Disorderly Persons Offense Attorney In Camden County

It Isn't Charged In Criminal Court, But It Can Impact Your Life

As with any other violation of the law, disorderly persons offenses have consequences. In New Jersey, a disorderly persons offense is defined as a violation of the law that could result in an incarceration period of one year or less. Other legal penalties include fines, probation and community service. In addition, there are ancillary consequences that could impact your life.

"Your case is important to me. I am committed to providing every client with strong representation and responsive service." — Gary H. Lomanno

At the Law Office of Gary H. Lomanno, LLC, every case is considered serious. Attorney Gary Lomanno will do everything he can under the law to work toward reducing or dismissing the charges. You can trust his determined resolve and more than 20 years of experience to help you close a door on a difficult situation in your life.

Located in Camden County, attorney Gary Lomanno represents individuals throughout South Jersey.

Experienced Representation For Any Offense

Prosecutors have discretion to charge an offense in Municipal or Criminal Court. This decision is based on the circumstances of the case. Situations involving lower monetary damages, lesser drug amounts or minor injuries may result in a disorderly persons offense.

Gary H. Lomanno can help you resolve any disorderly persons offense, including:

  • Possession of marijuana and/or drug paraphernalia
  • Improper use of prescription drugs, including storing medications in something other than the labeled bottle
  • Theft offenses
  • Shoplifting
  • Fraudulent credit card use
  • Simple assault
  • Domestic violence, including related final restraining orders
  • Harassment
  • Hindering or obstructing justice; examples include lying to police or using false ID at a bar

Talk To A Lawyer About Your Options | Free Initial Consultations

If you have been charged with a disorderly persons offense, you have options. Discuss them with Gary H. Lomanno. Schedule your first appointment by calling 856-344-3586. You can also submit your information online.