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Perhaps there is no more emotional type of litigation than that which involves child custody. Parental disagreements concerning health, education and religious upbringing can lead to frustrating custody battles. However, these strong opinions and supercharged... Read More

Most people know that convicted felons can’t own guns. This is based on state and federal laws that make it illegal for an ex-felon to possess firearms. New Jersey regulates the possession and use of concealed weapons, including guns and explosives;... Read More

According to the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, N.J.S.A. 2C:25-17, a victim of domestic violence can seek and maintain confidentiality of his or her whereabouts in regard to the abuser. This right is confirmed when the abuser is handed a final restraining... Read More

New proposed legislation in Monmouth and Camden Counties could change the way domestic violence cases are handled in New Jersey. State Assemblywoman Carolina Casagrande of Monmouth County has proposed a bill in response to former Rutgers football star... Read More

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