Over the years the PNC Bank Art Center has become one of the most popular concert venues in all of New Jersey. Artists like Rod Stewart, Lady Antebellum, John Mayer, Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley, Korn, Sublime and will be performing at the PNC Bank Art Center in Holmdel this year. Over the years the Art Center has become well known for it rowdy crowds. As a result, the Holmdel Police Department and the New Jersey State Police have teamed up to try and decrease the uprise in crime. Some of the most popular charges levied at the PNC Bank Art Center include underage drinking, providing alcohol to minors, possession of marijuana, simple assault, aggravated assault, disorderly conduct and DWI. If you have been charged with the majority of the previously mentioned offenses then you will be forced to defend yourself in the Holmdel Municipal Court, which is located at 4 Crawfords Corner. It is probably located less than one mile from the PNC Bank Art Center. However, if you are charged with a more serious offense like aggravated assault, possession of cocaine, assault by auto or unlawful possession of a weapon than your charges will be transferred to the Monmouth County Superior Court, which is located in Freehold. If you have been charged with a criminal offense and are summonsed to appear in the Holmdel Municipal Court, the Keith Oliver Criminal Law can help. Regardless of the offense charged, these are serious matters, ones that if not handled properly could end up scaring you with a criminal record let alone exposing you to jail time. At Keith Oliver Criminal Law, we are well aware of the stress that most find themselves under when they are charged with a criminal offense. We understand that for most individuals charged with a criminal offense in Holmdel that this is there first ever contact with the criminal justice system. As such, we are dedicated to make this process as painless as possible. If you have been arrested and issued a summons for underage drinking, providing alcohol to minors, assault, DUI or any other offense for that matter at PNC Bank Art Center and you would like to speak with one of our Monmouth County Criminal Defense Attorneys then please contact us at (732)858-6959. Our office is located about three miles away from the Holmdel Municipal Court at 18 Kings Highway in Middletown. If you’d like, you can come into our office for a free face to face consultation. We can go over the specific facts of your case, formulate a game plan that works best for your needs and hopefully help alleviate the stress that you are currently feeling. Here is some more information on the PNC Bank Art Center and the Holmdel Municipal Court.
Underage Drinking Lawyer For PNC Bank Art Center Charge
By far one of the most common charges litigated in the Holmdel Municipal Court is underage drinking charges. Almost all of those offenses stem from individuals being charged at the PNC Bank Art Center. The governing statute in New Jersey for this offense is N.J.S.A. 2C:33-15. This offense is considered a disorderly persons offense in New Jersey. That is our version of a misdemeanor. In other words, if you are to be convicted of this offense you will be scared with a criminal record, issued a fine up to $1,000, potentially have your licenses suspended and pursuant to the statute, you would be facing up to six months in jail. Now jail time for this type of offense is beyond rare but the criminal record and the fine is a lot more realistic if the charges are not handled properly. If you or a loved one has been charged with underage drinking or providing alcohol to minors, the attorneys at Keith Oliver Criminal Law can help. For a free initial consultation, please contact us at (732) 858-6959.
Marijuana Lawyer for PNC Bank Art Center Charge
If you have been charged with a marijuana charge at PNC Bank Art Center you are not alone. This is a very common offense for concert goers. In fact, besides underage drinking this is probably the second most common offense. With crime on the rise, the PNC Bank Art Center has really picked up their patrolling of the area. In fact, a large majority of law enforcement that is working these concerts is actually undercover. If you have been charged with possessing marijuana under 50 grams in Holmdel then you will be forced to litigate your charges in the Holmdel Municipal Court. As stated earlier, that is at 4 Crawfords Corner. Just like underage drinking charges, this too is a disorderly persons offense. Anyone charged with this type of offense will be facing up to six months in the Monmouth County Jail, a fine up to $1,000, a criminal record and a potential six month loss of license. For more information on marijuana possession charges in Holmdel, please click the link.
Assault Charges in PNC Bank Art Center
PNC Bank Art Center has to deal with its fair share of assault charges each and every concert. New Jersey breaks down assault charges really into two separate categories, aggravated assault and simple assault. Simple assault charges are disorderly persons offenses in New Jersey. So they will be litigated in the Holmdel Municipal Court. Conversely, all aggravated assault charges will be litigated in the Monmouth County Superior Court which is located in Freehold. That is because all aggravated assault charges whether they be a second, third or fourth degree are felony offenses. For more information on aggravated assault charges in New Jersey, please click the link. For more information on simple assault charges in New Jersey please click the link as well.
Holmdel NJ Criminal Lawyers
Whether you have been charged with simple assault, aggravated assault, DWI, DUI, possession of marijuana or possession of cocaine, the attorneys at Keith Oliver Criminal Law can help. We are well aware of what is on the line when an individual is charged with a criminal offense. As such, we will aggressively challenge the evidence presented against you in order to help assure that these charges do not affect your life going forward. If you would like to speak with one of our Holmdel Criminal Defense Attorneys today then please contact us at (732) 858-6959. We are available around the clock to help assist in anyway that we can.