Charges for Violating Ban on Public Gatherings

Individuals who violate the ban on public gatherings can face various charges during the COVID-19 shutdown. Across New Jersey, police have been cracking down on public gatherings at homes and businesses. Examples of offenses that police have been charging people … Read More

US Supreme Court Upholds Traffic Stop for Revoked License

On April 6, 2020, the United States Supreme Court decided Kansas v. Glover. In this case, the defendant was pulled over after the officer ran a license plate check on the vehicle, which revealed that the vehicle owner’s license was … Read More

New DWI Penalties Effective December 1, 2019

On December 1, 2019, new penalties for drunk driving go into effect in New Jersey. This new law changes many of the license suspension and the ignition interlock device penalties. Most importantly, a first-time offender faces a different length of … Read More

Refusal to Consent to a Breath Test NJSA 39:4-50.2 & NJSA 39:4-50.2

In New Jersey, the penalties for Refusal to Consent to a Breath Test are serious. In addition to any DWI penalties you may be facing, you could also face a 7 month loss of license plus the mandatory requirement of … Read More

Expungements and Marijuana Business Law

New Jersey may be legalizing recreational marijuana in the near future and many people are inquiring about how to get into the business once it is legalized. If you are thinking about entering the industry and you have a criminal … Read More

License Suspension for an Unpaid Ticket

Many drivers are shocked when they are pulled over only to find out that their license was suspended, often due to an unpaid ticket. If a driver receives a ticket for Driving While Suspended, it could mean serious consequences such … Read More

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