Do Arrest Rates Actually Soar on Holiday Weekends?

Posted May 24th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

Today starts the weekend that we honor our fallen war heroes. However, there’s something that might or might not surprise you about holiday weekends. For whatever reason, arrest rates actually soar throughout different parts of the state. Locally, you stand the chance of getting pulled over for drunken driving. According to news reports. Jersey City […]

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Death by Auto Charges: Why You Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Posted May 23rd, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

To say that life is fragile is an understatement. In fact, no one needs a grim reminder when an evening of fun turns tragic. If you are facing death by auto charges, you undoubtedly wish you could turn back time. Personal grief becomes intertwined with the uncertainties that lie ahead for you. Never once in […]

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Did You Even Know It Was Called Check Kiting?

Posted May 21st, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

Insufficient funds. If you’ve ever bounced a check, you already know the consequences. It’s guaranteed to make a headache of your bank account with overdraft fees. Meanwhile, it could put the bank on alert. If you find yourself accused of check kiting, you’ll absolutely need the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Check-kiting constitutes […]

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Waiving Your Rights When It Comes to Self-Incrimination

Posted May 17th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

You should not give it a second thought. Your right to keep silent during a police interrogation matters. And, waiving your rights when it comes to self-incrimination could do you great harm. That said, law enforcement authorities have particular obligations when it comes to asking you to waive your rights. In fact, the New Jersey […]

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Is There Really Such a Thing as Warrantless Entry?

Posted May 9th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense, Legal Topics.

You know the law. Or, at least you think you do. As far as you’re concerned, the police just can’t enter your house without a warrant. In the meantime, there’s something you should know. Under New Jersey law, a warrantless entry exists in select circumstances. Truth be told, New Jersey has strict laws when it […]

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How Do I Know If I’m Committing Insurance Fraud?

Posted May 3rd, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

After getting into a car accident a few months ago, your injuries caused you to miss some time at work. Confiding in your friend that you are now facing financial difficulties because of the lost wages, your friend suggests that you tell the insurance company your injuries are more severe than they were. Sounds like […]

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Sexting in New Jersey: Is It A Big Deal?

Posted April 24th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

After spending days endlessly swiping on dating apps, you’re finally matched with the girl of your dreams. Or so you thought. You two have been talking for a few weeks now, but haven’t found time to actually meet in person yet. That’s okay though because you have been sending selfies back and forth between each […]

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What Happens at a Municipal Court in New Jersey?

Posted April 17th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

Facing a criminal charge is never something you should take lightly. Heading to the court to face even a speeding ticket can be intimidating and confusing. What will happen once you get in that courtroom? Will the prosecutor be harsh and the judge even harsher? Can you defend yourself without the presence of an attorney? […]

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The Legal Consequences of a Bar Fight

Posted April 12th, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense, Personal Injury.

When we head out to our favorite watering hole, the last thing we expect is getting into a fight. But it does happen – especially here in New Jersey.  Just last month, a man had died following a fight outside a Patterson bar in the wee hours of St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The Attorney General’s […]

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What You Should Know About Insurance Fraud in New Jersey

Posted April 3rd, 2019 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

You may not know it, but insurance fraud affects both the innocent and guilty in the Garden State. Investigating an insurance fraud claim can be a time-consuming and expensive effort. If you see that your insurance company is hiking up their rates for some unexplained reason, it could be a sign that your insurer spent […]

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