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The Dangers of Incompetent Defense Attorneys

The Dangers of Incompetent Defense Attorneys

TaiChin Preyor faced capital punishment in Texas for a 2004 murder charge. On July 27th, the execution was carried-out, despite Preyor’s claims that his attorneys were incompetent. This raises the question of what legal incompetence looks like, and what warning signs...

Is it Illegal to Trespass on Dunes at the Jersey Shore?

Is it Illegal to Trespass on Dunes at the Jersey Shore?

New Jersey beaches see hundreds of thousands of visitors every summer. One of the most iconic elements of going to the beach at the Jersey Shore is climbing over the dunes, cresting the hill, and seeing the ocean sparkle ahead of you. Especially since Hurricane Sandy...

Does Probation Require a Drug Test in Atlantic City

Does Probation Require a Drug Test in Atlantic City

Probation is an alternative punishment that keeps you out of jail. As long as you follow all the terms of your probation, including checking in with your probation officer and staying free from other crime, you can stay out of jail. If you fail the terms of your...

The Difference Between Assault and Battery in Atlantic City

The Difference Between Assault and Battery in Atlantic City

The terms “assault” and “battery” have a particular historical meaning. This is usually complicated by common misunderstandings and differing terminology. In New Jersey, “assault” can refer to the crime of assault, which has multiple levels and various punishments. If...

Can You Be Charged with Public Intoxication in Atlantic City?

Can You Be Charged with Public Intoxication in Atlantic City?

Many trips to Atlantic City involve heavy gambling – and heavy drinking. Many of the casinos offer free drinks to gamblers, and many of the casinos are so closely accessible to areas with foot traffic (like the boardwalk). Even if you are still in the casino, you are...

Is a DWI a Felony in Atlantic City?

Is a DWI a Felony in Atlantic City?

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense in New Jersey. Many states split their crimes into “misdemeanors” and “felonies” by seriousness. In New Jersey, this is a little more complicated – and so is DWI. If you have...

Can a DWI be Expunged in Atlantic City?

Can a DWI be Expunged in Atlantic City?

In New Jersey, driving while intoxicated (DWI) is one of the most serious traffic offenses. Many states call this “driving under the influence” (DUI), and classify it as a crime. Expungement is the process of removing a crime from your criminal record. This is...

Are DWI Penalties Different on Highways in Atlantic City?

Are DWI Penalties Different on Highways in Atlantic City?

Are DWI Penalties Different on Highways in Atlantic City? If you frequently use the highways in the Atlantic City area, or you are an out-of-town visitor to Atlantic City, it is important to understand the laws and penalties associated with driving under the influence...

Stealing from Work can Lead to Serious Charges

Stealing from Work can Lead to Serious Charges

People are often driven to crime after tough circumstances put them behind on rent, child support, car payments, and other financial obligations. Many store and restaurant workers see their job as a perfect target for theft. These workers think that if a little money...

Why Would Charges Get Reduced in New Jersey?

Why Would Charges Get Reduced in New Jersey?

When you are charged with a crime, it can sound serious – but in many cases, you will not be convicted of that crime. Ultimately, there may be plenty of reasons prosecutors will reduce or drop charges. Being charged with a crime just means that the police think you...

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