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  • 3 ways drunk driving charges could affect someone's licenses

    Nov 3, 2022

    Accusations of driving while under the influence of alcohol could lead to prosecution. Drivers who plead guilty or are convicted of impaired driving will face numerous consequences. Jail time, probation, community service and fines are all possible penalties after a criminal conviction. Additionally, there could consequences for the driving privileges of those recently convicted of a drunk driving offense. What are three ways a drunk driving charge could affect someone's license? They will lose thei...
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  • What’s the difference between a DWI and DWI per se?

    Oct 26, 2022

    The drinking and driving laws in New Jersey are known as DWI (driving while intoxicated). If you violate these laws, you can face serious penalties if convicted of the crime. When you are pulled over and charged with a DWI, DWI vs. DWI per se Charges DWI per pe charges apply if “the facts speak for themselves.” This means if you have a .08% or higher blood alcohol content (BAC) reading, you’re automatically considered to...
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  • Were you charged with embezzlement?

    Oct 25, 2022

    Embezzlement is a type of theft; however, unlike other situations, it doesn’t involve weapons or threats. Instead, when you face embezzlement charges, you are accused of using your position of trust or an established relationship to commit a crime. Unfortunately, in New Jersey, Factors that lead to embezzlement Most people don’t go to work one day and decide to take as much as possible. While this isn’t an excuse, there is usually an external motivatio...
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  • When your teenager gets a DUI

    Oct 19, 2022

    If your teenager has been caught drinking and driving, you may feel a range of emotions – from shock and disbelief to anger and frustration. Drunk driving is a serious offense, and teenagers in New Jersey face severe consequences if convicted.This blog post will provide information on the consequences of getting a DUI and offer advice on how to best support your child during this difficult time. What is New Jersey’s zero-tolerance law? In Ne...
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  • Can you be fired for getting arrested?

    Oct 12, 2022

    If you get arrested, you may be very concerned about the impact on your career and your professional aspirations. You worry about the damage that this could do to your reputation. In certain careers, this can make it very hard to advance. But it may be more than just a lack of advancement that concerns you. Perhaps you are worried that your company is simply going to fire you because of the arrest. Are the...
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  • Can you challenge DUI evidence?

    Oct 12, 2022

    If you’ve been charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, there’s no doubt that the prosecution has evidence against you – but that doesn’t mean that their evidence is irrefutable.It’s important to remember that these are Validity of the traffic stop A law enforcement officer must reasonably suspect you were involved in criminal activity to pull you over. This can include things like speeding, erratic driving or even mechanical issues wit...
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  • The true impact of an aggravated DUI conviction

    Oct 11, 2022

    If you have been arrested and charged with an aggravated DUI, it can be a scary and overwhelming situation. Many people facing DUI charges are worried about the possibility of jail time. While this is a potential consequence of a The financial impact of a conviction A standard first-time DUI conviction usually is treated relatively lightly compared to a conviction for an aggravated DUI. While there are numerous reasons that you could end up wit...
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  • Is your child involved with a gang?

    Oct 5, 2022

    As a parent, your top priority is the safety of your children. One of your kids is approaching adolescence which means they are trying to push the boundaries a little. This is relatively normal and something you have seen before. However, there is a difference between normal teenage unruliness and Flashing the cash You know that your child wanted a new pair of sneakers. They were an expensive brand, so you explained that yo...
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  • What does “implied consent” mean?

    Sep 26, 2022

    Suppose you’ve gone out to dinner and had a drink while out. It was one drink, and you didn’t think anything about it before you got in your car to drive home. While driving home, you can get pulled over for any reason. Maybe your taillight is out, for example. If you’re pulled over, and the law enforcement officer suspects you’ve been drinking, they can ask you to submit to a Breathalyzer. The question ma...
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  • The role of Juvenile Corrections in New Jersey

    Sep 23, 2022

    If your child was recently charged with a crime, you might be wondering what happens next. In the state of New Jersey, crimes committed by minors are handled by the Juvenile Justice Commission (JJC). While this may sound intimidating, bear in mind that we are still dealing with children.Yes, actions need consequences, which we tend to think of when dealing with adults. The justice system serves justice for wrongdoings. When we’re talking about kids, th...
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