Criminal Defense


New Jersey DUI Suspension Vacated After Motor Vehicle Hearing

Published: Oct 19, 2018 in Criminal Defense

Dealing with a driving under the influence conviction in any jurisdiction is a stressful and frightening experience, but it is important to remember that if you’re convicted in another jurisdiction, the repercussions can also have an impact in your home state. Therefore, you should still…

Jersey City Theft Lawyers

Is Theft a Felony or Misdemeanor in New Jersey?

Published: Nov 06, 2017 in Criminal Defense, Theft

If someone believes you have taken possession or control of something that does not belong to you, then you may end up facing theft charges in New Jersey. But what does that really mean? If you have never been charged with a crime before, you…

New Child Relocation Laws in New Jersey

New Child Relocation Laws in New Jersey

Published: Oct 23, 2017 in Criminal Defense

This summer saw important changes to New Jersey’s laws on child relocation. On August 8, 2017, the state supreme court overturned a 16-year judicial precedent that had equated the best interests of the child with the best interests of the custodial parent. As a result…

New Jersey Arrest Warrant Laws

How Do I Know If I Have an Old Warrant?

Published: Oct 16, 2017 in Criminal Defense

If you think you might have a warrant against you, you should act now to find out for sure. New Jersey arrest warrants do not expire. The longer you wait, the worse the consequences will be when the police eventually find you and bring you…

New Jersey Eighth in Nation for Internet Crime

Published: Aug 25, 2017 in Criminal Defense

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released its 2016 Internet Crime Report (IC3) in June 2017. The IC3 report is essential for state and local law enforcement agencies, individuals, and businesses to keep an eye on Internet crime trends, including who is being targeted and…