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Thanksgiving Eve DWIs in New Jersey | What to Know

You may expect New Year’s Eve to be the worst night when it comes to drunk driving. After all, many people ring in the New Year will a few drinks. Surprisingly, the night of the year that sees the most DWI charges is not even a holiday. Instead, it is the night before Thanksgiving. While […]

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How are Theft Charges Upgraded to Robbery in New Jersey?

Most people are unaware of the differences between theft, robbery, larceny, and burglary. While they may seem interchangeable, they are actually all different crimes and they carry vastly different charges. To learn more about theft and how it can be upgraded to robbery, read on. What are the Consequences of Theft in New Jersey? Theft […]

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NJ Votes to Legalize Marijuana | What You Need to Know

New Jersey residents have voted to legalize marijuana. In fact, 66.91% of New Jerseyians voted in favor of legalizing weed. But, just because NJ residents have voted to legalize weed, doesn’t mean that it is automatically legal. Read on to learn more about the changes that may be made in the coming months. Can I […]

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New Jersey’s Early Inmate Release | What You Need to Know

COVID-19 has impacted us all in some way or another, and the prison system is no exception. New Jersey prisons were drastically impacted by COVID-19. In fact, according to The Marshall Project, New Jersey prisons have the highest coronavirus death rate in the nation. As a result, new legislature has been passed, allowing some inmates […]

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New Jersey Governor Murphy Signs Criminal Justice Reform Bills

New Jersey Governor Murphy recently signed three criminal justice bills. These are all focused on sentencing reform, stemming from the recommendations made by the Criminal Sentencing and Disposition Commission’s November 2019 report. The bills were signed in order to establish a compassionate release program for inmates diagnosed with a “grave medical condition,” add a defendant’s […]

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What are the Domestic Violence Laws in New Jersey?

The state of New Jersey passed the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act in 1991 in order to protect victims of abuse throughout the state. This includes all individuals in different domestic relationships, whether they are married, separated, or divorced. It also includes individuals living together, dating, or who share children together. While many of these […]

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Governor Murphy Signs Laws to Reduce Lines at Motor Vehicle Commission Agencies

During the outbreak of the Coronavirus, Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) agencies throughout New Jersey were closed for months. When agencies reopened on July 7, drivers began lining up the night before to be there for the opening the next day. As a result, workers are processing up to 272,000 transactions every week, causing long lines. […]

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Read Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Read this blog for more information regarding DWI charges in New Jersey and what to do if you are pulled over for drunk driving. 
  • Read this blog to learn about how theft might be upgraded to robbery in NJ. If you or a loved one is facing a criminal charge, contact an attorney. 
  • Read this blog to find out more about the legalization of marijuana in New Jersey. Reach out to a criminal defense attorney with questions.