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Entrapment and DUI

March 5th, 2018

If you’re facing charges of having allegedly driven while under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in New Jersey, don’t despair. There are several effective defense strategies that may be available to you. Being hit with a DUI charge is always stressful, but it’s important to remember that the prosecution is burdened with proving your guilt […]

Benefits of Hiring a New Jersey Attorney

February 26th, 2018

There are many reasons to use a New Jersey attorney including needing help understanding or creating legal documents and fighting criminal charges or divorce. In some cases, hiring an attorney can save you money. Many legal terms and procedures are extremely confusing without the right education. Even the friendliest and purest relationships can end messily […]

Caught with Marijuana? Find Out What an Attorney Can Do

February 19th, 2018

Marijuana charges are steadily rising in the Garden State. Drug-related charges are a serious matter that can affect your life. There are many ways an attorney can help you, but you need to find the right one. Hiring an experienced attorney with years in defending drug-related charges is where you should start. Your attorney will know […]

NJ Point System and Surcharges

February 12th, 2018

Nobody wants to waste their hard-earned money. If you are in the habit of collecting traffic tickets, however, you’re blowing money on the surcharges. When it comes to driving on New Jersey’s highways and byways, mind your p’s and q’s and keep your cash in your own pocket. Learn more about the New Jersey point […]

How Can a New Jersey Attorney Help Your Case?

February 5th, 2018

Do you need help proving that your case is not constitutional? Hire a New Jersey attorney to help you with your case. Your attorney will be able to look at your case from both the prosecutor’s and your side, deciding what is the best defensive tactic. Laws are changing often, and those changes may be what your attorney […]

Juvenile Charges and Waiver to Adult Court

January 29th, 2018

Because of youth offenders’ age and immaturity, juvenile legal cases get less harsh treatment than do adult cases. Sometimes, however, prosecutors seek waivers to adult court. In such cases, the prosecutor will request that the judge waive or transfer a juvenile case to adult criminal court. Some prosecutors are more aggressive than others when it […]

Drug-Related Charges

January 22nd, 2018

A drug-related charge can ruin you professionally anywhere, including New Jersey. Hiring a New Jersey attorney is your best bet in either getting your charges dismissed or finding an alternative to a clean record. Your attorney knows the laws and how to help prove that you were innocent. There are many cases where the evidence […]

DWI vs DWI in a School Zone

January 15th, 2018

A charge of driving while intoxicated (DWI) is always serious, a charge of DWI in a school zone is more serious still. While such charges come with considerable financial burdens, they can also leave you with a suspended driver’s license. If you’re charged with a DWI in a school zone, it’s a separate offense from […]

New Bill Hopes to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

January 8th, 2018

New Jersey recently introduced new legislation in the state Senate that would legalize growing, selling, and using marijuana recreationally. Even the bill’s sponsor believes that it has little hope of being enacted under New Jersey’s current Republican Governor, Chris Christie, who opposes all efforts for legalization. Instead, Senator Nicholas Scutari sponsored the bill as a […]

Did the Police Illegally Knock Down Your Door?

December 12th, 2017

Having your door knocked down by the police probably sounds a bit remote, but it happens – and it’s not always legal. When the police knock down the door of a home, it’s typically based on the suspicion of violence or on following a lead related to a significant crime. Nevertheless, there are regulations that […]