Charged With a DUI Thanksgiving Weekend? Here’s What You Need to Know.

As you know, Thanksgiving Weekend is among the most popular weekends for drinking with friends and family. That being said, if you are someone who made the mistake of getting behind the wheel after having one or more drinks and you were issued a DUI this Thanksgiving Weekend, you must continue reading and speak with […]

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All In-Person Criminal & Civil Proceedings Suspended in NJ Due to Spike in COVID-19

This Monday, November 16, it was announced that the New Jersey Supreme Court would suspend all in-person civil and criminal jury trials, as well as all in-person grand jury proceedings due to the current spike in COVID-19 cases. This news does not come as a shock, however, it does mark a significant point in time, […]

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New Jersey Votes to Legalize Recreational Use of Marijuana

As you know, in the state of New Jersey, citizens were asked whether marijuana should be legalized for recreational use on the ballot this year. Election results were telling: over 65% of those who voted were in support of marijuana legalization, and now, with the vote passing, the sale, cultivation, and recreational use of marijuana […]

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New Jersey Prisons Release Thousands of Inmates Early

Yesterday, it was reported that the New Jersey prisons released thousands of inmates who had eight months or less remaining in their sentences. Over 2,500 adults and 50 juveniles have been released, according to the report, due to the new law, S2519, which states that certain qualifying prisoners may be released early due to the […]

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Can I Become an Uber Driver if I Have a DUI on My Record?

Uber is one of the fastest-growing businesses in recent memory. The ridesharing service is a great way for individuals to be their own boss and either make money on the side or even become Uber drivers full-time. That being said, Uber has high standards regarding who can become Uber drivers, which is why if you […]

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