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  • Penalties of Drug Possession with Intent to Sell in New Jersey

    Jun 8, 2022

    Drug possession charges on their own can be life-changing. When you factor in an intention to sell or distribute drugs, it can lead to even more severe consequences. If you’re dealing with potential criminal drug possession charges with intent to sell, it’s imperative that you reach out to a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. What Does Drug Possession with Intent to Sell Mean? Drug possession with intent to sell, or crimes under N.J.S.A...
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  • What Does An Employment Attorney Do?

    May 21, 2022

    Overview of Employment Law in New Jersey When it comes to employment law, there are often questions about the types of cases a specialist in that field actually handles. Here is a short guide to employment law and the types of cases an attorney might cover. Filing Claims And Discrimination Lawsuits There are both federal and state laws that grant certain groups protected status in employment law. Age, disability, gender, race, and religion are just...
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  • DUI Charges Over Spring Break: What You Need to Know

    Apr 1, 2022

    Your spring break plans may include beach days and late-night parties with friends. Perhaps it’s the break from work and school obligations that leads to many letting loose, but spring break is one of the busiest times for drunk driving charges. Some reports show that the number of DUI arrests increases by as much as 10% around spring break. It’s important to consider the laws of any location you’re visiting for spring break. Different states...
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  • Non-Competes and Telework

    Mar 25, 2022

    It is perhaps an understatement to say that we live in turbulent times. Since the pandemic, many of the fundamental assumptions about how we work have changed to accommodate the strong public need to work from home. There has also been a significant push for better employment conditions, which has led to increased employee bargaining power. These events have led to a substantial increase in how many people perform services from home and online alongside...
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  • Don’t Let A DUI Charge Ruin Your St. Patrick’s Day

    Mar 8, 2022

    St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and many people will head to the nearest pub to celebrate together. Whether your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations include green drinks or a celebration at a friend’s house, it is important to keep in mind your transportation plans for the day. You don’t want a DUI charge to ruin your celebrations, as well as the rest of your life. How to Measure Your Ability to Drive If...
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  • How To Avoid a DUI on Valentine’s Day

    Feb 3, 2022

    When you think of Valentine’s Day, the risk of drunk driving may not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, you may be surprised to learn that Valentine’s Day has its fair share of DUI incidents. While your Valentine’s Day celebrations may include alcohol, it’s important to take certain steps to protect your rights. Tips to Avoid a DUI this Upcoming Holiday Here are a few tips to avoid a DUI this upcoming...
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  • What Are My Rights if I’ve Been Fired for Being Pregnant? 

    Jan 13, 2022

    If you’re in New Jersey, it’s illegal to fire someone based on a protected category, such as being pregnant. It can be helpful to understand your options, and what you can do about them if you are, unfortunately, fired for a reason related to your pregnancy. What is Pregnancy Discrimination? Pregnancy discrimination refers to a type of discriminatory behavior when a person is pregnant, or following a pregnancy. All employers in New Jersey are required...
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  • 8 Tips to Avoid a DUI Charge During the Holiday Season

    Dec 14, 2021

    New Jersey notices an increase in DUI charges during the holidays. More people are traveling, and many are celebrating the holiday season with family and friends, often with alcoholic beverages. Preparation can help you avoid a DUI charge this holiday season. Here are a few tips to avoid a DUI charge this holiday season: Plan Ahead Planning is one of the most important, and effective, ways to avoid a DUI this holiday season. If you...
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  • Thanksgiving is a Terrible Time for a DUI

    Nov 4, 2021

    Many people’s Thanksgiving day celebrations include turkey and a few alcoholic drinks. The traditions of drinking on Thanksgiving actually begin the day before Thanksgiving, which is the biggest bar night of the year. Before you head out to celebrate, consider a few reasons why a DUI can ruin your plans. Thanksgiving Weekend DUI Statistics The week of the Thanksgiving holiday not only has an increase in the occurrence of DUIs, but also injuries related to...
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  • Surprising Facts About Halloween Crime Spikes

    Oct 11, 2021

    Halloween is one of the most common times of the year for crime. You might be surprised to learn some of the statistics related to this crime increase. Here are some of the most surprising facts about Halloween crime spikes: Of the number of car accident fatalities on Halloween night, 40% are due to drinking and driving, according to the NHTSA. Property crime is the most common crime committed on Halloween,...
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