With Large Crowds and Traffic, Belmar Police Will See Disorderly Conduct
Belmar, this weekend, will host the 26th Annual Seafood Festival, which is sure to bring large crowds and possibly disorderly conduct. Anytime large crowds gather, Belmar police are on high alert. Disorderly conduct is a “catch all” charge that can be written to abate a lot of different types of behavior. In general, disorderly conduct is written in Belmar when there is a disturbance of the public peace. Disorderly conduct can mean, fighting, threatening, using loud and offensive behavior, and other disturbances. If you are charged with disorderly conduct in Belmar during the seafood festival, you may face a fine of $500.00, possible jail time, and fines and other penalties.
Heavy Traffic At Seafood Festival May Lead To Motor Vehicle Violations In Belmar
Due the amount of motor vehicle traffic, Belmar will most likely see an increase in traffic violations during the Seafood Festival. Police officers may write charges for failing to yield to a pedestrian, speeding, failure to observe traffic signs, and even careless or reckless driving. These are very common offenses and you may have the opportunity to mitigate the penalties of each in a court appearance. Many of the offenses come with drivers license points which can have an adverse effect on your car insurance premiums.
Call Villani & DeLuca If You Have Been Charged With Disorderly Conduct In Belmar
You do not have to plead guilty and pay a fine or worse if you have been charged with disorderly conduct or a motor vehicle violation. The attorneys of Villani & DeLuca often defend clients in Belmar Municipal Court. Call 732-456-6510 today for a free initial consultation.