$1.5 million in medical bills erased through bankruptcy
Criminal charges dropped to town ordinance
On New Year's Eve, some partygoers from Texas were having a little too much fun at Harrahs Casino in Atlantic City. A drunken scuffle ensued and 4 people were charged under New Jersey's Criminal Code (Title 2C) with a variety of charges for allegedly assaulting others and for engaging in disorderly conduct. Villamor Law represented all 4 partygoers in court and had their charges dropped to making too much noise in public, a violation of a local city law (an ordinance). The punishment was just a small fine. No jail. No probation. No community service. Just a fine, and they'll have to stay away from Harrah's Casino for a bit.