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Unlawful Police Search and Seizure Kicked by the New Jersey Supreme Court

I represented a person who was stopped by police without a search warrant and without any reasonable suspicion. The police stopped my client while he was just standing on the sidewalk. They did not observe him engage in any illegal or criminal activity. When my client started to walk away, four police officers approached him «more»

By |November 13th, 2019|Categories: Criminal Defense, Firm News, Success Stories|Comments Off on Unlawful Police Search and Seizure Kicked by the New Jersey Supreme Court

Motions to Suppress in New Jersey

One of the greatest protections in our Constitution is the right for every person to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. This means that the police cannot search your home, your car, or your person, without a search warrant. In certain situations, police can conduct a search without a search warrant, but these searches «more»

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What are the Penalties in for Driving While Suspended for a DWI in New Jersey?

Every driver convicted of a DWI in New Jersey faces a mandatory driver’s license suspension, ranging from 3 months to 10 years. There is no temporary driver’s license for school or work during your DWI suspension. The judges will read the penalties for driving while suspended for DWI in open court, and then have the «more»

By |November 8th, 2019|Categories: DUI|Comments Off on What are the Penalties in for Driving While Suspended for a DWI in New Jersey?

What is a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) in New Jersey DWI cases?

Each year, over a million drivers are pulled over and arrested for suspicion of DWI in America. Most DWI arrests start off exactly the same: flashing police sirens and lights on the side of a road or highway. The officers will put the driver through a number of roadside field sobriety tests that include balancing «more»

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Halloween Safety for Trick-Or-Treaters in New Jersey

There is nothing to cackle about when it comes to children’s safety when trick-or-treating on Halloween in New Jersey. During the holidays, the risk that a child will be injured or killed by a car triples. During Halloween, young children between the ages of 4 and 8 are 10 times more likely to be injured «more»

By |October 30th, 2019|Categories: Firm News|Comments Off on Halloween Safety for Trick-Or-Treaters in New Jersey

New Study for Pedestrian Accidents Released

New Jersey Roads are Becoming Safer – Unless You’re a Pedestrian   Claims for Pedestrian Accidents in NJ A recently published report reveals that auto-related accident deaths declined last year. However, fatalities for pedestrians have increased 50% over the past 10 years, and the experts don’t know why. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released «more»

By |October 29th, 2019|Categories: Pedestrian Accidents|Comments Off on New Study for Pedestrian Accidents Released