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What if I am Charged With a DWI This Thanksgiving?

DWIs are taken very seriously in New Jersey. After all, driving while intoxicated can endanger the driver, passengers, other drivers, and pedestrians. Incidentally, the most dangerous night to be out on the road is the night before Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Eve has become known as “Drinksgiving” or “Blackout Wednesday.” This is because college students and young […]

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How is Theft Upgraded to Robbery in New Jersey?

Many people confuse theft with robbery, but in reality, they are different crimes with different charges. In some cases, theft can be upgraded to robbery. So what is the difference? How does a crime go from being a theft to a robbery? What does one do if he or she is charged with either? Read […]

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Marijuana Legalized in New Jersey? What You Need to Know

This year, it has been difficult to agree with one other about almost anything. But, this November, 66.91 % of New Jersey residents voted to legalize marijuana. So, what exactly does this mean? How will things change? What can we expect in the coming months? Can I Buy Weed in New Jersey? Not yet. As […]

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New Jersey’s Early Prison Release

COVID-19 has drastically affected everyone, with some communities and institutions being hit harder than most. One of these institutions is the New Jersey prison system. In fact, according to The Marshall Project, New Jersey prisons have the highest death rate in the nation. In order to rectify this, new legislature has been passed, releasing some […]

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Halloween Safety Tips for Homeowners in the State of New Jersey

Halloween is one of the most fun, highly-anticipated holidays of the year, and as a homeowner, it is your duty to ensure that all trick-or-treaters who enter your property are safe. Please continue reading for some useful Halloween safety tips for homeowners and reach out to our New Jersey personal injury attorneys if you or […]

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Incidents of Parental Alienation in New Jersey | What You Should Know

As you know, divorce is an inherently emotional issue. However, if you are a divorcing parent, there is a good chance that you and your former spouse recognize the importance of setting your differences aside and working together to raise your child in a safe, stable environment. Unfortunately, in many cases, when spouses divorce, their […]

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What You Should Know About Slip and Fall Accidents in New Jersey

When we hear the word “accident,” we generally think of an automobile crash. However, accidents can happen anyplace, anywhere, and if you are someone who has recently sustained injuries in a slip and fall accident on another person’s property, there is a very good chance you are now seeking financial compensation. Please read on and […]

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Child Relocation After Divorce in NJ | What You Need to Know

After a divorce, it is often the case that one spouse wishes to move away with his or her child. However, the law surrounding doing so is quite complicated, which is why if you wish to move away with your child, you must continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys […]

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Hotel Accidents in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

As the coronavirus pandemic seemingly comes more under control, more and more people are beginning to take vacations. Naturally, hotels are a part of vacationing, and though most hotels are safe, there are times where they can become extremely dangerous, especially when hotel management or staff does not ensure their guests’ safety, serious accidents can […]

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What You Need to Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey

In the months or years after a divorce, things change. For this very reason, New Jersey courts often grant divorced spouses post-judgment modifications to better reflect their current situation in life. If you believe you require a post-judgment modification, please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys today to learn […]

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  What if I am Charged With a DWI This Thanksgiving?

DWIs are taken very seriously in New Jersey. After all, driving while intoxicated can endanger the driver, passengers, other drivers,…

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  How is Theft Upgraded to Robbery in New Jersey?

Many people confuse theft with robbery, but in reality, they are different crimes with different charges. In some cases, theft…

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