Drug Court in New Jersey | What to Know

There are different types of courts for different crimes. For example, someone dependent upon drugs or alcohol who commits a crime may be charged in drug court. Drug court allows offenders to join a program that will help them with sobriety and other aspects of their lives. Read on to learn more about drug courts […]

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Probation Violations in New Jersey | What to Know

When an individual commits a crime, there are different forms of punishment. In some cases, you can be offered probation. This means that you serve your sentence at home, rather than in jail. But, being on probation means you have to follow some strict guidelines. If you break your probation guidelines, you will face some […]

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Underage DWIs | What to Know

In the United States, young adults wait anxiously to turn 21 so they can legally drink. But, many of these young people will experiment with alcohol before they are of legal drinking age. Additionally, some will choose to drink and drive. Drinking and driving is a serious offense; it endangers the driver, passengers, other drivers […]

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Holiday DWIs in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

2020 has been a rough year for everyone. With the New Year around the corner, people will be glad to leave 2020 behind, and welcome 2021 with open arms, hoping for a better year. Many people will choose to celebrate the New Year with a few drinks. This means some drivers may choose to drive […]

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What if I am Pulled Over Driving Without a License?

Have you ever gotten into your car to drive to a friend’s house and halfway there you realize you forgot your wallet at home? Most likely, your driver’s license was in your wallet, and you are technically driving without a license. In New Jersey, there are a few types of unlicensed drivers. It is important […]

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Holding Your Cellphone at a Red Light May Soon be Illegal

Using a cell phone while you drive is extremely dangerous. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), driving a vehicle while texting is six times more dangerous than intoxicated driving. Additionally, distracted driving has been the leading cause of fatal crashes in New Jersey since 2011. As a result, New Jersey […]

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