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While teachers have to go through many requirements for a career in education; for some, criminal records are a common hurdle to overcome. School employees in New Jersey require a criminal background check conducted through the Federal Bureau of Investigation... Read More

“Read my new messages,” “Reply ‘I will arrive in 10 minutes,’” “How do I get home?” Every time you speak a command into your hands-free phone, you’re driving distracted.Integrated in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), systems that deliver... Read More

Heading out to a nightclub at the Jersey Shore this weekend? Disturbances can often occur outside of bars and clubs in which police will be called in to break up a developing fight. These situations are not uncommon in Ocean or Monmouth County and can... Read More

Oxford Dictionary has named “Vape” as its 2014 word of the year. To “vape” means to inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device. Always trending, last year’s Oxford English Dictionary word of the... Read More

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill into law in September that will drastically change the way alimony is awarded. The change in law is designed to compensate for the way in which modern family dynamics operate. If you are about to begin... Read More

When an individual is arrested for a crime in New Jersey, the county prosecutor presents the case to a grand jury for indictment.  To indict someone means to formally charge them with an offense, for which they will tried in a court of law.  The decision... Read More

When it comes to court hearings, people typically focus on defense strategies, such as challenging procedures used during the arrest, and refuting the prosecution’s version of events.  However, your physical appearance—especially your choice of attire—is... Read More

Reporting of Out-of-State Traffic Tickets for New Jersey ResidentsIf you are a New Jersey resident, you can still be assessed points for motor vehicle violations in other states, even though your driver’s license is issued by the state of New Jersey. ... Read More

New Jersey courts recognize that every child is entitled to financial support from his or her parents.  However, the amount of support and how long it should be paid is determined by many different factors.  The terms of child support can also be modified... Read More

When adopting a pet, you may not be thinking about the potential problems your new companion may cause with your insurance carrier.   But it is important to understand that you can be denied homeowner’s insurance because of a dog or, more specifically,... Read More

Although drunk driving is responsible for over 30% of all auto fatalities in New Jersey, cell phone usage is another major source of car accidents, especially among teens.  Statistics by the New Jersey Department of Transportation show that in 2011,... Read More

On June 25, 2014, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision that police cannot search a suspect’s cell phone without first obtaining a warrant.  This ruling is based on a 2009 case in California, in which a man named David Riley... Read More

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