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4 Possible New Jersey Attorney Legal Defenses for Leaving the Scene of an Accident

November 20th, 2020

We all know that New Jersey traffic accidents happen without warning. Accident aftermaths are a common sight for drivers trying to get to a destination. That means it’s easy to detach ourselves from such costly and traumatic moments when we are the bystander or passerby. However, what happens when you’re involved in an accident and […]

Possession of Marijuana: Current Laws and Potential Legalization

November 13th, 2020

The use of marijuana varies in legality from state to state. In some states, it is completely illegal. In 11 states, it is fully legal. Other states decriminalized marijuana possession, which means there is no jail time or criminal record for first-time offenses if the amount possessed is small. In these states, first-time marijuana possession […]

Understanding Your Rights When Interacting with the Police

November 6th, 2020

Did you know that when you come in contact with the police, you have certain rights? From having the right to remain silent to the right to an attorney, these are important things to know even if you have never come in contact with the police before! After a charge is made, contact a New […]

How Does an Ignition Interlock Device Prevent DUIs?

October 30th, 2020

In the state of New Jersey, a driver is considered to be “driving while intoxicated” if their blood alcohol level exceeds 0.08%. If the driver is under 21 years old, there is zero tolerance – any alcohol in the system is illegal. Driving while intoxicated also includes being under the influence of things like narcotics, […]

How A New Jersey Attorney Can Help With Your Municipal Court Trial

October 23rd, 2020

Before you learn how the court system works, it can seem overwhelming. Between the different levels of courts and how trials are handled at each, things can get confusing. The Municipal Court is the lowest court system in the state of New Jersey. Many lesser charges, like speeding or disorderly conduct, are handled at the […]

Reckless Driving: What Does It Mean and What Are the Consequences?

October 16th, 2020

Reckless driving occurs when a driver operates their vehicle with willful disregard for the safety of others. This charge is frequently a companion charge to excessive speeding or driving under the influence. The state of New Jersey takes reckless driving charges very seriously, as this act puts other innocent drivers and pedestrians in harm’s way. […]

No Insurance and New Jersey Attorney

October 9th, 2020

The state of New Jersey is very serious about the fact that all drivers need to be insured. In fact, it is against the law to drive without insurance. Violating this law comes with serious consequences including fines, loss of license, and even jail time. In order to correctly follow the law, New Jersey drivers […]

New Jersey Attorney Defenses for Assault

September 25th, 2020

Assault is a very common charge seen at the municipal and county court level in New Jersey. Often, assault occurs between people who know each other and is domestic in nature. If you or a loved one has been charged with assault, the best thing to do is contact a New Jersey attorney. An attorney […]

How a New Jersey Attorney Can Help with Getting Charged with a Crime on School Property

September 18th, 2020

Criminal or traffic violations come with a set of assigned penalties in the state of New Jersey. Certain crimes or traffic violations have stricter penalties if they are committed on school property. From speeding to being under the influence, these violations can be a lot more dangerous when committed on school property. In order to […]

Drug Charges and a New Jersey Attorney

September 11th, 2020

Possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a CDS (controlled dangerous substance) are two criminal charges in the state of New Jersey. Each charge has its own set of penalties and consequences associated with them. The best route of action to take if you or a loved one have been charged with […]

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