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If you have been charged in New Jersey with a DWI, you may have some anxiety about this charge will impact your current profession or future job applications, wondering, “ Is a DWI a crime ?” What will you say if asked, “Have you ever been arrested... Read More

Underage alcohol consumption and/or possession is one of the most common criminal charges for young people in New Jersey. Knowing that it’s so common; however, does not help your child potentially facing punishment in court and a tarnished record. As... Read More

When a person is arrested for any reason, it is vital that they understand what their charges mean. This is especially true when it comes to violent crimes, including assault. If you or a loved one has been charged with a certain kind of assault, you... Read More

If a person has been caught with drug paraphernalia, including rolling papers, a pipe, spoons, cutting agents, plastic baggies, capsules, bong, syringes or capsules, they can be arrested and subsequently convicted of possession of drug paraphernalia charges... Read More

In New Jersey, offenses that are considered a “felony” in other jurisdictions are actually referred to as a crime; and a “misdemeanor” in other states is called a disorderly person’s offense. Sometimes there is some confusion because of... Read More

Confrontations can happen to even the most mild-mannered people resulting in an assault. When the police arrive on the scene of a fight, it may not matter if your actions were because you were sticking up for one of your friends; many times all parties... Read More

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