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New Jersey Statutes 2C:35-5

September 6th, 2018

New Jersey Statutes 2C:35-5. Manufacturing, Distributing or Dispensing Drugs I have 36 years of experience both as a New Jersey Prosecutor and Criminal Defense Attorney. I know how to help you. You will feel relieved by hiring me.   *This page is intended for reference only for The New Jersey Criminal Codes of Justice. It […]

New Jersey Statutes 2C:39-3

September 4th, 2018

Prohibited Weapons & Devices New Jersey Statutes 2C:39-3   New Jersey has the toughest and scariest weapons laws in America. Many items are illegal that you thought were legal! Let me fight for you with my 36 years of experience both as a prosecutor and criminal defense lawyer. *This page is intended for reference only […]

New Jersey Statutes 2C:35-10

August 29th, 2018

Section 2C:35-10 – Possession, Use or Being Under The Influence, or Failure To Make Lawful Disposition   New Jersey is in a state of flux regarding the possession of drugs. You need an experienced former prosecutor and current criminal defense attorney to fight for you.   *This page is intended for reference only for The […]

New Jersey Expungement Law Update

August 23rd, 2018

New Jersey Expungement Law Update For those of you with a criminal record, there is great news to report.  New Jersey has liberalized its expungement laws to allow more people to obtain an expungement.  The expungement process allows you to “legally lie” and tell your future employers that you do not have a prior record.  […]

A Gas Price Increase Could Mean Lower Estate Taxes

August 1st, 2016

Taxes are a confusing matter for anyone. The existing federal and state tax laws are extremely complicated and it can be difficult to ensure compliance with all relevant laws in certain situations. This is especially true after someone dies as New Jersey has complex estate tax laws that can cost surviving family members a significant […]

What is a “Protective Sweep” Exception?

June 29th, 2016

The 4th Amendment protects you from unreasonable searches by law enforcement of your home, person, or vehicle. When you have a reasonable expectation of privacy, police officers do not have the right to simply come in and invade your privacy with a search whenever they want. Instead, they must first meet certain requirements, such as […]

Common Contract Risks

June 21st, 2016

One of the most important roles any attorney will play for his or her client is to help minimize risk. Because so much of both business and commercial transactions is rooted in contracts, attorneys are working tirelessly to ensure that they have helped minimize risk in contracts as much as possible. Problems that arise from […]

Online Scams and Other Cyber Crimes

June 16th, 2016

Almost all of us know of someone who has been the victim of some sort of fraudulent scheme. Some of us have even been the victim ourselves. As technology has advanced, online scams have become more prevalent. Today’s hackers have increased access to private and confidential information. Misappropriating this information is only a few clicks […]

Powdered Alcohol and DUI

June 7th, 2016

In today’s society, people have numerous options if they want to become intoxicated by alcohol, including liquor, beer, wine, and more. However, certain companies believed that the wide variety of alcoholic beverages was not enough and that people should have a more convenient and perhaps inconspicuous way to become intoxicated. Enter powdered alcohol, otherwise known […]

Do I Really Need a Property Survey Before Buying a Home?

June 1st, 2016

If you in the market to buy a home, you may be shocked at the ancillary costs associated with the purchase of a piece of real estate. Between the cost of a home inspection, title insurance, appraisal fees, origination fees, and more, you may be trying to save money at every opportunity that arises. If […]

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