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Can I Get in Trouble for Violating a Restraining Order?

If you are accused of violating a restraining order that has been taken out against you in New Jersey, you should be aware that the penalties can be particularly severe, often including jail or prison time. In New Jersey, simply violating the terms of a restraining order is itself considered a criminal offense that can lead to prosecution and a…

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Son of NJ Judge Esther Salas Killed; FBI Launches Investigation

The son of U.S. District Court Judge, Esther Salas, has died after he was shot at her New Brunswick home on Sunday, July 19th. Daniel Anderl and his father Mark Anderl were both shot after one of them opened the front door for a man who was dressed as a FedEx delivery driver. Mark Anderl, 63, is a well-known criminal…

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What is Resisting Arrest?

Legally speaking, resisting arrest is when a defendant intentionally prevents a police officer from making a lawful arrest. However, sometimes an individual’s actions may be mistaken for resisting arrest when that wasn’t necessarily the case. What options are available to you if you are charged with resisting arrest in New Jersey? Learn more below.  What Are the Penalties for Resisting…

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Do I Qualify for Pre-Trial Intervention?

After getting arrested, many first time offenders will understandably want to know what options are available to them. When your freedom is at stake, nothing is more important. As such, New Jersey offers what’s known as a pre-trial intervention program. Learn more about this program, including who is eligible below.  What is the Pre-Trial Intervention Program? The pre-trial intervention program,…

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Can I Go to Jail for Criminal Mischief in NJ?

Criminal mischief sounds like a minor juvenile crime, but it carries hefty consequences in New Jersey. Criminal mischief can include a wide number of actions, so it’s important to know the law before you attempt to pull off a prank on another person or business. Too many learn too late that their joke is actually considered a crime. What Constitutes…

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