THC vs. CBD Laws in New Jersey
What’s Legal and What’s Not when It Comes to CBD and THC Possession in NJ THC and CBD are in the spotlight right now, both nationally and in New Jersey. CBD-infused products, from gummies to oils to vape products, are advertised across the state. However, many people do not fully understand the legality surrounding CBD,... Read More»
What if my Rights were Violated when Arrested in NJ?
Getting arrested can make anyone feel powerless. Police stop you unexpectedly, demand identification, ask you questions, restrain your movement, and potentially even place you in cuffs and haul you down to the station. But it is important to remember that the United States Constitution recognize the intrusiveness of this police ... Read More»
NJ Theft Penalties
What is the Penalty for Theft in NJ? Theft can refer to any number of specific actions, as long as it fundamentally involves taking something that does not belong to you. The item taken must be something that you had no right or permission to take. Additionally, the State must prove that it was your... Read More»
Answering Police Questions in New Jersey: What to Know
Most people are unaware of their rights when responding to questions by police. Considering this, it is vitally important to understand the requirements for answering police questions in New Jersey. The following explores various scenarios in which you may be asked to answer questions by a law enforcement officer, including if you ... Read More»
Plea Negotiations in New Jersey Criminal Cases
Plea bargaining is an essential part of the criminal justice system in New Jersey. In essence, a plea bargain can be your first line of defense to secure a favorable outcome in the face of an unfavorable factual situation, a new criminal charge when you have a lengthy prior record, or it is unlikely that... Read More»
How Do Prior Shoplifting Convictions Affect my Case in NJ?
One might think that shoplifting is a minor offense with minimal consequences in New Jersey. Not only is this untrue, there are also mandatory sentencing requirements that become even more severe if you have one or more prior convictions for shoplifting. In fact, the court is required to enhance your sentencing penalties for ... Read More»