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How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Lawyer
This articles lists the important factors to consider when choosing a personal injury lawyer.

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Surcharges
“New Jersey Motor Vehicle Surcharges” explains surcharges in New Jersey. The article lists the surcharges for different motor vehicle infractions. In addition, the penalties for unpaid surcharges are provided.

What Are the Consequences for Refusing to Take a Breathalyzer Test?
Click here for a description of the law, N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.2, associated with the administration of a breathalyzer test in New Jersey. The article details the penalties for refusing to submit to the test.

Speeding Tickets in New Jersey
This article examines the different speed limits in New Jersey under N.J.S.A. 39:4-99 and the penalties associated for exceeding them. Additionally, the article explains the points assessed by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission to a driver’s record for violating the speed limit. Lastly, specific strategies the law firm of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC. will implement to assist clients are highlighted.

Representing Celebrity Clients in New Jersey
Jon M. Bramnick’s proven track record, his dedication to clients, and experience with the public makes him a natural choice for celebrity clients. The article examines how these qualities have enabled Mr. Bramnick to assist celebrity clients in personal injury and criminal defense matters.

Traffic Offenses Involving Stop Signs and Yield Signs
Click here for a discussion of what it means to ignore a stop or yield sign under N.J.S.A. 39:4-115. Furthermore, the article provides the penalties for violating this statute.

Traffic Tickets for Violating No Turn On Red Signs
“Traffic Tickets for Violating No Turn on Red Signs” examines the law, under N.J.S.A. 39:4-115, for making an illegal right turn and the consequences for committing such an infraction.

What Are the Penalties for Marijuana Convictions Under New Jersey Law?
This article reviews the current penalties for conviction of a marijuana-related offenses and what it means to possess marijuana or drug paraphernalia in New Jersey.

The Law of Assault: What Are My Rights?
“The Law of Assault: What Are My Rights?” explores New Jersey criminal assault offenses under N.J.S.A. 2C:12-1. The article provides an explanation of the pertinent laws, penalties, and possible defenses to an assault charge.

What Should I Do If I Have Been Charged with Shoplifting?
“What Should I Do If I Have Been Charged with Shoplifting?” analyzes what it means to shoplift under N.J.S.A. 2C:20-11b, various shoplifting offenses and the penalties. The article also lists some of the measures our law firm will take on the client’s behalf.

Domestic Violence: Temporary and Permanent Restraining Orders
Click here for an explanation of domestic violence, domestic violence related offenses, and the restraining order process.

Underage Drinking and the Law in New Jersey
“Underage Drinking and the Law in New Jersey” looks at two common New Jersey underage drinking offenses: underage possession or consumption of alcohol under N.J.S.A. 2C:33-15 and underage drinking and driving under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50.14. The article lists the penalties for violating these offenses.

Expungement: How Can I Get my Criminal Record Expunged?
Click here to learn about the expungement process, what it means to have your record expunged, and the factors used to determine whether expungement is available to you.

New Jersey’s Pre-Trial Intervention Program (PTI)
This article provides an overview of the Pre-Trial Intervention program or PTI and discusses the purpose of PTI, who is eligible, and the benefits to enrolling in the program.

New Jerseys DWI Ten-Year Step Down Rule
Under the current New Jersey State Law, criminal defendants may receive a reduced sentence for Driving While Intoxicated convictions if ten years have passed since their most recent DWI offense and the defendant satisfies other requirements under the law. Click here for more information on New Jersey’s DWI Ten-Year “Step Down” Rule.

Union County Municipal Courts
The attorneys at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC regularly represent clients in the Union County Municipal Courts. Click here for more information on the Municipal Courts, their schedules, the Judges and the prosecutors.

Roller Skating Rink Accidents
If you are injured in a roller skating rink accident, you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries under New Jersey’s Roller Skating Rink Safety and Fair Liability Act. Click here for more details on who can sue, who can be compensated, and under what circumstances you can file a lawsuit against a roller skating rink owner or operator.

Ski Slope Accidents and New Jersey’s Ski Slope Statute
New Jersey’s Ski Slope Statute defines the responsibilities of ski area operators and skiers and determines which risks skiers voluntarily assume and “for which there can be no recovery.” See N.J.S.A. § 5:13-1. Not all risks encountered while skiing are inherent risks of the sport. Click here for further information.

Peril at Sea: Personal Injury Cases Arising from Accidents on Cruise Ships
Guests on cruise ships may suffer serious personal injuries while on a cruise, but their rights to compensation may be limited by the contractual terms of the guest’s ticket. Click here for an article explaining some of the common hurdles associated with personal injury claims arising from cruise ship accidents.

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