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The Truth About Criminal Mischief

July 15th, 2015

According to New Jersey law, criminal mischief is when a person purposely or knowingly damages tangible or physical property of another or when a person purposely or recklessly tampers with someone’s physical property to endanger the other person or their property. A few examples of this offense include setting off a cherry bomb in another’s […]

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Arraignment: What to Expect

July 7th, 2015

There are a lot of legal terms that you might have heard through popular television shows.  They are tossed around rather frequently, but unless you’ve had the misfortune to experience one, you might not know what exactly is being talked about.  One such term that you might have come across at some point is arraignment. […]

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How Does Juvenile Probation Work?

June 3rd, 2015

Probation primarily focuses on providing mentoring, community service, and other rehabilitative programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and drug rehab. Instead of sending a juvenile to prison, most courts seek to rehabilitate them through various programs within probation. Many times, these youths commit non-violent offenses that hardly qualify to require them to be sentenced to hard […]

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Vandalism and Graffiti Charges in New Jersey

May 29th, 2015

Vandalizing someone else’s property might seem harmless at the time, but if you are caught, you could face life-altering consequences. Vandalism is when someone deliberately destroys the property of another person. In New Jersey, it is considered criminal mischief and can lead you down a dark path if caught. Under N.J.S.A. 2C:17-3, if you purposely […]

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