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Drunk Driver Tailgates the Wrong Guy…a Cop

April 26th, 2017

In order to pull you over, a law enforcement officer must have reasonable suspicion to believe that you have violated the law in some way. Often, drunk drivers are initially pulled over for erratic and unlawful driving behaviors, such as swerving, speeding, or even driving the wrong way. One New Jersey woman found herself behind […]

Celebrity Car Used in Shooting – Could this Happen to You?

April 18th, 2017

Imagine the police showing up at your door and telling you that your car was used in a crime. Your first fear will likely be that you may be somehow associated with the criminal act or that you may be suspected of being involved. This recently happened to one of the Real Housewives of New […]

6 Tips for When You’re Pulled Over for a DWI

April 12th, 2017

Have You Had Anything to Drink? 6 Tips for When You’re Pulled Over for a DWI Law enforcement officers throughout the state of New Jersey are constantly on the lookout for drunk drivers. If you are pulled over and an officer suspects that you are under the influence of alcohol, he or she will try […]

Are You One of the Millions of Americans That Has Received A Traffic Ticket?

April 3rd, 2017

Here’s What to Do… Certain statistics estimate that about 41 million drivers receive speeding tickets on an annual basis in the United States, which is more than 112,000 drivers per day. In addition, many more drivers are cited for traffic violations other than speeding, which can include: Failing to use a turn signal Improper passing […]

Many are Not Happy about New Handgun Permits

March 29th, 2017

With the repeated reports of gun violence across the country, many Americans want to make it more difficult for an individual to lawfully purchase and possess a firearm. Therefore, it should be no surprise that many people in New Jersey are criticizing new action taken by Governor Christie regarding handgun permits in our state. New […]

Before You Travel, Think About Security Checkpoints

March 21st, 2017

In order to board a plane, you are required to follow strict protocols, which include showing proper identification, going through security checkpoints, and ensuring your carry-on bags are free from prohibited items. In most cases, if you accidentally have a prohibited item – such as a liquid or gel over 3.4 ounces – the Transportation […]

Campus Party Gone Chaotic

March 15th, 2017

Several Charged with Disorderly Conduct College is an important time in the lives of many young people. Ideally, college kids will learn about important subjects while having fun and experiencing life on their own. Unfortunately, many college students do not yet have a mature sense of judgment and can get into trouble in a variety […]

What Does “Intent to Operate” Mean in a New Jersey DWI Case?

March 7th, 2017

Most people are aware of the fact that if you are pulled over while you are driving and an officer determines that you are drunk, you will likely be accused of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). But did you know you could be arrested for DWI even if you are outside of your car and have […]

1 Year Ago it was Carrots, Now…Watermelons

March 1st, 2017

Drug Dealers & Smugglers Get Creative With Fruit A significant percentage of the illegal drugs sold and consumed in the United States are brought in from overseas, and drug smugglers are constantly coming up with new ways in order to get drugs into the United States. If you think that disguising drugs as produce seems […]

If you Pass a School Bus, Be Prepared to Say Cheese

February 23rd, 2017

If you are a driver in New Jersey, you may remember the red light cameras that were functional until 2014. If you ran a red light, the camera took your picture and you received a ticket and summons in the mail. The New Jersey legislature is now trying to use similar methods to catch drivers […]

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