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  • Legal Defenses in Sexual Assault Cases

    Jun 5, 2020

    All forms of rape count as sexual assault, but not all sexual assault crimes count as rape. Even though state laws vary, all states view sexual assault crimes as crimes that involve sexual activity with no clear consent. The legal defense used in a sexual assault case may revolve around the issue of consent. However, other defenses have been used successfully as well. How Does New Jersey Define Sexual Assault? If there is any for...
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  • Domestic Violence Defense During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    May 20, 2020

    In the times of the coronavirus crisis, domestic violence accusations have increased due to the quarantine laws that have been put in place. The surge in reported cases mainly comes from women with violent and abusive partners. Despite the amount of cases that have been reported, there are many people who face false criminal charges, such as domestic abuse allegations. An accusation like this can ruin someone’s life and place them in severe legal trouble...
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  • Consequences of Failing to Register as a Sex Offender

    May 6, 2020

    If you have been convicted of a sexual offense, such as sexual abuse or other related offenses, then you most likely are aware of the consequences and ramifications that have followed. In addition to your sentencing, you also will have to register as a sex offender in your jurisdiction. Evidently, a sex offender is one who has been convicted of a sexual offense, which is characterized as harming an individual in a sexual manner. Registratio...
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  • Legal Counsel for Military Personal

    Apr 30, 2020

    Specific legal cases, such as those dealing with military personnel, need to be handled by professionals with knowledge of military life. Cases include those in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. We understand the difficulty in finding a lawyer who understands your case and connects to you on a personal level. Mr. St. John graduated from Rutgers University – Camden School of Law and earned his B.A. in political scienc...
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  • What Are Criminal Mischief Charges?

    Apr 13, 2020

    Under Criminal Mischief Varies by State Each state and each jurisdiction treat the charge of criminal mischief differently. If you find yourself charged with criminal mischief, it is in your best interest to seek an experienced criminal defense lawyer to help you understand what the charges are and what to expect. What Is Considered Criminal Mischief? Though criminal mischief is defined differently by state, the charge does have similarities in each area. Consider th...
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  • Robert N. Agre Selected to 2020 New Jersey Super Lawyers List

    Mar 26, 2020

    Agre & St. John is pleased to announce that Robert N. Agre has been selected to the 2020 New Jersey Super Lawyers list. Super Lawyers recognizes exceptional lawyers from more than 70 practice areas. These lawyers are highly accredited and very well regarded in their community. The selection process is rigorous and includes a 12-point, multi-phase system based on peer nominations, evaluations, and independent research. This is Robert’s thirteenth year as a Super Lawyers honoree...
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  • Can I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test?

    Mar 9, 2020

    If you are stopped under suspicion of drunk driving, a cop will request a breathalyzer test. Breathalyzer tests are a normal part of a cop’s routine when they suspect someone is drunk driving. If you are stopped by a cop, you may be wondering whether you can avoid a Are You Required to Submit a Breathalyzer Test? Implied consent laws dictate that drivers have implicitly consented to a breathalyzer test in exchange for th...
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  • Cybercrimes

    Feb 24, 2020

    The use of technology has expanded around the world over the past 20 years. Under New Jersey is one of many states that have developed laws against computer related offenses. Illegal access to another person’s computer or network is now classified as a computer crime with levels ranging from fourth-degree offenses to first-degree offenses that are punishable by fines and prison. Any illegal actions that involve the internet or the aid of a compute...
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  • St. Patrick’s Day and Drunk Driving

    Feb 18, 2020

    St. Patrick’s Day is associated with an increase in drunk driving crashes. According to the Dangers of Drunk Driving Driving under the effects of alcohol or drugs can lead to catastrophic car accidents and injuries. Approximately one-third of all crash fatalities in the United States involve drunk drivers. Even before the legal limit of .08 blood alcohol content (BAC) is reached, drivers’ abilities are impaired. At just .02 percent, there is a decline i...
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  • Drug Possession While Committing a Traffic Violation

    Feb 13, 2020

    Drug charges are serious allegations that often have severe consequences. Federal and state laws address several drug offenses that involve the illegal possession, trafficking, manufacture, or sale of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS), such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, or medications like Oxycontin and Xanax that are commonly available by prescription. Among drug-related charges, drug possession is a less severe charge that is usually enforced by state officials as opposed to federal administrators. In New jersey...
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