PNC Bank Arts Center Criminal Defense & DWI Attorneys

During the summer months, PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey really heats up. With a constant string of concerts held at this outdoor venue, a fun night out sometimes goes a little too far. PNC draws large crowds often resulting in a high consumption of alcohol and drugs.

The most common charges concertgoers find themselves facing after attending a concert at PNC are DWI, disorderly conduct, possession of drugs and underage drinking. All of these matters are typically prosecuted in Holmdel Municipal Court. The attorneys of LS&P Lawyers appear in Municipal Courts throughout New Jersey, including Holmdel on a frequent basis. If you have been charged with one of these offenses or any other, you shouldn’t handle the situation alone. Hiring a knowledgeable attorney is important to the outcome of the case. At LS&P Lawyers, we provide the quality legal advice and representation of a large law firm with the affordability and personal approach of a small firm. We understand that these types of situations often arise at night and on the weekends; that’s why we always have an attorney available 24/7 to speak with you immediately.

The Holmdel police and New Jersey State Troopers are on high alert during these concerts. They heavily patrol the parking lot, exits and venue itself. They often catch people while tailgating before the concert, on the lawn during the concert, or while leaving after the concert is over.

DWI’s are routinely issued at PNC. The police essentially lay in wait for concertgoers to leave the venue and often set up checkpoints for you to pass through. At LS&P Lawyers we have an attorney certified in DWI defense. He has taken and been certified in the same training courses that the State Police must take to perform Field Sobriety Tests and the Alcotest Machine. If you were arrested for DWI at PNC Bank Arts Center or in Holmdel, New Jersey call us to schedule a free consultation. We will aggressively defend your rights in court.

In addition to DWI, many people are arrested for disorderly conduct (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-2) at the PNC Bank Arts Center. A disorderly conduct conviction can have serious implications and consequences including fines, fees, mandatory community service, probation and in some cases jail time.

An experienced attorney, such as the ones at LS&P Lawyers can argue to have your charges downgraded, conditionally discharged or possibly even dismissed. We have also been successful in getting our clients favorable dispositions. For example, we have had great success getting our clients admitted into the PTI (Pre-trial Intervention) program. If you successfully complete the program then you will not have a criminal conviction on your record.

Call us at LS&P Lawyers to arrange a free consultation to discuss your case. Don’t go at it alone, let us help!