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What Happens if Marijuana is Legalized in New Jersey?

August 16th, 2018

The legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey is nothing to fear. Like other legal mind-altering substances, cannabis will be regulated. In fact, it is possible that recreational use of this substance will be more regulated upon legalization than it was before legalization. It is important for you to understand that as a regulated substance, there […]

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Most Common Juvenile Charges in New Jersey

August 9th, 2018

In New Jersey, a juvenile is anyone under the age of 18 years old. If a juvenile violates city ordinances or state or federal criminal law, he or she is considered a delinquent rather than a criminal. Juvenile charges are less severe than criminal charges because they are meant to encourage the rehabilitation of young […]

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Pros and Cons of Legalizing Marijuana

July 12th, 2018

The question on the mind of every New Jersey resident is, “Should the state legalize marijuana?” A hot topic in the United States has been the legalization of cannabis. Fortunately, there are real-life examples of the pros and cons of allowing recreational use of this drug. So far, nine states have made it legal for […]

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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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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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How to Find the Right New Jersey Attorney

April 16th, 2018

When you need to hire an attorney, you are most likely looking for the best possible outcome. That outcome probably means leaving with no charges or a minimum fine. It really depends on the situation. Examining a few main points will help you narrow down how to find the right attorney for your situation. The […]

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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 […]

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