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Am I Allowed to Refuse a Breathalyzer Test?

January 2, 2021

Nobody wants to get pulled over. But what happens when you are pulled over and the officer suspects you of drunk driving? The lights and sirens have your heart rate flying and your adrenaline pumping. You have had a couple drinks, but not sure if you will pass the test. You are thinking about  refusing the test. Should you do it?  Field… [read more]

Do Drunk Driving Accidents Increase on New Year’s Eve?

December 28, 2020

Thousands of motor vehicle accidents are caused by a drunk driver during the holidays; these accidents kill hundreds of people and injure thousands more. Because holidays are a time to celebrate, some people choose to take their celebrations too far and end up getting behind the wheel too intoxicated to drive. As a result, fatal motor vehicle accidents involving alcohol… [read more]

7 Tips for Surviving the Holidays During Divorce

December 23, 2020

The holiday season can be a difficult time for any person who is going through or who has just gone through a divorce. Although the holidays may not seem appealing to you if you are dealing with the fallout from your divorce, you can take the following steps to help you enjoy the holidays despite the difficulties that may be… [read more]

Most Common Accidents That Happen During the Holiday Season

December 20, 2020

Each year, thousands of people across the country end up with Christmas-related injuries, whether due to putting up decorations, preparing a holiday meal, or opening presents. Below are some of the most common injuries suffered during the holiday season along with tips to help yourself and your loved ones avoid an accident that can end up ruining your holidays and… [read more]

Is Stealing a Felony or Misdemeanor Crime?

December 5, 2020

If you’ve been arrested for a theft crime in New Jersey for the first time, you may have questions about whether you will be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony and what the potential consequences of a conviction might be.  Theft Crimes Can Be Charged as Either A Misdemeanor or Felony In New Jersey, the crime of theft can… [read more]

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