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

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 … Read More

Common Types of Criminal Defendants Facing Deportation

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 … Read More

US Supreme Court: Evidence Found After Illegal Stop is Admissible

On June 20, 2016, the United States Supreme Court decided Utah v. Strieff. In this case, Officer Fackrell was conducting surveillance on a home looking for drug activity. He observed the defendant Edward Strieff leave the home and stopped him … Read More

Jason T. Komninos, Esq. Featured at Fairleigh Dickinson Seminar on Drugs and Ethics

On June 14, 2016, I participated in a seminar titled “Drugs and Ethics in Municipal Court.” This seminar was a part of a series of continuing legal education seminars at Fairleigh Dickinson University. The seminar featured a distinguished panel of … Read More

Driving While Suspended: Do You Need a Lawyer?

I have been approached by people who were ticketed for driving while suspended (39:3-40) and went to court without a lawyer. They were caught unaware when the judge suspended their license for another period of suspension or were even sentenced … Read More

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