The New Jersey Supreme Court disbarred former Municipal Court Judge Richard Thompson, criminally convicted of ticket-fixing (roughly 4,000 tickets or $600,000 to Bradley Beach, Colts… Read More

DWI Plea Bargaining allowed now

Pursuant to N.J. Const. Art. Vl., sec. 2 par. 3, it is ORDERED that, effectiveimmediately and until further order, the “Guidelines for Operation of Plea… Read More

NJ Atty General puts Muni Prosecutors on short leash.

In an apparent lack of confidence in the local/municipal prosecutors, the NJ Attorney General has pulled on the reins. To wit, in 2020 every municipal… Read More

New DWI Sentencing in NJ

Friday, August 23rd, 2019 Gov. Murphy signed into law changes to the sentencing of first-time DWI offenders.  Previously, if convicted of DWI or refusal you… Read More

8am Probation visits for Conditional Discharge Participants

2C:36A-1 codifies Conditional discharge for certain first offenses; basically whenever any person who has not previously been convicted of any offense to marijuana etc and is… Read More

No weekends for 2C:40-26

N.J.S.A. 2C:40-26 makes operating a motor vehicle during your DWI or refusal license suspension a felony.  It’s a 4th degree if a) you get caught driving suspended… Read More

You may only have one chance…

This just happened to a client and the moral of the story is to be wary of going to any court hearing without a lawyer… Read More

In re Helmer

Private attorney for corporate victim got his old friends at the Cumberland County Prosecutor to indict the company owners who screwed his client of over… Read More

Alcotest Results No Good in NJ DWI’s

Trooper Marc Dennis cases Invalidate 20,000 DWI Cases- 11/13/18 NJ Supreme Court said his failure to properly calibrate the Alcotest 2110 = 20,667 cases must… Read More

Judge Palmer Censured

11/7/18 – NJ Supreme Court censured County Superior Court Judge James Palmer Jr. for complaining to court staff about his child support obligations, because such… Read More

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