine, and may require the installation of an ignition interlock system, and potentially jail time. Any subsequent convictions in New Brunswick will result in significant loss of driving privileges, mandatory participation in rehabilitation programs, installation of an ignition interlock system and imprisonment. These convictions will permanently appear on your driving record and will result in significant increases to your automobile insurance.

The Law Offices of Todd B. Eder will review your field sobriety tests, breath tests (Alcotest 7110) and any blood tests, assess your previous record, and make objective determinations regarding your defense. Our experience and knowledge of the New Brunswick court system assures you the most effective defense available. Attorney Todd B. Eder's experience assures you the most astute and knowledgeable counsel available in the area. Contact the Law Offices of Todd B. Eder, 24/7, at (732) 937-9100.

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182 Ryders Ln
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
Phone: 732.937.9100
Fax: 732.937.9110
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