Category: General Blog

Lakewood Man Indicted In Brick Woman’s Overdose Death: Report

The man is accused of selling the heroin-Fentanyl mixture that led to the woman’s death in 2014, according to the report. Shared from the Brick,… Read More

FDA To Oversee Vaping Industry

The U.S. F.D.A. released new rules that are seemingly as harsh as those that deal with tobacco and will affect the multibillion e-cigarette industry according… Read More

Governor Christie Appoints Judges

On 5/3/16 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie nominated lawyer Jean Chetney to the Salem County Superior Court bench Chetney practices wills, real estate matters, municipal… Read More

Property Settlement Agreements & Co-Habitation in NJ

On 5/3/16 the NJ Supreme Court (Appellate Division Judge Mary Cuff, wrote for the majority ) ruled 4-2 that if a Property Settlement Agreement states… Read More

Should Prisoners Be Set Free

Over 5,000 “non-violent” federal inmates may be getting released starting at the end of May 2016 according to the US Dept. Of Justice. Presidential democratic… Read More

Private Citizen Complaints

Private Citizen Complaints can be filed by anyone against anyone else in New Jersey even if the police will not investigate or charge the suspect,… Read More

State v. Luzhak

On April 28, 2016 The NJ Appellate Court opinion of State v. Luzhak was handed down. The so-called “indictable/felony driving while revoked” statute, NJSA 2C:40-26… Read More

Lawyer Wanted at the Law Offices of Edward Weinstein

Lawyer Wanted! The Law Offices of Edward Weinstein is looking for an associate with family law experience, if that’s you get in contact with his… Read More

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