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Ever Feel Like a New Jersey Municipal Court Judge Has It Out For You

Municipal Court in New Jersey is a little bit like Alice’s Wonderland- everyone is a little mad. The jurisdiction is limited to traffic offences and… Read More

Don’t Talk to The Police…Ever

Only guilty people ask to have a lawyer present when being questioned by police is a common misperception held by many people. This could not… Read More

Representing Family Members

April 20, 2016 – Every practicing attorney has been presented with the “opportunity” to represent a friend or family member in a legal matter. Whether it… Read More

Narcan Price Increases in U.S.

NJ attorney general’s office to look into soaring cost of Narcan, 4/18/16. Gov. Christie said Narcan is an important bridge from addiction to detox. “Narcan has… Read More

N.J. Trooper Indicted for Assaulting man at NY Giants game in 2014

Reports from local sources on April 15, 2016 say New Jersey state trooper Steven Hodge was indicted for aggravated assault (3rd degree maximum prison 5-10 years)… Read More

NJ Sup. Ct. Rules that it will Allow Admission by Motion

The New Jersey Supreme Court announced the state will start allowing lawyers from other states to practice here without taking the NJ Bar Exam and… Read More

New Guidelines For Firearms In New Jersey

The New Jersey Attorney General and the Governor announced new guidelines for firearms in New Jersey on 4/8/16. The permit to carry a handgun, which… Read More

No Mandatory Jail Sentence Required For Leaving The Scene Of An Accident Involving Personal Injury

STATE OF NEW JERSEY, Respondent, v. LOUISE FRANK, Appellant. DOCKET NO. A-0832-13T1. Argued March 3, 2015 – Decided March 29, 2016. Judges Messano, Ostrer and Sumners.… Read More

Carrying A Firearm In New Jersey

It is unlawful to knowingly possess and carry a: Handgun, including any antique handgun, without first obtaining a Permit to Carry. A Permit to Carry… Read More

Who May Obtain Firearms In New Jersey

“No person of good character and good repute in the community in which he lives, and who is not the subject of any disabilities as… Read More

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