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Don’t Let a Traffic Violation Drag You Down

August 1st, 2018

A traffic violation can be inconvenient to deal with on your own. In some cases, the charge is more extreme than it should be. For this reason, it is crucial to seek the help of an experienced New Jersey attorney to guide you through the judicial process. Although many traffic violations do not require the defendant […]

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Know Your Rights: How an Attorney Can Help Your Case

March 19th, 2018

  Do you need a New Jersey attorney if you receive a Driving Under the Influence charge? Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is a crime in all 50 states. As a result, all DUI cases are addressed in criminal court. While you can represent yourself, there really is no DUI case that is not worth […]

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10 Best Recognition

August 14th, 2017

It is with great pride that we announced that Attorney David C. Barry has been recognized as one of 2017 10 Best Attorneys’ for Client Satisfaction as rated by The American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys. To be considered for this achievement, Attorney Barry had to pass a rigorous selection process which included an evaluation of client […]

Does New Jersey Have a Veteran’s Diversion Program?

May 9th, 2017

New Jersey is one of only ten states that’s yet to implement a program to divert veterans who are accused of crimes into treatment programs for mental health or substance abuse rather than into the traditional court system. If a bill now awaiting final legislative approval passes, however, this could become a thing of the […]

Handgun Permits and Serious Threats

April 20th, 2017

Revised regulations by New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie, could increase the likelihood that law enforcement will approve a greater number of permission-to-carry handgun applications. The revision relates to an element known as serious threats, which, though it doesn’t change the gun-carry permit process, does loosen the parameters within which permit applications will be taken into […]

Can a Tweet Be Used Against You?

January 25th, 2017

In recent years, Twitter has become a platform for many people – especially celebrities and even the President – to express displeasure with others and trade barbs back and forth. These Twitter feuds are common, with people hiding behind their keyboards throwing insults at one another. You may not imagine that such Tweets can be […]

Should I Be Concerned about Cameras at Traffic Lights?

January 11th, 2017

If you have driven around New Jersey, you may have noticed small devices perched on top of traffic lights that look like video cameras. Modern technology has made continuously recording video practical for governments, and many people are concerned that “big brother” is always watching, ensuring their compliance with minor traffic laws. First of all, […]

A Guide to NJ’s Knife Laws

December 21st, 2016

People own knives for many legal purposes. Some people are hunters. Others are collectors. Still others carry a knife because they like to be handy. However, possession of certain knives could result in criminal charges. New Jersey law outlaws particular types of knives but the law also allows for exceptions in certain circumstances. Because of […]

Caught With a Fake ID?

December 5th, 2016

What starts out as a fun night on the town can end up being a permanent mark on your criminal record. When an underage person gets caught with a fake id, it is critical to take the charges seriously because there will be criminal consequences. This includes discussing the case with a skilled criminal attorney. […]

Woman Takes Reckless Driving to a New Level

September 6th, 2016

We have all seen drivers that clearly pose a risk to the general public. Whether it is a driver who seems like he or she may be drunk to a person who is obviously engaging in distracted driving, there are countless ways that a driver could be reckless. What a Philadelphia couple recently saw on […]