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Should I Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer?

Hire a criminal defense lawyer Hudson County NJ 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»

Charges at New Jersey Sporting Events

Need a Lawyer for an Arrest at a Sports Game New Jersey If you are arrested at a sporting event in New Jersey—whether it be a Rutgers football game at Rutgers University at Stadium in Piscataway, a Giants football game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, a Devils hockey game at the Prudential Center in Newark, a Jackals baseball game in Montclair, or any other local... Read More»

Pre Indictment Conference in Hudson County NJ

Hudson County Pre-Indictment Conference Lawyer If you have recently been charged with an indictable offense (a first, second, third, or fourth degree crime) in New Jersey, you will soon have a pre-indictment conference, where your lawyer and the prosecutor will have an opportunity to meet and discuss your case. It is important to note that a pre-indictment conference in Hudson... Read More»

What You Need to Know About Indictable Crimes in NJ

Hudson County Indictable Crime Charges Crimes in New Jersey are categorized as indictable offenses or disorderly persons offenses. These two categories of crimes differ significantly in terms of the legal process and the severity of the potential consequences if convicted. If you are accused of a crime in NJ, it is imperative to understand the type of charges you are... Read More»

Your Right to Remain Silent in an NJ Criminal Case

Right to Remain Silent NJ Criminal Case Jersey City Criminal Defense Lawyers Explain Miranda Rights in New Jersey Criminal Cases  During a criminal investigation, you have a constitutional right to remain silent. More specifically, under the 5th Amendment, you have a right against self-incrimination. This means your “right to remain silent” does not apply to ... Read More»

What it Means to be Charged with a Disorderly Persons Offense in New Jersey

Disorderly Persons Offenses are Serious Criminal Charges in NJ In New Jersey, criminal offenses are categorized into indictable crimes, municipal disorderly persons offenses, and petty disorderly persons offenses. It is important to keep in mind that a disorderly persons offense is not a crime itself, but rather a category of underlying crimes. For instance, it is very common to confuse a ... Read More»