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Category Archives: Criminal Defense

Top 3 Reasons to Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer

You’ve been accused of a crime, but you hesitate for one reason or another to hire a criminal defense lawyer.  You may think that since you’re innocent and that will see you through the legal battle ahead.  You may worry that getting a lawyer shows that you’re guilty, whether you are or not.  There are… […]

Man Accused Of Texting While Driving, Causes Crash In New Brunswick

According to police officials, an accident that occurred between a car and semi in South Brunswick was caused by a 33-year-old man that texting while driving. The East Windsor man, who was driving a 2007 Jetta at the time of the accident, crossed over the double yellow painted lines on Ridge Road at Nicholas Court… […]

Self-Defense Laws in New Jersey

According to Section 2C-3-4(a) of the New Jersey statutes, “The use of force upon or toward another person is justifiable when the actor reasonably believes that such force is immediately necessary for the purpose of protecting himself against the unlawful force by such other person on the present occasion.” But what does this mean? What… […]

Amtrak Engineer Involved in 2015 Crash Won’t Face Criminal Charges

A May 12, 2015 crash of an Amtrak commuter train claimed eight lives and caused about 200 injuries when the engineer accelerated to 106 miles per hour on a 50 mile-per-hour curve. Nevertheless, the engineer will not face criminal charges, according to an article in the New Jersey Herald. Federal investigators determined that the engineer… […]

How is Disorderly Conduct Defined?

According to New Jersey law, disorderly conduct is regarded as a “breach of the peace,” and can occur in various situations and circumstances. You could face arrest and be charged with this crime by acting improperly or using language that is considered offensive. You will likely be arrested for disorderly conduct if you intentionally create… […]

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