Casino Trespassing And Disorderly Conduct

If you are facing charges for trespassing or disorderly conduct in a casino, it is important that you take the matter seriously. There are a number of significant offenses that come under the umbrella of trespassing and disorderly conduct, and a conviction can have substantial consequences, including a criminal record.

I am Steven Feldman and as an Atlantic City casino trespassing and disorderly conduct attorney, I provide comprehensive defense representation to clients throughout South Jersey in a wide variety of these cases. My extensive experience and complete understanding of the law in these matters, and other types of casino crimes, allows me to take a much more proactive approach to protecting your rights.

Skillful Representation In Casino-Related Offenses

Many people do not realize that the theft of chips, checks or markers is a criminal offense. Depending on the amount of money alleged to have been taken, charges can be brought in both the superior court and the municipal court and can result in jail time of a period between six months and 10 years. Many people who are convicted of these offenses are banned from the casino where the offense took place and can be charged with trespassing if they return.

When you hire the Law Office of Steven J. Feldman, I personally will work closely with you to understand the incident that led to your arrest and conduct a thorough review of the evidence that the prosecution intends to use against you. I present the strongest possible defense on your behalf and pursue every available option in an effort to obtain the best available outcome.

Contact The Law Office Of Steven J. Feldman

Contact my office to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer about your casino trespassing or disorderly conduct charge. You can reach me at any time by calling 609-272-8989 or toll free at 866-425-7947. You can also contact me via email.