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New Jersey Juvenile Burglary Charges – NJSA 2C:18-2

September 3, 2018

Defense Attorney for NJ Juvenile Burglary Arrests If your child has been accused of breaking into cars or homes in New Jersey, call to speak with an experienced juvenile defense attorney. I have defended juveniles against burglary charges and much worse offenses. I defend juvenile clients in every New Jersey County Family Court. The first step in the defense process…

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New Jersey Juvenile Assault Charges – NJSA 2C:12-1

September 3, 2018

Defense Attorney for Juvenile Assault Charges Assault, even aggravated assault, is a relatively common charge that juveniles are charged with in New Jersey. If your child has been questioned by police or arrested for an assault charge, speak with an experienced defense lawyer right away. I have defended juveniles against assault charges and worse throughout New Jersey. Simple Assault a. Simple assault. A…

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New Jersey Juvenile Arson Charges – NJSA 2C:17-1

September 3, 2018

Defense Attorney for NJ Juvenile Charged with Committing Arson Juveniles are rarely charged with arson alone in New Jersey. Rather, arson charges are typically filed along with other complaints for crimes such as burglary and criminal mischief. In more serious cases, aggravated arson can be charged. This is for a charge of “causing or risking widespread injury or damage” may be…

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Repeat NJ DWI Offenders Face Tough Penalties

September 3, 2018

DWI laws in NJ have received increased attention in the last several years. One reason for the increased legislative discussions deals with the state’s treatment of repeat DWI offenders. In NJ, repeat DWI offenders may face stricter penalties following the introduction of two new bills. New Proposed Law One bill follows publicity surrounding the five consecutive DWI arrests within a…

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How New Jersey’s New Medical Marijuana Laws Affect Drug Possession Charges

November 20, 2017

New Jersey laws and law enforcement efforts represent an aggressive approach toward marijuana. The state has some of the harshest penalties in the country for first-time marijuana possession offenders, and based on one study, more than 23,000 marijuana-related arrests occur in our state each year. As a result, New Jersey drug possession lawyers must constantly remain informed about changes in the law in order to…

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5 Things You Must Do Before You Call Your New Jersey Truck Accident Lawyer

September 3, 2017

If you’ve ever felt anxious driving near a tractor trailer, you’re not alone. Most people feel uneasy in close proximity to a tractor trailer, and there is a very good reason why. Weighing in at up to 80,000 pounds, tractor trailers have a notorious reputation for causing dangerous or even lethal accidents. The danger lies in the standard height of…

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Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause for NJ DUI Charges

June 29, 2017

Under the U.S. Constitution, we are protected from certain police actions. For instance, before you can be legally pulled over for a DWI, law enforcement must have what is called a reasonable suspicion that you committed a criminal or motor vehicle violation. To be further detained for sobriety testing, the officer must have a reasonable suspicion that you may be undertake influence.…

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How to Sue a Nursing Home in NJ

May 16, 2017

If you or a loved one has been injured, abused, or neglected by a nursing home or its staff in New Jersey, you may be able to file a lawsuit and recover for damages, punish the nursing home, and even have your attorney’s fees reimbursed under the Nursing Home Act. Typical lawsuits filed under the act include those for physical…

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Criminal Defense 101: State of Mind

November 10, 2016

If you have been accused of a crime in New Jersey, the case may depend on your “mens rea”. This takes the defendant’s state of mind into account. One notable exception to that rule are in the violation of statute dealing with a per se crime. Such a crime does not require evidence of intent. Working with a New Jersey criminal…

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Will Texting-While-Driving Ban Create Traffic Defense for Text Senders?

September 6, 2016

Text messaging has become as much a part of our collective communication habits as ubiquitous access to a pay-phone used to be. New Jersey Bans Texting and Driving The statewide ban on texting while driving has gained acceptance for its purpose of minimizing distracted driving. With it, however, has come some confusion about what exactly the police will enforce as…

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