What to Know About Fireworks Regulations in New Jersey this Fourth of July

Before 2017, any firework use was illegal in New Jersey, even sparklers. Now that New Jersey has relaxed their consumer fireworks laws, it is important to refresh our memories ahead of the Fourth of July to ensure we are following all the new regulations that keep the residents of New Jersey safe. Continue reading to […]

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Defending Against Fraud Charges in New Jersey

Fraud is defined as wrongful deception intended to result in personal or financial gain. New Jersey recognizes any practice that results in obtaining something of value through the use of false pretenses as fraud. Fraud is considered a white-collar crime, but this does not mean that it does not come with severe consequences. If you […]

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Understanding Civil Forfeiture in New Jersey

Civil forfeiture can be a life-changing consequence of being charged criminally in New Jersey. An example of civil forfeiture is if a property was used for gambling, prostitution, or other crimes, and the owner of the home was arrested for the crime, the home can then be seized by law enforcement officials as a part […]

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Charged With a DWI This Memorial Day? Here’s What You Should Know

Memorial Day Weekend marks a heightened risk for drivers operating their vehicles while intoxicated. This is the case for a few reasons: it is one of the first holidays where it is warm enough to get together in the backyard. Parties and barbeques will often include alcohol. It might not be apparent to those getting […]

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What To Know About Sobriety Checkpoints in NJ this Memorial Day

Memorial Day is just around the corner. With the long weekend approaching, it is important to understand your rights if you are pullover over at a sobriety checkpoint. Continue reading to discover what to expect while driving through a checkpoint. What should I expect driving through a sobriety checkpoint? There must be a purpose for […]

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