An Expungement Can Help Your Job Search

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One of the main reasons to get an expungement of your arrest or conviction is to help with your job search. Many employers will request a copy of your criminal history and may turn you down for the job based … Continued

Expungement Granted for Aggravated Assault, Obstructing, Resisting Arrest, and Improper Behavior Arrest

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In April, I petitioned for an expungement on behalf of a client who had an arrest on her record from 2014. She was arrested for Aggravated Assault under NJSA 2C:12-1B(5)(A), Obstructing under NJSA 2C:29-1A, Resisting Arrest under NJSA 2C:29-2A(1), and … Continued

Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 MPH or More Over Limit

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I have helped many clients who have been charged with speeding by 30 mph or more over the limit under N.J.S.A. 39:4-98. When people call me because they have received this ticket, many are surprised to find out that not … Continued

Pre-Trial Intervention for Conspiracy & Tampering With Public Records Charges

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On November 9, 2017, I successfully negotiated the admission of my client into the Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program. My client was charged with Conspiracy under 2C:5-2A(1), which is a second degree crime and Tampering with Public Records under 2C:28-7A(1), which … Continued

Attorney Jason T. Komninos Elected Vice-Chair of the NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section

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Jason T. Komninos, Esq. is proud to announce that he was elected to the position of Vice-Chair of the Municipal Court Practice Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association on May 18, 2017. Mr. Komninos previously served in the … Continued

Jason T. Komninos Featured at Hot Topics in Municipal Court Law Seminar

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On April 24, 2017, Jason T. Komninos participated in a seminar titled “Hot Topics in Municipal Court Law” at the New Jersey Law Center. The seminar also featured Scott Gorman, Esq., Christopher L. Baxter, Esq., John Menzel, Esq., and Moshood … Continued

Common Types of Criminal Defendants Facing Deportation

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On April 8, 2017, NJ.com published an article with data regarding people facing deportation and the nature of their criminal records. NJ.com found that there were common acts associated with people facing deportation in New Jersey. The most common acts … Continued

Possession of Marijuana Case Dismissed

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On February 16, 2017, I appeared in the Vicinage 2 Municipal Court on behalf of my client who was charged with Possession of Marijuana under 2C:10-A(4) in Teaneck. I previously asked the judge to set a deadline pursuant to State … Continued

Thinking About Hiring a “Former Prosecutor?” Think again!

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Many people think they have to hire a “former prosecutor” to get a good result in their case. They couldn’t be more wrong. I have heard from several people that they were disappointed by the “former prosecutor” turned defense attorney … Continued