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Criminal Lawyer, John Tumelty represented Helena Hendricks, who was charged with first degree murder in Atlantic County Superior Court. The defendant faced a number of additional charges, including armed robbery, conspiracy and possession of a handgun for an unlawful purpose. At the conclusion of a jury trial that lasted three weeks, the defendant was found "not guilty" of all charges.

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6 Types of Drug Crimes in NJ

Prosecutors in New Jersey can be absolutely ruthless when it comes to drug crimes. No matter what your situation was when you were arrested, you can receive severe penalties (harsh prison sentences, long stays at rehab facilities, large fines, etc.) and a record that’s permanently ruined. If you’re charged with any of the following crimes, […]

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3 Reasons To Request an Attorney if You Get Arrested

The moment you’re facing criminal charges of any kind in New Jersey (or even if you suspect you’re being investigated in a criminal case), your first action should be to call a criminal defense attorney. You’ve probably heard the term “lawyer up” before. It’s your right to request a lawyer and “remain silent.” As soon […]

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NJ DUI Penalties for First, Second, & Third Offenses

The holiday season is coming soon. Thanksgiving is only weeks away and before you know it, we’ll be enjoying many festive gatherings. If one thing is certain; car accidents increase this time of the year. One big reason for increased accidents is the bad winter weather, but the other main culprit is alcohol. Drinking and […]

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Top DWI/DUI Myths

If you’re facing a DWI or DUI charge in New Jersey, you’ve probably heard several myths about your rights or what to do now that you’re charged with drunk or otherwise impaired driving. Here are some of the top DWI/DUI myths:

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What Happens If I Accidentally Commit A Crime?

You accidentally commit a crime, but fortunately, no one was hurt in the process and there was no damage to any property. So what happens next after a crime has been accidentally committed?

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