New Jersey Legal Blog

BryanAugust 1 2019Sobriety Checkpoint(0)

During daytime hours, you may see police pulling drivers over to check their credentials. Generally speaking, the focus is on safe operation and maintenance of vehicles. However, later in the evening,

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BryanJuly 22 2019Smoking(0)

It may be news to you. However, you can get a citation for smoking outside in NJ. And, no, not just for weed or anything else considered a controlled dangerous substance (CDS). It goes without sayi

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BryanJune 26 2019drunk driving charges(0)

Not all DWI charges are created alike. While that statement sounds more than a little profound, you may be confused. What in the world are “perse” drunk driving charges? More importantly, can you

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BryanJune 18 2019Ticketing(0)

What happens in New York stays in New York, right? Unfortunately, motor vehicle violations don’t exactly follow that mantra. Instead, you should know what happens when you get ticketed out of state.

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BryanJune 6 2019Suspended License(0)

Admittedly, it’s not something you want to hear. You already know that you shouldn’t be driving with a suspended license. However, you had no idea it could land you in jail. The possibility could

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BryanMay 29 2019Criminal Record(0)

You never thought you would see the day. Some time ago, you made a mistake. Admittedly, you suffer daily from the tarnish it’s done to your reputation. If that’s the case, you may enjoy some good

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BryanApril 19 2019drunk driving charges(0)

Fifty things might seem like a whole lot to know about drunk driving in NJ. However, a quick summary of critical facts could help you before you even face charges. If you have been arrested, reviewing

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BryanMarch 29 2019Driving Campaign(0)

Some associate April with spring showers. However, if you’re a driver in New Jersey, the beginning of the new month means something else. It represents the start of a statewide campaign focused on d

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BryanMarch 26 2019Latest Traffic News(0)

You hate to admit it. You lost your temper, and you’re now in trouble. However, assault charges aren’t the kind of thing that disappears with an acknowledgment. For that matter, apologies don’t

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