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Driving in the state of New Jersey is a privilege, not a right. Your license can be suspended for DWI and a host of other reasons such as failure to pay traffic tickets or 12 or more points on your driving record due to driving violations.  If you live... Read More

New Jersey DWI Check Points are a nuisance to most drivers, but a necessity for the police. The purpose of a DWI check point is for the police to determine whether or not a driver is impaired. If the police suspect a driver is intoxicated they will asked... Read More

In a word, yes. For your first reckless driving conviction, it is possible to have to spend up to sixty days in county jail. For a second or subsequent offense, this jail term rises to ninety days. In addition to these possible jail sentences, you may... Read More

In New Jersey, marijuana commonly known as “pot” can be legally used to treat certain illnesses such as seizure disorders, HIV/AIDs, cancer, Inflammatory bowel disease, glaucoma and a variety of other diseases that cause pain or terminal illness.... Read More

If you or a loved one have just been arrested for a New Jersey DWI (driving while intoxicated), you’re probably worried about what the future holds. You may feel confused about the penalties, stressed about getting to work, and unsure where to turn.... Read More

Arrested for N.J.S.A. 39:4-50Many people who receive a speeding ticket in New Jersey simply pay it and chalk the event up to their lead foot. In the case of drug or alcohol-related traffic citations, however, you may want to think twice about leaving... Read More

It wouldn’t be a Jersey Shore summer without a few drinks with friends. Alcohol is definitely a big part of lounging at the beach and hitting the clubs at night in Ocean County. But the New Jersey local and State Police are fully aware that these summer... Read More

Were you involved in an accident either in a bar or else involving persons who had recently been to a bar? In either incident, including drunk driving accidents and other alcohol injuries, you might be able to seek compensation through a personal injury... Read More

Sobering Facts Every Driver Needs to KnowJuly 4th is a favorite time of celebration for many Americans enjoying backyard BBQ’s with family and Jersey shore parties with friends. Unfortunately, Independence Day holiday is one of the deadliest holidays... Read More

Summer sun brings in the fun; especially by the Jersey shore. The waterways and pools are filled with vacationers and roadways are filled with travelers. Summer is the season of adventures and days of relaxation. But accidents can happen at any time and... Read More

Motions can be used to aid your case in numerous ways. They can be used to gain information, dismiss a case or trim the case down. They can be as simple as a basic request to extend a deadline or as technical as requiring the attorneys to submit complex... Read More

Boating Safety and BWINational Safe Boating Week, an annual awareness campaign organized by the National Safe Boating Council, immediately precedes Memorial Day Weekend (which usually involves many boating outings). While it can be a fun to spend the... Read More

Since 1987, April has been designated Alcohol Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). According to ncadd.org, the 2015 theme is “For the Health of It: Early Education on Alcoholism and Addiction.”... Read More

As high school students throughout New Jersey gear up for prom season, it is a good time to have the talk with your kids about underage drinking as well as the consequences of drinking and driving. Teens might say prom is all about finding the perfect... Read More

Now that the New Jersey weather is finally warming up, that often means DUI checkpoints are going to be in full swing again soon. Warm weather can indeed impact the frequency of DUI arrests. More people go out to events such as outdoor concerts, festivals,... Read More

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