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When Juvenile Charges Become Adult Charges

July 19th, 2018

Juvenile charges in New Jersey can be intimidating because they have the potential to be considered adult charges. The state of New Jersey considers a person juvenile if he or she is 17 years of age or younger. Because juveniles are still developing psychologically, they will generally receive a lighter sentence than an adult would […]

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Minor in Possession? Don’t Fight the Charges Alone

July 5th, 2018

A minor in possession charge can be difficult to address without the help of a New Jersey attorney. The state of New Jersey has specific penalties for minors in possession. A New Jersey attorney can help you understand the law, your charges, and next steps. Specifics of a Minor in Possession Charge In New Jersey, […]

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Types of Disorderly Persons Charges in New Jersey

June 14th, 2018

Facing a disorderly persons charge is often upsetting. However, it is important to be clear about what the charge means. In New Jersey, especially, this type of citation encompasses many behaviors. For this reason, it’s imperative that you know your rights. You can start by learning what behaviors are considered illegal under the New Jersey […]

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What You Should Know About Juvenile Disorderly Persons Charges

June 7th, 2018

When your child faces a legal offense of any kind, it can be hard on your family. It is scary not knowing the consequences, or even which steps you need to take to protect the future of your child. Thankfully, attorney David C. Barry has plenty of experience with juvenile offenses, including juvenile disorderly persons […]

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What is a Disorderly Persons Offense

May 17th, 2018

The idea of a Disorderly Persons Offense can seem vague and confusing, especially in New Jersey, where the surrounding laws become a bit complicated. David C. Barry and his team have spent years studying these laws. Let us help you clear up some of the misinformation. Disorderly Persons Offense: An Umbrella Term Think of a […]

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