Underage DWIs in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

DWIs are extremely serious, no matter your age. Unfortunately, when someone is convicted of a DWI, it can affect their life for months or years to come. Those charged with DWIs who are under the age of 21 face a unique set of penalties, and if you are someone who has recently received an underage […]

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New Jersey Officially Legalizes Marijuana for Recreational Use

On March 1, 2021, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed three bills that officially set the NJ marijuana industry in motion. After three years of negotiations and tirelessly working to legalize the drug for recreational use for individuals over the age of 21, the Governor’s efforts have finally paid off. Of the bills finally being […]

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What Happens if I Violate Probation in New Jersey?

If you have been convicted of a crime, it is possible that you were sentenced to a period of probation. While you are on probation, you are legally obligated to follow specific rules, and if you violate those rules, you could be charged with a violation of probation. Please continue reading to learn more about […]

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What You Need to Know About the 2020 Changes to New Jersey’s Expungement Law

There are few things worse than having a criminal record as it can hinder several aspects of your life, particularly when it comes to applying for jobs. However, in New Jersey, many people with criminal records have the option of petitioning the court for an expungement. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey […]

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What are the Consequences of Shoplifting in New Jersey?

We all know that stealing is wrong. However, sometimes we are confronted with a situation where we choose to steal even though we know it is wrong. If you have been charged with shoplifting, you are likely wondering about the legal consequences and whether our firm can help you. Below is some information to help […]

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Violent Crimes in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

There are few crimes more severely punished than those involving violence. The information below can answer some of your questions about violent crimes in New Jersey. There are various crimes that are classified as violent crimes in New Jersey, and many of them carry very serious penalties. Examples of violent crimes in New Jersey are: […]

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NJMVC Updates Policy Regarding Those Waiting to Receive Their Provisional Licenses

Over the last year, individuals throughout the state of New Jersey have seen their lives change exponentially as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those changes now includes the way operations are conducted at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. Throughout the summer of 2020, teens and their parents who drove them to […]

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New Jersey Votes to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

If you live in New Jersey, you most likely heard that the potential legalization of the recreational use, sale, and cultivation of marijuana was on the ballot in New Jersey. Though many speculated that the law would pass, the future of the drug in New Jersey was not entirely certain until a few weeks ago. […]

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New Jersey Suspends All In-Person Criminal Trials in Light of COVID-19 Uptick

On Monday, November 16, the New Jersey Supreme Court announced that all criminal and civil jury trials, as well as all in-person grand jury proceedings around the state, would be suspended due to the recent and continuous spike of COVID-19. In the court order, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said, “The increasing rates of new cases, […]

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What Are New Jersey’s Domestic Violence Laws?

New Jersey passed the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act in 1991 to protect victims of abuse. The Act protects those in certain types of relationships, including married, separated, or divorced individuals, people who are living together, dating, or who have a child in common. Domestic violence is a serious matter and can severely impact a […]

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