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DWI vs. DWI Per Se in New Jersey

May 31st, 2018

Legal terms can get confusing and overwhelming, especially when it involves a DWI in New Jersey. Primarily, a single offense can come with a wide range of possible penalties. Likewise, the law is full of acronyms that often overlap and bleed into one another. One example comes from New Jersey’s DWI and DWI per se […]

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The Most Common New Jersey Traffic Violations

May 8th, 2018

Even though the 50 states of the USA claim to be united, when it comes to traffic violations, they can sometimes operate very differently from one another. This is especially true in New Jersey. If you live here now or plan to in the future, it’s crucial that you understand the most common New Jersey […]

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Seeking Legal Advice After Traffic Violations

April 23rd, 2018

Most people don’t realize the importance of seeking legal advice after traffic violations. Assuming that you are required to accept your punishment and deal with the consequences is a costly mistake.  It’s important to realize that a good attorney can help you understand the situation clearly and possibly save you thousands of dollars and possible […]

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Prescription Drugs and DWI – What You Need to Know

April 16th, 2018

While street drugs are obviously dangerous and potentially addictive, many prescription drugs are similarly poised. In fact, the National Institute on Drug Abuse confirms how serious the abuse of prescription drugs has become in the United States. Driving while on prescription medication can land you a DWI (driving while intoxicated) and if you need assistance, […]

Police Body Cameras: What It Could Mean for Your Case Outcome

April 9th, 2018

Over half of New Jersey’s police departments currently use police body cameras, and they are looking to increase that percentage. Legislators have already increased the funding for these cameras and are augmenting the expense with redirected federal funds. Though expensive, body cameras are considered an important means of modernizing police work. This could affect criminal […]

New Jersey Traffic Laws That Might Surprise You

April 9th, 2018

  New Jersey has some amazing tourist attractions, beautiful beaches, and easy access to entertainment. It also has some the strictest traffic laws. Whether you’re visiting New Jersey or have lived here your entire life, some of these New Jersey traffic laws may surprise you. For your own safety and to avoid New Jersey’s steep […]

Fight a Speeding Ticket With a New Jersey Attorney

April 2nd, 2018

Speeding is a common offense among American drivers. If you get pulled over for speeding, you may be tempted to pay the fine without question – or worse, ignore the ticket altogether. However, a speeding ticket’s impact does not simply vanish as soon as you pay the fine. In fact, you could experience the repercussions […]


Road Rage and Assault Charges

March 12th, 2018

Recently, a Texas woman who’d been involved in two road rage incidents was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. One of the woman’s victims managed to capture a photo of the suspect pointing what appeared to be a gun at her. Ultimately, this led to the case’s resolution. Road Rage in Texas The […]

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 […]


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 […]

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