Underage Drinking in New Jersey

Posted May 7th, 2015 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

It might not seem like such a big deal.  After all, at 18, you can commander a gun and fight for our country.  At 18, you can also register to vote and contribute to crucial decisions regarding the leaders who make state and federal laws.  However, the law in the United States and New Jersey, are […]

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Domestic Violence, Part Two: Minors and the Law

Posted February 19th, 2015 by .

Categories: Domestic Violence.

We recently provided you with information concerning obtaining a restraining order.  However, age is an important factor when it comes to domestic violence law.  In short, minors can qualify as victims under the law.  However, judges will not issue final restraining orders against minor defendants. When does a Minor Qualify as Domestic Violence Victim? First, […]

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Domestic Violence, Part One: Obtaining a Restraining Order

Posted February 17th, 2015 by .

Categories: Domestic Violence.

According to a local police desk sergeant, there is a great deal of confusion concerning who can obtain a restraining order. Apparently, the police station is routinely flooded with requests for restraining orders that do not meet the necessary qualifications. For example, one cannot secure a restraining order as a part of a neighborly dispute. […]

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Sayreville Football Players to Head to Family Court

Posted November 12th, 2014 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense, Family Law.

Last month, seven students from Sayreville High School were arrested for sexual assault after allegations of hazing surfaced. Due to the severity of the charges, there was a question of whether the football players would be tried as adults. However, earlier this week the Middlesex County prosecutor had announced that the teens’ case will be […]

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Juvenile Records Don’t Have to Be Permanent

Posted October 24th, 2014 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

We hear it all too often in the news. Another teen gets into legal trouble for assault. Or a teen was arrested for robbery. Or a juvenile was accused of bringing a gun into school. It’s heartbreaking for the parents. We want our children to grow up and be productive citizens. But how will they […]

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Sayreville Players Could be Placed on Megan’s Law Registry

Posted October 13th, 2014 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

On Friday, seven players from the Sayreville football team were charged in the hazing scandal that has rocked the school. The players, who may be tried as adults, are accused of not only assault but sexual assault after four freshmen teammates said they were sexually assaulted by team members. These are very serious charges against […]

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Sayerville Football Team May See Jail Time for Hazing Incidents

Posted October 10th, 2014 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

The Sayerville High School football team has been a constant presence in the headlines recently after allegations of severe hazing in the team’s locker room arose. As the story grew, the season was canceled by the school district and now prosecutors are examining reported incidents of harassment, bullying and intimidation. If the players are found […]

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REDEEM Act Could Give Young Offenders a Second Chance

Posted July 10th, 2014 by .

Categories: Criminal Defense.

It is not a secret.  Youthful offenses can create a lifetime of trouble.  For some, it may mean that they never emerge from the penal system.  For others, a criminal record can live well beyond an individual’s growth into maturity.  Adults also make mistakes and live with the consequences. They are forever be haunted by […]

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