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Mr. 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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5 Penalties People Face When Charged With Underage Gambling

Gambling is fun, but you need to be at least 21-years-old to do it in Atlantic County, New Jersey. This can be confusing in casinos since people are technically allowed inside the casino if they’re under 21 as long as they’re not on the gambling floor. This means that if you happen to be in […]

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The Top 3 Questions To Help Beat DWI Charges

If you get pulled over and blow a .08 or higher during a breathalyzer test, you’ll be charged with a DWI. If you get convicted of a DWI, you could go to jail or lose your driver’s license. The likelihood of getting a conviction is much higher if you try to represent yourself. Unless you’ve […]

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Different Types of Business Fraud

Among the most serious of white collar crimes is business fraud. Business fraud can take many forms and the charges could lead to a criminal conviction that can follow you for the rest of your life. Your reputation, employment, and future employability are all at stake when you are accused of business fraud.  Most cases […]

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Home-Based Gun Shops in New Jersey

Rising concerns during this time have caused many reactions across our state, region, and nation. Empty aisles in supermarkets with everyday items like toilet paper and bottles of water are nearly impossible to find. Whether it is panic or precaution, we find ourselves purchasing the essentials we feel we need to stay comforted and, more […]

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Can Sexting Get You in Trouble with the Feds?

Sexting, in some cases, is against federal law. Depending on the circumstances involved, it is a federal crime to use a computer to distribute or receive images of child pornography. In this case, child porn can be defined as any document that explicitly shows a minor engaging in a sexual act. Further, promoting or soliciting […]

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