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PNC Bank Arts Center

Criminal Lawyer in Monmouth County, New Jersey

PNC Bank Arts Center Criminal LawyerPNC Bank Arts Center is a hub of activity, hosting some of the most celebrated performance artists in the world. Each year, fans and their friends flock to PNC Bank Arts Center to watch their favorite artists perform live at the gorgeous amphitheater located in Holmdel, New Jersey. Although fun and festivities are the primary focus at Monmouth County’s PNC, the presence of thousands of people, alcohol, and drugs, often leads to arrests and criminal charges. In fact, concertgoers are arrested and charged every year with crimes such as underage drinking, disorderly conduct, simple assault, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest, and driving while intoxicated (DWI). Many times, these charges are based on a misunderstanding or are simply unfounded. When you are arrested at PNC Bank Arts Center, it is essential to aggressively protect your rights and your innocence. With the help of an experienced Monmouth County criminal defense lawyer, you can do just that and position yourself for the best possible outcome.

As a seasoned criminal defense lawyer, Tara Breslow has achieved countless victories on behalf of clients in Holmdel, Freehold, Toms River, Seaside Heights, and throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties. Her experience as a former public defender in Union and Monmouth counties, as well as New Jersey Federal Court, underscores her passion for protecting the rights of the accused. Ms. Breslow will conduct an intensive investigation of your case and work with you to develop the most effective defense strategy. She frequently achieves outright dismissals at trial, and when this in not a viable option, she secures her clients favorable results through negotiated pleas to lesser charges or municipal ordinance violations and enrollment in diversionary programs such as Conditional Dismissal or Conditional Discharge. When you enlist Tara, you are informed and engaged through every step of the legal process until your case is resolved. For additional information and a cost-free consultation, contact Ms. Breslow’s Monmouth County offices today.

Arrests at PNC Bank Arts Center

PNC Bank Arts Center, located in Holmdel in Monmouth County, New Jersey, has been named among the Top 5 theaters in America. The picturesque venue first opened in 1968 and has a maximum seating capacity of 17,500. In addition, the theater opens up to a massive grassy area that hosts another 10,500 people. With such a large quantity of people in this condensed space, as well as the increased prevalence of drugs and alcohol, officers from the Holmdel Police Department and the New Jersey State Police heavily patrol PNC and the surrounding areas, arresting and prosecuting violators to the fullest extent of the law.

Arrests occur in the amphitheater itself, in the parking lot among tailgaters, at the entrances and exits, and on the roadways as concertgoers leave. Some of the most common offenses that lead to arrests at PNC Bank Arts Center, include:

Holmdel Municipal Court Information

If you are an adult arrested at PNC Bank Arts Center, you will likely be required to appear in Holmdel Municipal Court. Holmdel Municipal Court is located at 4 Crawfords Corner Road, Holmdel, New Jersey, 07733. The court office can be directly at 732-946-2820. Court hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The court administrator is Mary Lou Donnelly.

For additional information related to Holmdel Municipal Court, access the Holmdel Municipal Court website.

Juvenile Charges at PNC Bank Arts Center

If you are taken into custody for a juvenile offense at PNC Bank Arts Center, your case will be adjudicated in the Family Division of the Monmouth County Superior Court. The Family Division is located on the lower level in the South Wing of the Monmouth County Court House, which is located at 71 Monument Park, Freehold, New Jersey, 07728. To contact the Juvenile Section of the Family Division, call 732-677-4096.

For additional information about the Monmouth County Superior Court Family Division, access the following link: Family Division.

Contact a Holmdel NJ Criminal and DWI Defense Lawyer for a Free Consultation

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, criminal defense lawyer Tara Breslow can help. For the last decade, Ms. Breslow has been vigorously defending the rights of the accused in courts across Monmouth and Ocean counties. Contact her offices in Red Bank today to begin building your best defense.

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