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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Do You Need a Lawyer to Fight Your Traffic Ticket?

    Jun 29, 2015

    When you are issued a traffic citation, there are two options: pay the fee or go to court to dispute the charges. Before you decide on either, make sure to weigh both choices. Paying the fine from the ticket appears to be the simple path; however, a ticket may have a longer lasting impact than one may realize. Receiving a ticket can cause your insurance rates to increase, and if you are a repeat offender...
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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyers: Marital Exceptions in Criminal Cases

    Jun 22, 2015

    Marriage is considered a sacred bond by many and when spouses are loyal to each other, their privacy is often respected. This holds true in many courts of law which make it quite difficult, if not impossible, to force spouses to testify against each other. Furthermore, in the state of New Jersey, any evidence of criminal behavior obtained through wire taping is not admissible in court if the defendant is sharing the news with hi...
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  • South Jersey DUI Lawyers Discuss New Jersey DUI Laws

    Jun 15, 2015

    In New Jersey, driving under the Influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) are serious motor vehicle violations. Drunk driving offenders face significant penalties. Under New Jersey law, suspected drunk driving offenders are prosecuted either by a field sobriety test performance and driving pattern, or if a driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is 0.08% or higher. Individuals have a right to refuse a breathalyzer test or blood test following a DWI convictions in Ne...
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  • South Jersey Criminal Lawyer Obtains Favorable Verdict in Alleged New Jersey Fatal Hit and Run

    Jun 8, 2015

    Pennsauken delivery truck driver, Ruben Rodriguez, was found not guilty after he was accused of fatally hitting 22-year-old Justin Bellini on March 9, 2013 with his Cream-O-Land Dairy delivery truck. The jury reached their verdict after only two hours of deliberations. Rodriguez’ first trial ended in a mistrial after the jury remained deadlocked after nine hours of deliberations. According to defense attorney, Robert Agre, not only did the state fail to prove key element...
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  • South Jersey Legal Ethics Lawyers – Playboy Enterprises Legal Malpractice Suit

    Jun 1, 2015

    Playboy Enterprises has been hit with a six million dollar jury verdict in Catherine Zulfer, formerly Playboy’s Controller, testified that her employment was terminated because she refused to accumulate one million dollars in discretionary bonuses for executives before they had been approved by Playboy’s Board. The jury ruled in Zulfer’s favor, saying that Zulfer’s termination for her protected reports under SOX was an unlawful retaliation. In addition, by terminating Zulfer’s employment, Playboy violated publi...
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  • South Jersey Traffic Violation Lawyers: Ordering Passengers From a Vehicle After a Traffic Stop

    May 26, 2015

    In the state of New Jersey, an appeals court is divided over the factors that give police the right to order passengers out of a vehicle after a traffic stop. In the State Supreme Courts and federal Supreme Courts differ in opinion on the issue of whether a passenger can be ordered by police to exit a vehicle when that vehicle is pulled over for a traffic violation. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled tha...
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