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Differences Between Robbery, Theft and Burglary

Robbery, Burglary and Theft, Oh My! It’s not uncommon for people to use the terms theft, robbery and burglary interchangeably. After all, they all constitute taking property that doesn’t belong to you, right? While the basis of that may be true, these terms have major legal distinctions and consequences should you be convicted of one. Read on further to learn…

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Who’s at Fault for an Accident in Scotch Plains NJ FAQ

Motor Vehicle Accident FAQ When you’ve been in an accident in New Jersey, it’s important to understand how fault is established so you know who to hold responsible for your injuries. Regardless of the type of accident you’ve been involved in, whether they be car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents and more, having an experienced personal injury attorney by your…

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Citizenship & Crime: Can I Be Deported If I Have A Problem With The Law?

Deportable Crimes If you are a non-citizen living in America, you may worry that trouble with law enforcement could result in a deportation. According to the Department of Homeland Security, a person convicted of a “deportable crime” can be expelled from the United States and barred from re-entering for a specified number of years. Here is a short guide to…

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Assault and Defenses In New Jersey Law

Assault Crimes in New Jersey Assault is a serious criminal charge, with potentially serious consequences. Here is a brief guide to the New Jersey laws on assault, and the possible defenses to these charges. Types of Assault In New Jersey, there are two categories that classify assaults. The first one is simple assault, and the more serious charge is known…

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Criminal Defense And Vehicular Homicide In New Jersey

One of the most tragic and serious offenses that a New Jersey resident could face under the state’s criminal code involves motor vehicles and accidents in which a death results. Either vehicular homicide, or vehicular manslaughter, New Jersey prosecutors will charge first degree charges, carrying penalties of between 10 years to life when a death occurs during a motor vehicle…

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