Have You Been Arrested at a PNC Bank Arts Center Event?

People in Monmouth County and throughout New Jersey love their art and music. If you have ever driven by the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel on a weekend, you may have seen the enormous crowds waiting to see the latest show.

It wasn't so long ago that listening to Rock and Roll music was almost enough to get you arrested. In modern-day New Jersey, the music isn't the problem anymore — but you still may be arrested at or near the Arts Center or any music venue.

Big crowds can mean real money for municipal law enforcement budgets. While police work is not supposed to be done by quota, it's hard to ignore that traffic tickets and fines for disorderly persons offenses underpin some municipal budgets. If you were arrested or ticketed at the Arts Center, we can help. Contact us online or call 732-242-3656 right away.

Your Ticket or Summons May Invite You to Pay the Fine. Don't Do It.

A ticket or summons you receive after an event at the PNC Bank Arts Center may give you the option of paying a specified fine or challenging the charges at the Holmdel Municipal Court located at 4 Crawfords Corner Road. What may not be clear is that paying the fine is legally an admission of guilt. Even though your charge may seem minor, it can have a very negative effect on you in the long term.

Don't pay that fine, and don't try to handle this yourself. The stakes are higher than you think.

At the Law Firm of Maria D. Noto, P.C., we take the defense of municipal and traffic offenses seriously because even one night in jail can do a lot of damage to your life. Founding attorney Maria Noto is board certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a criminal trial lawyer, with an exceptional degree of experience, and she is available to represent you.

We have successfully resolved many cases involving disorderly persons offenses and traffic tickets charged near the PNC Bank Arts Center (formerly known as the Garden State Arts Center). Typical offenses we have seen people charged with include:

  • Underage drinking
  • Public intoxication
  • Possession of marijuana
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Possession of drugs in a motor vehicle
  • Assault
  • Resisting arrest
  • DUI or other traffic violations

Contact Us Now for an Initial Consultation

Contact the Law Firm of Maria D. Noto, P.C., today for an consultation. Call us now at 732-242-3656 or fill out our online form and we will respond promptly. Our offices are located in Matawan but we handle cases throughout Monmouth County and statewide, and we can arrange to met you where and when it is most convenient. We speak Spanish, French and Italian.