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FAQ’s about Disorderly Conduct in New Jersey

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Disorderly conduct is one of the most commonly charged crimes in New Jersey. This article answers several frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) about disorderly conduct. Our criminal defense lawyers explain some common reasons why disorderly ...

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Will New Jersey Find out about an Out of State DWI Conviction?

DUI from another state, impact on 2nd DWI in Edison

New Jersey imposes harsher and harsher DWI penalties the more DWI convictions you accumulate. Essentially, a second DUI offense is treated much more harshly than a first offense, and so on. But what if you were convicted of a DWI out of state ...

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Man Arrested in Edison for Stealing from Porches

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Edison Theft Lawyers “Porch pirate” is a common term for a person who steals packages from doorways or porches before the homeowner can pick them up. Incidents of alleged stealing of packages while people aren’t home are not ...

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Detaining You when Police Call the Drug Dogs

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If police suspect you of drug dealing or distribution, or an officer has reason to believe there are drugs in your car, they may request a canine unit or “drug-sniffing” dog to come to the scene.   These dogs are trained to alert their handlers ...

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Criminal Charges for Painkillers in Middlesex County, NJ

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The nationwide opioid epidemic has affected New Jersey more harshly than other states. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, New Jersey residents suffered 16 opioid overdose deaths per 100,000 individuals through 2016, compared to ...

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