Should I Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer?
If you are arrested or charged with a crime in New Jersey, you will likely have already missed days of work due to time spent in jail or with the police, you may be facing hefty fines and court fees, you may have lost your license, and you may be facing innumerable other related financial... Read More»
Allowing an Unlicensed Driver to Drive Your Car in New Jersey
They say that no good deed goes unpunished. This can certainly be true in New Jersey if you do a favor for a friend and loan her or him your car, only to later find out that your friend was driving without a valid license. You can be convicted of a traffic offense carrying stiff... Read More»
Internet Sex Crimes in New Jersey
New Jersey law enforcement agencies aggressively investigate and prosecute sex crimes committed over the internet. The penalties for these crimes can be incredibly severe. This article delves into several internet sex crimes commonly charged in the New Jersey and the potential consequences you might face if you convicted. If you have ... Read More»
Ways to Defend a DWI Case in New Jersey
The last thing you want after drinking or using drugs, recreational or prescribed, is to wind up getting arrested for a DWI. Penalties for a DWI in New Jersey can be severe, including the loss of your driving privileges, spending time in jail, and paying thousands of dollars of fines. Thankfully, an experienced New Jersey... Read More»
Am I Eligible for a Diversionary Program?
New Jersey offers a number of programs designed to help certain qualifying criminal defendants avoid a costly and potentially life-altering criminal conviction. These programs are broadly referred to as diversionary programs. If you have been charged with a crime in New Jersey, you should know about all of your legal options, ... Read More»
Requirements for a Valid DWI Checkpoint in NJ
New Jersey drivers frequently encounter roadside sobriety checkpoints. These checkpoints are designed to investigate whether drivers have valid licenses and whether they are driving under the influence of alcohol or driving on drugs. DWI checkpoints are fairly unique, along with border patrol checkpoints, because they permit the ... Read More»