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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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What Happens if You Get a DUI on a Boat

Have you already been accused of boating DUI in NJ? If so, you need to take action quickly to protect yourself and your interests. Being convicted could impact your ability to drive and your freedom. Can You Get a DUI on a Boat? Yes, it’s against the law to operate a boat in New Jersey […]

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7 Casino Crimes to Avoid in Atlantic City

There’s a lot of fun in Atlantic City, but there’s also a lot of trouble. There’s temptation everywhere and most people can handle it, but some people can’t and end up with criminal charges. If you’re planning on going to Atlantic City, there’ll be plenty to do and see. But these seven casino crimes will […]

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Avoiding a Criminal Record After Charges Are Filed

You’ve been charged with a crime and you’re facing fines, jail time, and probation. Being found guilty of any serious crime in New Jersey will impact your ability to earn a living, possibly prevent you from seeing your children, and could have lifelong effects on your reputation. However, if you’re a candidate for a diversion […]

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What is Bail & How Does it Work in New Jersey?

Jail can be a scary place. Naturally, people don’t want to be there. That’s where bail comes in. After a person is arrested, they can pay bail to the court (depending on the crime), which is the cash equivalent that acts as collateral to get released from custody until a later court date. Bail is […]

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Can I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test in New Jersey?

Compared to the rest of the nation, New Jersey is tough on drunk drivers. If you are convicted of DWI in NJ, you will be facing mandatory fines, loss of license and potential jail time. Further, you’ll likely be forced to take, and pay for, drunk driving education courses. Of course, the best piece of […]

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