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  • Reasons to Hire a Traffic Violations Lawyer

    Jun 19, 2019

    Millions of traffic violation tickets are issued each year in the United States. While most offenses are nothing more than an inconvenience, drivers with multiple Stiff penalties and substantial fines, car insurance surcharges, loss of license, and jail time are common penalties for traffic violations. Consultation and representation by an experienced and qualified Types of Traffic Violations The following is a list of the most common traffic violations: Speeding Failure to yield t...
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  • Robert N. Agre Honored as Super Lawyer for 11th Consecutive Year

    Mar 19, 2018

    It is with great pride that the legal team at Agre & St. John announces that partner The highly regarded Super Lawyers honor is based on an extensive, multi-phase With more than 60 years of combined experience, the South Jersey criminal defense lawyers at Agre & St. John have devoted their careers to providing the strongest, most effective representation available to their clients. This formidable team understands that each client’s situation is uniqu...
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  • Attorneys as Clients: An Overview of the Attorney Disciplinary Process

    Oct 18, 2017

    From time to time, attorneys need counsel of their own. Faced with a grievance filed by a client or a complaint filed by the Office of Attorney Ethics alleging a violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct (“RPCs”), a member of the bar may be put in a position where independent legal advice is crucial. This post is designed to offer some background on the process of attorney disciplinary proceedings, an area of law tha...
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  • What Happens if You Get Charged With a Crime or an Offense

    Oct 4, 2017

    Before January 1, 2017, a person charged with a petty disorderly persons offense, disorderly persons offense, or an indictable charge could expect to receive a complaint on a summons (which required no cash bail) or be processed on a warrant for which monetary bail was required. After January 1, 2017, in almost all cases, monetary bail is no longer required. For most minor cases, an individual will receive a complaint summons for which no bai...
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  • Robert N. Agre Recognized as SJ Magazine’s 2017 Top Attorneys

    Aug 10, 2017

    It is our pleasure to announce that partne...
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  • Robert N. Agre Honored as New Jersey Super Lawyer 2017

    Mar 16, 2017

    The team at the The esteemed Super Lawyers honor recognizes the most talented and successful attorneys in all fifty states and Washington, D.C. The New Jersey honorees represent the top five percent of all attorneys practicing in the state. The patented selection process is stringent, and uses independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Mr. Agre and his team, offer more than 60 years of combined experience. The team believes in meticulous preparation, attention t...
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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Megan’s Law

    Dec 9, 2016

    In New Jersey, convictions for certain sex offenses can result in an individual having to register as a sex offender pursuant to Megan’s Law. An individual required to register under Megan’s Law might also be sentenced to Community Supervision for Life or Parole Supervision for life, depending on the nature of the offense for which he or she was convicted. Despite how it may sound, however, a sentence to register under Megan’s Law or t...
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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Death by Auto

    Jul 26, 2016

    Drivers who are accused of causing fatal accidents by driving recklessly will in most circumstances be prosecuted for violating New Jersey’s vehicular homicide statute, N.J.S.A. 2C:11-5. The majority of drivers prosecuted for vehicular homicide are accused of impaired driving resulting from high blood alcohol concentrations or the ingestion of drugs. In other cases, sleep deprivation may give rise to the accusation of reckless driving. Since most cases involve an allegation of In ...
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  • South Jersey Criminals Lawyers: Domestic Violence in New Jersey

    Jul 14, 2016

    Domestic violence as defined by the New Jersey Criminal Code can incorporate a number of offenses from harassment, a petty disorderly persons offense, to murder, a crime of the first degree carrying a potential life sentence. South Jersey criminal lawyers report that victims of domestic violence include family members, spouses or former spouses, or individuals involved in dating relationships. Individuals falling outside that category, like neighbors who don’t like each other, cannot apply for relie...
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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Drug Court

    Apr 25, 2016

    In A defendant interested in participating in Drug Court would apply for the program shortly after the inception of his or her case in the Superior Court. The assistant prosecutor assigned to Drug Court would review the defendant’s criminal history and current offenses to determine whether the defendant is legally eligible to participate in the program; generally, defendants accused or previously convicted of a violent offense will be excluded from consideration. After the Stat...
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